OK Go - "Primary Colors" | A Stop-Motion Music Video for Sesame Street
Stop-motion music video with the indie rock band, OK Go. Produced for Sesame Street by Marty Abrahams. Directed by Al Jarnow. This version features the color corrections originally intended by director of photography, Jeff Turick. The version which unfortunately premiered on the Rolling Stone website and subsequently aired on Sesame Street had never been treated and was muddy and dark. Jeff Turick and his company 422 Films provide production services and camera crews for small- to mid-sized digital and video productions in the greater New York City area, New Jersey and beyond. You can view more of Jeff's work at http://www.NewYorkDirectorofPhotography.com.
Ok Go - Needing/Getting (This American Life - The Invisible Made Visible)
This is a short clip from the 2012 This American Life staged special "The Invisible Made Visible". I absolutely love this show; it is helping to change perspective and lives. Please support this show and purchase this and their recent 2014 stage show entitled "This American Life - Live at BAM" http://www.thisamericanlife.org/ I do not own any rights to this clip, I simply want to share a bit of beauty.
OK Go - This Too Shall Pass - Marching Band version [subtitled]
Marching Band video of OK Go's This Too Shall Pass with lyrics in the subtitles
Chevy Silverado 2012 Super Bowl XLVI.mp4
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