Hey! In January Wieden and Kennedy hired me to direct 25 videos for Travel Portland, Portland’s tourism board. Make sure you check them out in my video section! You’ll have a wonderful time learning about America’s hairiest, most tasty, and bike-stoked city.
i’m going to start posting some of my favorite videos i’ve been shooting on my iphone with the super8 app. so many dreamy moments i haven’t been able to share with anyone. they’ll all be unedited, and the sound is live from the moment.
the first video in the series is In the Clouds. I shot it while on an airplane.
The music video for “avocado afternoon” by diva is finally out! it premiered last week on thefader. they said, “Jimmy Marble’s video for “Avocado Afternoon” feels extremely well-suited to the song’s slow gait, which can only be an approximation of walking around stoned (or in some other vaguely spiritual state) while the heat’s beating down on you.”
Or, in other words, hanging out in Los Angeles. Hope you love it.
This is the third PSA in Adi and my motivational PSA series. It’s called Be Cool, and it’s hosted by Alina Cutrono. Alina Cutrono might be the most amazing person in Los Angeles. I hope you love it!
Photography by Kelly Moore. With appearances by Forrest Perrine, Julia Galdo, Mallory Wedding, Doug Freedman, Kristine Claghorn, and Andrew Meredith. ”Magnificat: Suscept” by Claudio Monteverdi. Special thanks to The Forge.
This is a still from a clip I shot for my 2011 director’s reel. I had it in my head that what my reel really needed was a hosted segment where people could get to know me. Turns out, probably not the case.
The JIMMYnADI “Beneath the Pavement, Beach” show got a really cool write up in the wonderful LA I’m Yours blog. Apparently it came out earlier in September. No one ever tells me anything. Check it out!
Adi and I started a new series of motivational public service announcements. The goal is to promote positivity and give people who are feeling slightly in the dumps a boost of energy. There’s a million positive things to do with life, and there’s no reason to let the blues or a rut cloud that.