Busy busy busy! Take that recession! (I am knocking on wood and throwing salt over my shoulder. Just in case.)
Here are a few tidbits from our news desk:
Aero is proudly displaying artwork from East London artist, Declan McMullan. We’re big art buffs and our Santa Monica office is a great gallery space. So when Declan asked us if we would hang his work, it didn’t take much arm twisting. His last series, a collection of sculptures called “The Ladder Series,” were shown throughout St. John on Bethnal Green Church in London. Apparently, he’s into grand venues! Sure, we’re a tad smaller… but I bet we have nicer light and that we are more convenient to the best sushi restaurant ever (The Hump). I digress… Declan is an amazing artist and we’re honored to show his work. He’s worked with fellow Brit, Tracey Emin, at the Gagosian in LA.
So drop by Aero reception and enjoy!
|Declan McMullan's artwork @ Aero.|
We are still super excited about our newest family member, Tim Matheson!
Please take a look at his reel as he's truly a treasure with an amazing sense for comedic timing, and in true Aero form, can shoot a great action sequence as well!
And last but NOWHERE near least, Aero director, Sam O'Hare, has another short film coming out! After releasing his tilt-shift short, The Sandpit, he was approached by the Coachella Music Festival to create a film this year’s festival in Palm Springs, CA. He spent several days in the desert on the top of many a cherry picker. The film launches on October 1st at Coachella.com! We'll (obviously) keep you posted on this and post the link when it’s available. Again, big big thanks to Human Music in NY for creating a brilliant score for the film.
|"Bird at night" still from Coachella|
Okay, time to get back to work and clean up all this salt on my floor. Have a great rest of the week!