BOSTON VIDEO & PHOTO PET CASTING

Do you ever look at your pet and wish they could help you pay rent?

Indresano Studios hosted a Pet Casting Call Day earlier this month to find the paw-fect pets for a commercial job. We had the pleasure of meeting several dogs and cats that were ready to put in the work and become stars!


Here are just a few of our four-legged friends:

Coconut

Coconut is fun and energetic! He was very excited to be visiting the studio and getting his beauty shots in.

Elle

Elle was nervous for her first time in the studio. However, a couple of treats would make anyone feel better!

Morrigan

Morrigan was our youngest dog in the studio! Her energy was infectious, and she got everyone in the studio excited for the day ahead.

Timber

Timber had no problem following instructions during our shoot. He went above and beyond and deserves a round of a-paws.

Arlo

Arlo came in camera ready on casting day. He was an expert when it came to posing in front of the camera. He made sure we got all his good angles!

Kona

Kona was so happy being in the studio and felt right at home! We can’t help but smile when we see his floppy ears and shining personality.

Scrappy

Scrappy’s name fits him perfectly! Though he may be small in stature, he makes up for it with an adorable face and powerful pose.

Luca

Luca loved having the spotlight! He thought the food was delicious…even though he did have a hard time keeping it in the bowl.


These pets brought their A-game to our casting day! Our in-house team worked tirelessly to make sure these pets had a fantastic time modeling on set. We were so excited to meet each one of them! 

This marks another successful casting call for Indresano Studios!


Stay tuned to find out who was selected by following us on our social channels.

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Want to see more of our work?

Check out our website at www.indresano.com and make sure to check out our YouTube channel for updates on this project, as well as many others.

BOSTON NONPROFIT SPOKE VIDEO

Indresano Studios loved working with the people of SPOKE. Located in the Greater Boston area, “MW Productions/SPOKE activates the transformative power of art to heal divisions, strengthen community, and drive social progress.” SPOKE uses various forms of art as a way for young people to better understand themselves as well as increase their understanding of the world around them.

SPOKE founder and director Michael Dowling takes us through the organization’s legacy with the help of the board of directors and those who make SPOKE possible.

Learn more about Michael and SPOKE’s mission by watching our video below.

Previously known as Medicine Wheel, SPOKE was created to transform the lives of Boston’s youth. Their new building on Old Colony will give the people of Boston a safe space to create and heal together through all forms of art including visual media, dance, and poetry performances. SPOKE encourages youth to use art as a means of expression and to help strengthen ties within their community.

Our in-house team worked hard to create a thought-provoking video that highlighted the non-profit. We were there every step of the way through creating storyboards, conducting interviews, shooting, editing, color correction and sound design.

Meet the people who help keep SPOKE running.

Michael Dowling

Michael Dowling is the artistic director and founder of SPOKE.

L’Merchie Frazier

L’Merchie Frazier is the Executive Director of Creative Programs and Partnerships. She is a Visual Activist, Artist, and Educator.

Rohit Chandra

Rohit Chandra is a Board Chair at SPOKE. He is also a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at MGH Chelsea.

Barbara Krakow

Barbara Krakow is a Co-owner of the Krakow Witkin Gallery in Boston.

Keith Marion

Keith Marion is the Vice Chair at SPOKE. He is also the Head of People, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Point32Health.

Adrianna Boulin

Adrianna Boulin is a Board Member at SPOKE. She is also the Director of Community Impact and Engagement at Fenway Health.

To learn more about SPOKE and the organization’s mission, please visit their website here. You can find more of our video production work on our website www.indresano.com. Make sure to check out our other content including commercial photography, animation, CGI, and more.

MUSIC TO OUR EARS: TIVOLI

“Setting up” on location for today’s shoot is Producer
Michele Doucette, Assistant Rob Coshow, and Homeowner Peggy.

 

Tivoli’s Art Director Jean Tse,
Ennis’s Prop Stylist Eileen Eisele, and intern Taylor.

Rob’s getting his caffeine fix.

Michael’s working hard while the everyone takes a look on the laptop.

Jean sure looks happy. Bet she didn’t know that Michael’s shooting her behind!

The Gang’s All Here! Reviewing the day’s shots.

 

Peggy takes a peek at how beautiful her home will look in the catalog.

Ta da! Here are some of the final shots.

PARISIAN GOLD

Paris anyone? We were delighted to find out that we struck gold in the prestigious Prix de la Photographie (Px3) photo competition recently. In addition, we were selected for the gallery show exhibition which opens in Paris on June 29th.  The award was for a series of ads created for the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence to create awareness to the issue of domestic violence. We also would like to give special thanks to creative director  Tim Needham for his vision for the shoot.

BAY STATE COLLEGE SHOOT

For two days Michael shot everything on the campus of Bay State College in the Back Bay

Here are some selections from the fashion department and their show:

Michael in action

 

Tim Sprague explaining the plan to the client.

 

Lyndsey Peterson relaxing after obtaining over 150 model releases!

 

Student/model preparing for the runway

Student/designer making last minute touch-ups.

 

The thrilling shoot went into the night culminating with the fabulous fashion show.