THE WEREHAUS http://thewerehaus.com Video Production and Creative Studio Fri, 24 Jul 2015 16:51:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Last Weekend I died in the Greater Northeasthttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/07/last-weekend-i-died-in-the-greater-northeast/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/07/last-weekend-i-died-in-the-greater-northeast/#comments Mon, 20 Jul 2015 19:17:26 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3814 New York, I surrender. Last weekend in the greater Northeast there was fire, water, friends. Keep up with Terry here: instagram | terrybarentsen | fullframecollective Last Weekend I died in the Greater Northeast

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New York, I surrender.

Last weekend in the greater Northeast there was fire, water, friends.

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A Surprise Welcoming

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River walk

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Playa Azul

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Smoke Break

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Free Climbing

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Serenity

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Dinner Party

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Ascent

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Deep Woods Dance Party

esentials

Essentials

Hunting Practice

Hunting Practice

Last Weekend I died in the Greater Northeast

War Games

Last Weekend I died in the Greater Northeast

Pizza Oven

One Last Jump

One Last Jump

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Hello New Yorkhttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/07/hello-new-york/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/07/hello-new-york/#comments Thu, 16 Jul 2015 17:20:21 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3790 Hello from New York. Brian and I made the move to New York with plans to pick up some East coast flavor. Since then we’ve been meeting a ton of inspiring people, eating fewer burritos, and shooting a lot of stills. Here’s a few from my go to cameras: Fuji GA 645, Mamiya 7ii, and Fuji X100T using Kodak Portra 400 & Ilford HP5. Hello New York

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Hello from New York.

Brian and I made the move to New York with plans to pick up some East coast flavor. Since then we’ve been meeting a ton of inspiring people, eating fewer burritos, and shooting a lot of stills. Here’s a few from my go to cameras: Fuji GA 645,
Mamiya 7ii, and Fuji X100T using Kodak Portra 400 & Ilford HP5.

Hello-from-ny

Bushwick Open Studios

hello from new york

A patriotic Goldsmith

willie-b

From the Williamsburg Bridge

america

America

hello from ny

Match Stick Seating

hello from ny

The Atlantic

fort tilden

Fort Tilden

hello ny

LES

Hello ny

Camping in Brooklyn

Hello ny

Oakland/ Bushwick

hello New York

Tatum Mangus

Hello New York

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Crashing Hotels Music Videohttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/06/crashing-hotels-music-video/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/06/crashing-hotels-music-video/#comments Mon, 15 Jun 2015 19:05:40 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3718 We’ve been working on Crashing Hotels’ Music Video for the single “Could Ever Be True” and could not be more excited to share all the hard work. This video was shot a week before I moved to NYC, and we knew the only way to pull this off would be to pick a destination while filming along the way. Vegas was the best option – and it provided the perfect backdrop for the look and feel we wanted this video...

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We’ve been working on Crashing Hotels’ Music Video for the single “Could Ever Be True” and could not be more excited to share all the hard work. This video was shot a week before I moved to NYC, and we knew the only way to pull this off would be to pick a destination while filming along the way. Vegas was the best option – and it provided the perfect backdrop for the look and feel we wanted this video to have. Everything matched up perfectly, and we managed to walk away from a long weekend with the video you see below.

It was edited by Eddie Ringer who brought the story together and got aesthetic of Crashing Hotels. Thanks to everyone that came out to the premiere at Heron Arts in San Francisco and here are some photos by Kristina Bakrevski if you missed out!

Video Description via Crashing Hotels

We recently filmed a music video for our single “Could Ever Be True” in Las Vegas with Brian Chu from The Werehaus. We left the Bay at 5am for the dry, vast tundra of the Mojave Desert, stopping at abandoned amusement parks and dilapidated drug dens along the way. Upon arriving in the Mecca of sex, drugs & rock & roll, what was captured can only be described as a cinematic mind f*ck. Part Fear & Loathing, part Requiem for a Dream, part No Country For Old Men, we can’t wait for you to indulge in our decadent electro goth spectacle.

