“Everything that has transpired has done so according to my design.”
I was born into a family that owned an arcade, so some of my first memories were playing Ms. Pac Man and Track and Field. I was 7 when the Nintendo Entertainment System was released. So I’ve been an active gamer for longer than Millennials have existed. Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed is a project I was fortunate to have been a part of, one we’ve been working on for the past two years. I’m so glad everyone finally gets to see it.
This is a short film about the power of love and power itself, set in a galaxy far, far away. It is arguably one of the best stories in the entire Star Wars universe, and it only takes seven minutes to tell.
This is a “mashterpiece” of the cinematic trailer for the Knights of the Eternal Throne expansion to Star Wars: The Old Republic and the song “Illusions” by Thomas J. Bergersen. After a bit of tweaking, I realized that the two pieces just belonged together. It is currently my most popular video on YouTube with almost 1.5 million views as of this writing.
Capcom hired Mediajuice to edit and remix three great trailers for Umbrella Corps into a single epic trailer. This was the result. It was going to be shown in toy stores, so it had to be rated E. Making a trailer for a first-person zombie-slaying competitive shooter isn’t easy when you have to keep it kid-friendly. Still, I think it turned out great.
This was created frame-by-frame and pixel-by-pixel. I made in Photoshop several years ago when I was learning to use the software. After drawing the basics by hand, I duplicated each section, edited parts so it wasn’t so repetitive, and then adjusted the hue one click at a time. This was back when an animated background on a website was considered cutting edge as opposed to nauseating.
produced by Mediajuice Studios for Mouser Electronics
directed by Jeremy Snead
edited by Kevin Clancy
photography by Eric P. Metze, Kevin Clancy, and Michael Kang
Produced for Mouser Electronics by Mediajuice Studios
Directed by Jeremy Snead
Edited by Kevin Clancy
Filmed by Eric P. Metze, Kevin Clancy, and Jeremy Snead
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