We created this digital mini-series for Food Network starring celebrity chef Kelsey Nixon. In each episode, she tackled a new entertaining challenge, giving cooking and decorating tips along the way. Her friends and family jump in, helping her pull together perfect, “Lipton meals.”
Client: Food Network/Lipton
Flint is suffering from a stagnant economy, dizzying crime rate, and a water crisis that has captivated a nation. To say that Flint has been hit with hard times would be a vast understatement. But the city’s resiliency is emblematic of the can-do spirit of its residents. This is "For Flint."
Spacestation helped director Brian Schultz produce "For Flint," a short doc focusing on three inspiring members of the fight to keep the spirit of Flint alive.
In addition to editing and finishing "For Flint," Spacestation planned and executed a successful crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for the film, using social media and the indie crowdfunding site, Seed & Spark.
Our top designers worked with The Players’ Tribune to create a stand-alone studio for content creation, events and athlete hangouts. With a robust, vintage design and Budweiser-sponsored gear, this studio serves as a homebase for Derek Jeter’s The Players’ Tribune.
Client: The Players’ Tribune/Budweiser
We created this digital mini-series for Food Network, starring Michael Symon, celebrity chef, and featuring TV personalities Sophia Bush and Anthony Anderson. In each episode, Michael Symon and one of his actor helpers surprise an average working person with a lunchtime of their dreams.
Client: Food Network/Lipton
For each of the three episodes in this digital documentary series, Spacestation was embedded with the WNBA's New York Liberty. Each episode details one day—1440 minutes—spent with the players, coaches, and personnel. We captured quiet moments, exciting game highlights, and personal stories that painted a poignant picture of what it's like to work in women's professional basketball.
Client: The Players’ Tribune
We partnered with IAC's leading subscriber fitness site, Daily Burn, to create Daily Burn 365. Each 30-minute episode is a live workout/morning show and features elite trainers, dedicated participants and an occasional celebrity. Viewers are invited to participate over Skype, live chat and social media. We've created a community of fitness enthusiasts who will tell you, no other morning show is quite like #DB365.
Client: Daily Burn
We shot writer Dennis Camlek's presentation pilot over the course of two days, rushing around the city, shooting a dozen scenes in four different locations around New York City.
Keep The Bottle Close was a true indie effort and a fun challenge for the Spacestation team. We led everything from casting, scheduling, production and finishing of this funny story of a New Yorker whos life takes an unexpected detour from the safe and comfortable confines of marriage.
We created this ongoing educational series tackling medical subjects from asthma management to living with HIV. The series has featured a wide array of doctors, specialists and patients who offer poignant insight, helpufl advice and unique perspectives on conditions and illnesses shared the world over.
This outrageous new approach to National College Signing Day was produced with The Players' Tribune. USA Today said, "Welcome to Signing Day, the reboot," and said the event "Changed the face of high school National Signing Day as we know it." At this star-studded live extravaganza, new Michigan football recruits were welcomed by Derek Jeter, Tom Brady, Jim Harbaugh, Ric Flair and more celebrities from sports, stage and screen. Lou Holtz even did a "dab" on stage! The game has changed, thanks to us. Go Blue!
Client: The Players' Tribune & The University of Michigan
Daryn Carp's day job is working as Andy Cohen's assistant. In her downtime, this pop culture junkie digs through the Bravo video vault to find hilarious, obscure and raucous moments from past shows. Daryn also interviewed, played games and gossipped with several fan-favorite personalities from hit shows like "Vanderpump Rules," "Million Dollar Listing" and "Real Housewives."
These national commercial spots aired on PBS and feature the delicious dishes served up by Luvo. We made this upscale frozen food come to life with original footage and animation. Look for it in your grocer's freezer. (The food, not the commercials.)
We collaborated with award-winning Editor Dan Katz to create these energetic fan-favorite videos for the Brooklyn Nets. The soundtrack to each video has something for everyone, ranging from the Beastie Boys to Pavement, Jay-Z to Kenny Rogers, Eddie Murphy to Van Halen. Seeing these videos play to sold out crowds at Barclays Center is a dream come true. Go Nets!
Client: Brooklyn Nets
Platform: In Stadium and Broadcast