Photography by Kristina Bakrevski

Photography by Kristina Bakrevski

Photography by Kristina Bakrevski

Photography by Kristina Bakrevski

Photography by Kristina Bakrevski

Photography by Kristina Bakrevski

Check out more below:

Download ADVISORY ACT
Website
Soundcloud
Patreon
Facebook
Inquiries: lacklusterlifestyle [at] gmail [dot] com

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191st Street Subway Tunnel Muralhttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/05/191st-street-subway-tunnel-mural/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/05/191st-street-subway-tunnel-mural/#comments Tue, 26 May 2015 17:13:23 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3730 The 191st street subway tunnel mural by artist duo Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn is part of NYC DOT’s Beautification Project. The tunnel AKA “Tunnel of Doom” is located in the Washington Heights Community between Broadway and St. Nicholas Avenue. It is one of the deepest tunnels in NYC and stretches over 900ft long, connecting the street with the 1 Train Subway Station. The options are a hike over the park, ride the elevator, or walk through the previously suspicious...

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The 191st street subway tunnel mural by artist duo Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn is part of NYC DOT’s Beautification Project. The tunnel AKA “Tunnel of Doom” is located in the Washington Heights Community between Broadway and St. Nicholas Avenue. It is one of the deepest tunnels in NYC and stretches over 900ft long, connecting the street with the 1 Train Subway Station. The options are a hike over the park, ride the elevator, or walk through the previously suspicious dark tunnel. Alongside Jessie and Katey, DOT commissioned 4 other artist to paint sections of the tunnel. Artists include: Andrea von Bujdoss “Queen Andrea”, Fernando Carlo, Jr. “Cope 2”, Nick Kuszyk, and Nelson Rivas “Cekis”.

This video captures a behind the scenes look during the painting of this mural. I came by for a few hours each day to bring them snacks and shoot some photos/video. Despite a rain delay which washed away a whole day’s work and being stuck in a relatively dark tunnel, they managed to always keep a positive outlook. Once the tunnel re-opened, it attracted people from all over NYC to come for a visit. Everyone seems to be really receptive of the color on the walls and now its the “selfie” tunnel.

Can't paint over this!

Can’t paint over this!

Conceptual Sketch

Conceptual Sketch

All done!

All done!

Mandatory Jump Photo

Mandatory Jump Photo

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Ferris Plock: Inside Voiceshttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/05/ferris-plock-inside-voices/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/05/ferris-plock-inside-voices/#comments Wed, 06 May 2015 19:00:05 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3704 Ferris Plock: Inside Voices Inside Voices. The two opposing sides of the brain often are in conflict with each other. Their two distinct points of view often collide with a compromise coming only when blood has been spilled and beers have been opened. —Ferris Plock This video project was originally part of an installation to accompany Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock’s work in their third solo show with the gallery entitled “Inside Voices”. The opening reception was held on Friday,...

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Ferris Plock: Inside Voices

Inside Voices. The two opposing sides of the brain often are in conflict with each other. Their two distinct points of view often collide with a compromise coming only when blood has been spilled and beers have been opened.

—Ferris Plock

This video project was originally part of an installation to accompany Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock’s work in their third solo show with the gallery entitled “Inside Voices”. The opening reception was held on Friday, April 24th at FFDG 2277 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA.

Music:

Thee Oh See’s | Night Crawler | Floating Coffin

Special Thanks:

Ryan Beavers, Dustin, and Thee Oh See’s.

Ferris Plock: Inside Voices

On location with Beavers

Ferris Plock: Inside Voices

Photos: FFDG, Ferris Plock, & Kelly Tunstall

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Black Scale Video Lookbookhttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/04/black-scale-video-lookbook/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/04/black-scale-video-lookbook/#comments Mon, 13 Apr 2015 18:34:52 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3657 This year’s Black Scale Video Lookbook video features model Hugo Lopez and was shot again in San Francisco, CA. The concept behind these videos are usually based on Black Scale’s revolving them of balance, and how each person interprets it. The unique part about these videos is that they are loosely scripted and involve a decent amount of improvisation. This gives you a lot of room to experiment with each location. They’re usually parts of San Francisco that are unique...

