While providing entertaining video content is always fun and exciting, we here at Atlantic are always interested in putting our unique capabilities to use for the greater good. Topics like climate change, energy efficiency, income inequality, and more aren’t just unique to the United States, but the entire world.
The #Glug17 project is truly a global effort and Atlantic was extremely honored to be a part of it. 17 different artists around the world were interviewed and talked about how their art and creativity have raised awareness in order to affect positive change, based on the UN Development Goals.
Atlantic provided a producer, director of photography, and a sound recordist for #Glug17’s shoot in New York City. Our team used a trusty Canon C300 to capture an interview with artists Luke Choice and John Burgerman in Brooklyn. Our DP was especially happy when he could break out his dana dolly to get some dynamic movement into the footage.
You can watch the entire video and check out some behind-the-scenes shots below, and be sure to share the video to spread the word!
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