Virgin America wanted to create some buzz around their inaugural flight from Los Angeles to Philadelphia. We decided to create a video experience centered around The Joy of Flying. The Joy of Flying features interviews with Amber Rose, Seth Green, Glenn Howerton. Shot and Edited by Dan King, Music by Ritz Reynolds
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I decided to revisit the original “Crush on Obama” tune from 2007 and update it for the 2012 presidential election. The twist: I actually starred in it. Sorry, no bikini this time around. Press: ABC, Mashable, Politico, Yahoo News, Adrants, Greg Mitchell’s blog, Daily Mail.
Launched in November of 2008, Phrequency.com is a Philly-based interactive publication with a focus on music, art and fashion. We’ve communicated hundreds of stories, executed more than 20 events, and formed lasting partnerships with Live Nation, vitaminwater, DrinkPhilly, Technically Philly, HAHA magazine, Uristocrat, and more.
My friends at vitaminwater asked me to curate the pingpong table and basketball backboard in their artists lounge area at The 2011 Roots Picnic. I had no choice but to reach out to uber-talented collective nom now to design something magnificent.
Remix video of the original “Firewall” song. The “Firewall” remix video features my friends on the Internet who are against SOPA/PIPA, lip-syncing along to the song. Created in conjunction with Demand Progress. Remix by Ritz Reynolds. Edited by Dan King at Stupid Easy.
I wrote “Firewall” to express my passionate, undying love for the Internet. Senate and Congress were debating bills (Protect IP Act + Stop Online Piracy Act) that would allow federal law enforcement to seek court orders compelling ISPs and search engines to filter domain names and block websites merely accused of copyright infringement. This would force [...]
vitaminwater wanted to create video content around the brand that focused on up and coming performance artists. I produced three sponsored artist interview segments for vitaminwater backstage during the 2011 Roots Picnic. The short segments featured Mac Miller, T Mills, and Nico’s Gun. Shot and Edited by Geno McDermott.
I guest curated an art exhibit at Art in the Age entitled Time, Space, and The Final Frontier. In this postmodern, hyper-realistic information age we are constantly questioning the nature of identity and existence. Inspired by classic science-fiction literature, Time, Space & The Final Frontier seeks to define and interpret the metaphysical character of existence through [...]
This song is a salute to U.S. Troops who serve overseas and at home, and the people who love them. Made in conjunction with the IAVA.org and BarelyPolitical.com. All proceeds benefited Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America (www.IAVA.org) Songwriting and vocals: Leah Kauffman. Music produced by: Rick Friedrich Created by: Ben Relles. Directed by: Kevin Arbouet and Larry [...]
Singer & Songwriter An amusing, risqué music video, featuring a nubile young woman breathlessly singing her love for presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., appeared on the Web this week. Titled “I Got a Crush on Obama,” the song and video took the Obama campaign by surprise and further demonstrated how the democratic nature of [...]
I co-wrote and sang this parody of Justin Timberlake’s “Dick in a Box”. It has been viewed over 5 million times and was featured on MSNBC twice, once in an interview with Keith Olbermann.
Perfected is a satirical song I wrote for Barely Political about Ann Coulter’s ridiculous comment that Jews are just Christians who need to be perfected. This is also one of the first music videos I starred in. Director: Tom Small/Barely Political