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This year’s Black Scale Video Lookbook video features model Hugo Lopez and was shot again in San Francisco, CA. The concept behind these videos are usually based on Black Scale’s revolving them of balance, and how each person interprets it. The unique part about these videos is that they are loosely scripted and involve a decent amount of improvisation. This gives you a lot of room to experiment with each location. They’re usually parts of San Francisco that are unique to the city’s history or visual landscape. When I look back on all the video’s we’ve worked on, you can see how different they end up being. This one is no different, but you can still see Black Scale’s aesthetic shine through.

Black Scale Spring/Summer 2014 Video LookBook from Black Scale on Vimeo.

Links to find out more:
Black Scale Website
Hugo on Instagram

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Escape From Alcatraz, San Franciscohttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/04/escape-from-alcatraz-san-francisco/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/04/escape-from-alcatraz-san-francisco/#comments Wed, 08 Apr 2015 13:45:52 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3634 Escape From Alcatraz contains a series images I captured during my visit to San Francisco’s famous landmark. It’s been a while since I took a trip there and I wanted to visit the @Large by Ai Weiwei exhibit that was happening. Alcatraz is strange because tons of tourist flock to this island where our most dangerous inmates were once kept. Now it attracts people from all over the world to see this prison that remained more or less unchanged. The...

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Escape From Alcatraz contains a series images I captured during my visit to San Francisco’s famous landmark. It’s been a while since I took a trip there and I wanted to visit the @Large by Ai Weiwei exhibit that was happening. Alcatraz is strange because tons of tourist flock to this island where our most dangerous inmates were once kept. Now it attracts people from all over the world to see this prison that remained more or less unchanged. The unique location lends itself to being photographed quite often and so I wanted to make a short film about it myself.

Escape From Alcatraz, San Francisco from Brian Chu on Vimeo.

I wanted to capture Alcatraz how it would looked back when people were still kept there. There are some recent additions and changes made to make it more accessible, but more or less it feels like it did in the 1930’s. It has been said that inmates could often hear people in the city when the wind blew a certain direction. I always wondered if it would make their time there easier or harder being in such a beautiful place, and so close to freedom. Lucky enough for me I didn’t commit any crimes on Alctraz, and I was able to take the boat back to San Francisco.

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WEREHAUS: Day In The Lifehttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/03/werehaus-day-in-the-life-270/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/03/werehaus-day-in-the-life-270/#comments Tue, 03 Mar 2015 17:38:37 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3530 <a href="http://instagram.com/briancchu" target="_blank"><strong>@briancchu</strong></a><br/>As seen on @werehaus. #werehaus

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<a href="http://instagram.com/briancchu" target="_blank"><strong>@briancchu</strong></a><br/>As seen on @werehaus. #werehaus

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WEREHAUS: Day In The Lifehttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/02/werehaus-day-in-the-life-269/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/02/werehaus-day-in-the-life-269/#comments Sun, 01 Mar 2015 00:48:45 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3527 <a href="http://instagram.com/cheeseburgersundae" target="_blank"><strong>@cheeseburgersundae</strong></a><br/>Photo by @terrybarentsen #thankyou #sanfrancisco #tenderloin #werehaus

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<a href="http://instagram.com/cheeseburgersundae" target="_blank"><strong>@cheeseburgersundae</strong></a><br/>Photo by @terrybarentsen #thankyou #sanfrancisco #tenderloin #werehaus

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WEREHAUS: Day In The Lifehttp://thewerehaus.com/2015/02/werehaus-day-in-the-life-268/ http://thewerehaus.com/2015/02/werehaus-day-in-the-life-268/#comments Fri, 27 Feb 2015 18:07:22 +0000 http://thewerehaus.com/?p=3524 <a href="http://instagram.com/werehaus" target="_blank"><strong>@werehaus</strong></a><br/>Crashing Hotel music video up on our WEREHAUS blog. Congrats on their show tonight at the independent. @lacklusterlife @hottubtony_sf #werehaus

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<a href="http://instagram.com/werehaus" target="_blank"><strong>@werehaus</strong></a><br/>Crashing Hotel music video up on our WEREHAUS blog. Congrats on their show tonight at the independent. @lacklusterlife @hottubtony_sf #werehaus

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