We’re wrapping up our work on the Deadmau5 show so we thought it would be a good time to give everyone a taste of the live experience. Enjoy!
the People of POSSIBLE:
Charis’ top notch work on POSSIBLE’s VFX and action-heavy Skecher’s piece earned her kudos from the entire POSSIBLE team. Charis brings her years of marketing and community experience to the table of every POSSIBLE job.
Ismael is a fast-rising star at POSSIBLE. He cut his teeth on the production side with Jay-Z and the MTV Awards. He’s waded out into the artistic waters by recently designing and animating for Travis Barker.
Lily has coordinated and managed projects for Skechers, Travis Barker, and Deadmau5. She’s the backbone of POSSIBLE.
Bao believes the pen is mightier than the sword. He’s proved this again and again by designing and animating top quality work for Cadillac, Gatorade, Hyundai, and Skechers
In the play section, we feature a video of the first 10 minutes of a show we did for fun last October. Since there isn’t any comprehensive document of the show beyond that 10 minute mark, I thought it’d be a good idea to upload a render of the projection mapped show. Enjoy!
Roy Chung and Ryan Chung directed this nontraditional corporate video for Skechers. The theme they wanted to unveil was “Reach Higher” so the Brothers Chung submitted a treatment that told the story of a rugged mountain climber who overcomes chasms and slippery slopes to get to his goal at the summit. Stunt coordinator Tom McComas was tapped for the role of the mountain climber.
The Jay-Z show has many moving pieces. Here”s a glimpse of us working behind the scenes.
Here’s a little snippet of the Deadmau5 intro from rehearsal. The final version features Chailey and Meowingtons, but this version is pretty good too.
Pretty much the best way to start a concert… ever?