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For The New Yorker Festival, the magazine’s annual 3-day gathering of who’s-who in arts, politics and everything in between, One Glass filmed 13 events and edited highlights on-site for immediate distribution online. Other featured guests included Sarah Silverman, Daniel Craig, Malcom Gladwell, Nick Kroll, Zadie Smith, Jeffrey Eugenides, Jonah Hill and John Goodman.
One Glass filmed, edited and retouched this branded series for Buick that was distributed through three Conde Nast publications’ websites. In the short length of one minute of each episode One Glass was able to convey an immediate sense of identity, lifestyle and tell the story of a unique experience. In post production, One Glass created a look that complimented the story and brought cohesion to the series.
This video launched Nokia’s campaign that explored the relationship between technology and humanity. One Glass sourced and combined the live footage with intentionally glitchy graphics to create this teaser and get viewers excited about what was to come.
One Glass gave this spot the best post-production treatment. edited the stop-motion footage, re-touching the still images, added sound effects and graphics to bring this ad to life.
One Glass Video goes behind the music of Questlove in this interview video for Wired Magazine’s issue featuring the musician. We took care to create a cohesive visual style that represented the artist’s and publications artistic integrity.
A provocative script explaining the complexity of the problems posed by meth in Myanmar called for stirring and dynamic imagery. One Glass Video created this video for Global Post to demonstrate the depth of the issue.
Woman v. Workout is a 27-episode reality web series that pits Lauren Berlingeri, a world-traveled fitness model, against every workout imaginable. Whether training with the FDNY, tossing axes with STIHL Timbersports legends, or taking on Tough Mudder, our fearless host manages to land on her feet with a smile (most of the time!). In this trailer for a 3-part episode, Lauren takes on Navy SEALS training with former Navy SEAL and Youtube star, Don Shipley. One Glass Video produced, filmed, and did all post production for the series. The series has over 4 million views, and a strong subscription following.
Cultural Kitchen is a 13-episode web series that takes a look at popular chefs and the cultural inspiration behind their cuisine. In this episode, learn how to make gumbo that’ll taste like it was delivered straight from Bourbon Street’s French Square in New Orleans, Louisiana. Celebrity Chef Paul Prudhomme shows us how how easy it can be to marry the flavors of aged hen, andouille smoked sausage, dark roux, chicken stock, onions, bell peppers, celery and Cajun spices into a warm, flavorful meal. One Glass designed graphics, produced, filmed and did post production on the full series.
Sexy is more than just looking hot, it’s a mind, body and spirit connection that few people embody. In this 13-episode series for YouTube’s 3V channel, host and comedian Carey Reilly is talking to some of the sexiest people around to find out their secrets to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In each episode, Carey spends a day with celebrities such as NFL’s Steve Weatherford, TV host Robert Brace, Broadway star Amra Faye Wright, and more. In this episode, she and HGTV design guru and author Sabrina Soto immediately form a very unique friendship. One Glass Video produced, filmed and edited the series.
One Glass Video produced the eye-catching opening sequence to the web series My Ultimate Sandwich for YouTube’s Tasted Channel. My Ultimate Sandwich scours the nation for some of the most creative and covetable sandwiches, asking chefs, bloggers, self-made sandwich masters, and many others to show us their epic creations. One Glass chose to use a variety of frame rates to create slow motion and accelerated motion effects that highlight the textures of some typical and not-so-typical sandwich ingredients.
This is one part of Malibu Rum’s Maliboomboom series. This episode shows how a whole office is reacting to Bernard’s goodbye note… and you’ll never guess where he left it. Fun fact: One Glass filmed the Post-It note mural inside a studio, using quarter sized post its!
GadgetLab is Wired Magazine’s cutting edge series that highlights the coolest new gadgets you can’t live without. This episode takes a look at the Logitech UE Boom, a speaker that combines Bluetooth streaming with 360-degree sound. One Glass directed, filmed and edited the 15-episode season.
We’ve made it our mission to engage your audiences through video. We’re your partners from start to finish. From developing a concept, planning a production, providing the best crews, editing and animation — our experienced staff executes each production flawlessly. Regardless of the scope or budget, we work hard for our clients to exceed expectations, every time.
From single-camera interviews, to large scale commercial campaigns, we’ve got you covered. We’re nimble, experienced, dedicated, and inspired. And frankly, we love what we do.
Stephanie studied Film & Media, with a special interest in documentary. She sold her senior thesis film, and moved to NYC in 2004 to work on several documentaries as a technical consultant. Then as a freelance TV promo editor, she developed an obsessive interest in the post production and found her stride in short-form content. In 2008, Stephanie founded One Glass to focus on just that. Meanwhile, the concept of Branded Entertainment was born, and she is now now a master of the craft.
As a producer, Carolyn Maher handles a lot of the planning and pre-production for for One Glass Video. She first started in the industry working for the Cucalorus Film Festival in North Carolina and after moving to New York City jumped into the world of commercial post production. When not working at One Glass, Carolyn spends much of her time immersed in any number of side independent film projects. The Maher family motto is “in periculis audax” which means bold in danger.
Ricky grew up in San Diego, California, and graduated with a degree in Film & Media Production from University of California: Los Angeles. After graduating, he worked on a number of shows for Adult Swim, including the Tim & Eric spin-off show Check it Out! with Dr. Steve Brule. He moved across the country to New York in May of 2014 because he was sick of the perfect LA weather and wanted to experience something new. He joined One Glass in September of 2014 and has since been the company’s rock star editor.
One Glass Video’s latest addition to its full-time roster, Jesse’s expert eye and cinematic style make him an extraordinary asset to the team.
Colleen first became interested in production at age 13 with a Behind-the-Scenes special of MTV’s TRL. She then went on to study Media Technology & Management before becoming a Freelance Production Assistant in the commercial world for 3.5 years. Originally intending to join the DGA to become a Second AD Colleen found stability and advancement by joining One Glass Video. At One Glass she organizes our office and keeps it running smoothly by overseeing production expenses, mastering the art of office snack wrangling and stepping in as an assistant editor extraordinaire. She loves to make videos about her curly hair on weekends via her Youtube channel! Colleen cannot wait to see the vast growth of One Glass Video and intend to be an essential part of that happening.
Jef Taylor is a Brooklyn-based editor who has been working with One Glass since 2012. Many of his personal projects have screened at festivals worldwide; including Sundance, the Independent Film Festival of Boston, Nashville, HollyShorts, and Sao Paulo. Jef is a member of the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, and he is currently working on Adults – an original series he is directing and acting in. He is allergic to nuts, and has lived in South Korea and England, and is learning how to play the accordion.