Produced for the Bols Genever Youtube Channel ( DSLR)
Performance Camera and Behind the Scenes Camera for MNDR’s Feed Me Diamonds Music video featuring Raven from RuPaul’s ‘Drag Race’.
Mass Appeal: "This Fat Tony video is hilarious. DJ Quik once said, “I don’t want to party with you”, and in a lot of rap video instances, that’s truly the case. But I can’t lie, this party looks like way too much fun to ever pass up."
CMJ: ”Despot and Das Racist’s Kool A.D. join Fat Tony in a Google Hangout to show off their respective New Year’s parties in this low-tech music video for CMJ Mixtape stand-out Hood Party.”
Stereogum: ”The track’s two guest rappers, former Das Racist member Kool A.D. and El-P associate Despot, both live in different places, and the video comes up with a smart shortcut: It’s constructed as a Google Hangout, with the three rappers and producer Tom Cruz checking in from various different shindigs. Bonus points for the NBD Bun B cameo,”
SPIN : "The song’s solid and the parties look fun, as simultaneous story lines unfold through MacBook webcams. "
GRANTLAND: “If your music video is a Google hangout, I want to be your groupie so bad”
Potholes In My Blog : "Fat Tony and his team deserve an award for the “Hood Party” video, if only because it actually offers something new and interesting for the viewer."
Camera and Editing
Thesis Film (director) - 11 minutes “The Deadpool,”
Official Selection of Wildwood on the Sea Film Festival 2007
"The Deadpool," Honorable Mention New York City Short Film Festival 2006
Documentary project about the Tugboat Graveyard on Staten Island and featuring interviews with ship captains from the NY Merchant Marines including Creative-Commons archive footage from the NY Harbor. Screened at Movies with a View under the Brooklyn Bridge in 2008, and Rooftop Films Summer season 2007.
Start up Presentation (DSLR)
Direction, Camera Editing — Ryan Muir
Executive Produced by — Jay Vix
Music Credits: Mandy Vs Bookashade - Body Language (Instrumental) Mylo — Paris Four Hundred The Hood Internet — Billie Jean vs Wildcat (Michael Jackson, Ratatat)
shot on the Nikon D3s