Tag: video

22
Aug

Producing & Arranging Audio Tracks for New EP

Taking a short break from video and motion media to tweak some tracks I recently produced at some sessions in Florida, USA. This particular track, “Black Bridge” will be part of the upcoming new EP by Singer-Songwriter & Recording artist Gone Marshall. Check out a behind the scenes view, below: ‘Black Bridge’ | Song from  an upcoming record (EP) produced by Jason Rosette for artist Gone Marshall

03
Oct

Now on STEAM – 360 immersive VR documentary ‘BrickWorks’ by Jason Rosette

Now on the Steam platform: new 360 immersive VR documentary, ‘BrickWorks’ by producer-filmmaker Jason Rosette BrickWorks is a hypnotic and immersive 360 VR documentary video portrait of an ‘Old Skool’ brick factory in Cambodia, Southeast Asia. Directed by award winning filmmaker and 360 journalist Jason Rosette of Camerado Media, this is part one in an anticipated 4 part series of factories and brickworks in developing areas of the Asia-Pacific and ASEAN region of Asia. Rent or Buy BrickWorks on Steam at: http://store.steampowered.com/app/716830/BrickWorks_360/  

23
Apr

Jason Rosette’s first feature movie now distributed by the Museum of Modern Art, New York City

Writer-Director, filmmaker and educator Jason Rosette’s first feature movie, the New York film ‘BookWars‘, is now being distributed by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. As the movie continues to circulate after more than 15 years, occupying additional platforms including iTunes and Amazon Video, the edgy street-side #documentary portraying the lives of New York sidewalk booksellers in 1990’s New York is now considered an important indie New York classic. Read the illuminating story behind the making of ‘BookWars’ and other #films by Jason ‘Camerado’ Rosette in the filmmaking #ebook, ‘10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey’…

18
Apr

Recent VO (Voiceover) Job for ASEAN-APAC Producer & Writer-Director Jason ‘Camerado’ Rosette

Ever since coming out to the ASEAN region in 2005 from the US, I’ve found it necessary to wear several hats while working in the industry here; for example, the talent and casting industry is generally not dense enough to rely upon for full time work, and so it is often with video editing and production. As a result, I’ve found that my state side voiceover training and experience has come in very handy for a number of productions, with clients ranging from USAID/DAI, Oxfam America and various other NGOs – all the way through to private sector clients. Basically,…