Directed by Stephen Rutterford
Produced By Jenita Spirtovic
Styled By Alabama Blonde
A Bankrobber Project
Alongside the single, HANA teamed up with Starfish Projects, co-producer / designer / longtime collaborator Alabama Blonde and Bankrobber Projects to create and release the official ‘So & So’ music video.
Director: Harrison Boyce
DP: Evan Trout
Producer: Jenita Spirtovic
League of Legends is one of the most played games in the world. Verizon shares this passion for gaming and wanted to announce their arrival to the gaming world to avid League fans across the globe. Starfish was selected to help Verizon showcase their commitment to gamers, by producing a :60 video in record time (including original music pulled from beloved sounds found in the game), tapping deeply into LoL’s lore and highlighting the unsung heroes of the gaming community, paying homage to the scale, energy and passion of the original event.
Editor: Cody Joel
Animation: Scotty Nolan
Artwork: Sajjad Musa
Music: The Temptations ‘Ball of Confusion’ A Bankrobber Remix
Our Sibling agency, Bankrobber, put together a remix of this psychedelic soul classic that, 50 years later, eerily reflects both the growing unrest and the painful uncertainty of our times. We worked closely with Bankrobber and our team of creatives to put together this visual presentation of our times and the time of the original song’s release. Round and around and around we go.
Client: Zarbee’s Naturals
Director | Sinus: David Schmidt
Director | Immunity: Adam Levite
Director | Baby: Josh Miller
For the past 10 years, Zarbee’s has grown from a children’s cough brand to developing a full portfolio of products for the whole family. Starfish helped bring new product lines to life with adorable, engaging video and photo assets across Baby, Kids and Adult Immunity ranges. Sweeter than honey.
Client: Harmless Harvest
Director: Adam Levite
Photographer: Chris Talamo
Music: Sharon Van Etten
Starfish helped this unconventional coconut water develop their “Suspiciously Good” campaign concept, then brought it to life with a too-good-to-be-true Brooklyn bodega stocked with preposterous products.
We pushed the concept even further by tapping Sharon Van Etten for a custom cover of Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious Minds” and staging a pink-hued product shoot to accompany the campaign launch.