CNBC: International Students

CNBC is “first in business worldwide” so when they heard that business schools are struggling to recruit international students, they were all over the story.

CNBC International Students

Journalists went to Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business to talk with current students and professors about the situation. Students say they’re worried they won’t be able to get a visa or land a job when they graduate.

CNBC International Students

Professors have noticed the decrease in applicants and lack of diversity in their classrooms. CNBC chalks it up to the political climate. Upside? More U.S. students are applying and going to business school. Thanks for letting us help tell the story by trusting our Director of Photography and Audio Operator.

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Citizen Pictures: The Baked Bear

Lions and tigers and... baked bears! Citizen Pictures wanted to highlight awesome ice cream creations across the nation for Food Network's ice cream week, so they had a crew go to The Baked Bear in San Diego. 

Citizen Pictures: The Baked Bear

The Baked Bear was founded by childhood friends who wanted to "treat" their hometown to great desserts. It has now exploded into 17 franchises. They assemble gigantic ice cream sandwiches with original recipe cookies and ice cream flavors that customers can mix and match, post to Instagram, and then devour. The employees were very helpful and upbeat during this shoot and the customers were happy to taste test for the many shots we needed. 

Citizen Pictures: The Baked Bear

E! News: New York Fashion Week

#FashionIsArt and, as artists and creatives ourselves, we were thrilled to be called upon for the shoot of a lifetime - New York Fashion Week coverage with E! News

E! News Fashion Week
E! News Fashion Week

#StreetStyle was the name of the game for this shoot. Our field producer hit the streets of NYC to capture "man on the street" footage and B-roll of bloggers, editors, influencers and more. What were people wearing? Vintage and red - the color of the season. What were people talking about? Diversity in race, age, size and sexual orientation. What were the highlights for our producer? Seeing people dressed as walking art exhibits for fashion. 

E! News Fashion Week
E! News Fashion Week

#NYFW had us working hard to capture the best fashion of the fall season for E! News. It was easy to do with the amazing energy of the city and its fashionistas. We are now ready to up our own wardrobe game with the latest trends and statement pieces. 

E! News Fashion Week
E! News Fashion Week

Making it all up for NASCAR and Fox Sports

What’s faster than race cars during a NASCAR race? Makeup artists doing NASCAR commentators’ makeup before they have to be on-screen!

NASCAR Fox Sports MUA

We crewed a great makeup artist for a fast-paced shoot with Fox Sports for the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Kyle Larson won the Monster Energy race, but our makeup artist won the shoot. What’d she have to say about it? “I literally had a stool to work off of, but I’m all about improvising and making any situation work. I have a whole new appreciation for NASCAR. It was exhilarating being down on the track!”

Sports Illustrated: Golf.com with Russell Knox

It was a fantastic day to be on the TPC River Highlands golf course for a shoot with Sports Illustrated for a segment on Golf.com. We had the pleasure of interviewing professional golfer Russell Knox on the exact hole where he put to win the 2016 Travelers Championship. He recreated the last putt and talked about what races through your head at that moment.

Sports Illustrated on the green

The day started out with overcast weather, but just as we finished the interview, the sky broke and the sun burst forth. Perfect timing! After the interview we took a ride in the golf cart to get beautiful scenics of the course. It was a great day to film with even better talent. Thanks for letting us be a part of your project SI!

Russell Knox with Sports Illustrated

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Channel 9 Australia: Alice Cooper

"The Footy Show" is an Australian Logie Award winning sports variety TV show covering the professional rugby league in Australia. Co-hosted by former rugby star Beau Ryan, a popular segment “Beau Knows” covers a wide range of topics and interviews with celebs. Go To Team's Dallas crew, Nate Galluppi and Nate Silverman, had the pleasure of shooting a segment of “Beau Knows” as he worked with Alice Cooper.

Alice Cooper

We interviewed Cooper at his hotel that day. The game was played after and then the performance. The interview was hilarious and afterward, they played a trivia game where a wheel decided your punishment if you got the question wrong. Cooper had to eat a spoonful of vegemite as Beau ate deviled ham and drank a bottle of mystery drink “poison” in honor of Cooper’s hit song. The rest of the segment took us on a tour of Dallas, stopping outside of the Cowboy’s home at AT&T Stadium as Beau dressed up as the star player for the North Queensland Cowboys for a "man on the street" segment. We did another "man on the street" style segment all across Dallas from Grassy Knoll, Deep Ellum and Klyde Warren Park where this time he was dressed as a different kind of cowboy. This all made for one hilarious shoot!  

Alice Cooper

With a tight room to work with, we lit the interview with Lite Panels as the key and a Kino 400 as fill. Shooting with a hotel window behind our talent, we used black wrap and curtains to flag the windows and a lamp as a practical behind Cooper to add another layer to get us out of that hotel room. This was shot on the Canon C300 with L-Series lenses and a Canon 5D as the wide two-shot.