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Starbucks video wall at the 505 Building in Seattle

Recently Mind Opera was commissioned by Starbucks to create content for a 53′x9′ video wall one of their buildings located at 505 1st Ave. Seattle.  Mind Opera came up with the creative treatment, produced the videos, audio and motion graphics.  This is the overture video that is between each of the sections.

Producer: David Johnson, Creative Director: Tom Schabarum, Illustrator: Pedro Murteira, Motion Graphics: Caitlin Wilbert, Graphics: Jessica Mans

<p>Starbucks video wall at the 505 Building in Seattle from Mind Opera on Vimeo.</p>

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Schakelton Opener for MSUS Keynote

Mind Opera produced the visuals and edited this 4 minute event opener with our client RadarWorks for Microsoft’s US Keynote in Atlanta. Along with the video opener Mind Opera worked with RadarWorks and their creative team to build a keynote that brought one of the highest participant score in 7 years. The center screen is 86′x20′ and curved the two outside screens are 32′x18′ for a total of 150′ of crowd hugging visual spectacular. We delivered the entire keynote using the latest version of WATCHOUT.
Creative Director and Writer; Ted Iserman, Art Director; Bryan Schaeffer.

Shackelton Opener from Mind Opera on Vimeo.

Mind Opera Video Reel

A video reel of all of our good stuff.

Mind Opera Reel 2009 from Mind Opera on Vimeo.

Breakfast In A Can

It’s Friday and I’m feeling good about the weekend, so I thought I’d share with you a delicious and fun way to prepare breakfast in just minutes. Think of how much fun you can have Sunday morning with a can of Batter Blaster and whip cream. When was the last time this much goodness came from a can?

Batter Blaster Video

A Big Step

A few months ago, as I contemplated much needed change in my business and personal life, I found myself hanging out the door of a small airplane 2.5 miles above the Earth.

My leap of faith on that clear day was one of the most freeing and revealing experiences in my life. My 6 minute descent (60 seconds of pure adrenaline, followed by peaceful floating) has put a defining stamp on all the changes that have taken place at Mind Opera.

This experience has signified and renewed our enthusiasm for innovation and creativity at Mind Opera. So, check your straps, goggles and chute. Take that step. Gravity will take care of the rest!

give it a try. http://www.skydivesnohomish.com/