Project: Pepsi Crop Circle

Client: Urban Plough,Mekanism, Pepsi

Approached by local artist, Matthew Moore just weeks before Super Bowl XLIX, we worked with Urban Plough Arts to document the process of creating a Pepsi Logo in a field of rye grass. Our team used multiple tools and hardware including a drone, helicopter, GoPro and steady cams in order to document the process and the final result. The circle itself was mapped out and then carved into the crop by hand. To accomplish this, Matt used a combination of a scythe and a string trimmer. What footage we handed of the the client was used for Pepsi's social media campaign, which we saw little of. So, we decided to created our own video from all the footage we shot. This is it!



Project: Jeffery Gibson video project, "obto"

Client: Jeffrey Gibson and the Denver Art Museum

Digital Preserve was invited by the Denver Art Museum to join artist Jeffery Gibson on a his artist in residence to help develop the film  project, "one becomes the other". Steven J. Yazzie of Digital Preserve served as Director of cinematography on the project. We want to thank Jefferey Gibson and The Denver Art Museum for the amazing opportunity and to some of the incredible people who made it possible: Derek Brown, Tashina Three Sticks for working,  John P. Lukavic, Jenna Madison, Maddie Samuel, Adam Wesley Lancaster, Polly Nordstrand, and the DAM staff for supporting such an ambitious project. AND of course the performers who took part - Lee Plenty Wolf, Sun Rose Iron Shell, Pearl Ironshell, Sarah Ortegon, Savanna Francis, Carla Birdshead, Cheyenne Birdshead, John Emhoolah, among many others.

Above you can view the trailer for the project above, and an excerpt from the longer film.