Two versions of a video portrait of Company XIV. The second is the single shot.
Since 2011 Tobin Del Cuore has had a close creative relationship with rapper Big Dipper, having produced, directed, shot and edit numerous music videos for the larger than life artist.
LET’S TALK ABOUT PREP
WHY WE CAN’T
Music production by Axel Otero
Directed + Produced by Austin McCormick + Tobin Del Cuore
Styled by Zane Pihlstrom + Austin McCormick
Costumes by Zane Pihlstrom
Choreographed by Austin McCormick
Shot by Alex Birnie
Color by Daniel Skubal
Edited by Tobin Del Cuore
Production assistance by Tomas Del Del Valle, Kristina Vnook, Jackson McCoy, Daniel Cuhen
Featuring the performers of Company XIV
Filmed at Théâtre XIV in Bushwick, Brooklyn
Imagination + Muscle has made promotional videos for numerous productions by opera director, R. B. Schlather.
With each video, we try to capture and portray the spirit of the production.
Trio from Awáa
Choreography by Aszure Barton
Danced by Jonathan Alsberry, William Briscoe & Oscar Ramos
Music by Curtis Macdonald
Video shot and edited by Tobin Del Cuore
Imagination + Muscle was commissioned by Howard Brown Health to create their first ever music video. The song is a take on Salt-N-Pepa’s 90’s classic, “Let’s Talk About Sex” and promotes the use of the HIV prevention drug, PrEP (Pre exposure prophylaxis).
Developed by Friend & Associates and Imagination + Muscle Productions, the East Bank Club Employee Training Video Series is a custom platform designed to support East Bank Club's Mission: To Help Our Members Live Well.
I assisted choreographer Aszure Barton in creating a new dance work for the English National Ballet. I also created video projections for the work.
Below is a sample of some of the video projections as well as a promotional video made by English National Ballet about the creation of the work.
I assisted choreographer Aszure Barton in creating a new dance work for the Bayerisches Staatsballett in Munich, Germany. I also created video projections for the work.
Below are two samples of the video projections created for the work.
In 2012 I was part of the creation of Aszure Barton's evening-length dance work, Awáa.
Below is a sample of the video projections created for the work.
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