A visual eye candy of soft tone popsicle colors that follow to compas and the beat of Bear Mountain’s pop song “Hopeful” form their sophomore album release “Badu”.
Music videos are always about bringing together favors and friends, there is no way music videos would sustain itself without the support of a network of people who are all like minded and help the arts community. Music is part of the arts and cultural heritage that a society leaves behind, it becomes historical value that speaks for eternity. Therefore as social and cultural promoters of the arts, we believe in helping music bands achieve their goals by developing music videos.
Bear Mountain “Hopeful” music video was one of those cases where we pulled all our resources to get this project done. Starting with our friends Ben Gulliver Director and Cinematographer who’s helped us out with out throughout times to the guys from Stage 6 for offering an amazing studio to film in downtown Vancouver followed up by the help of our friend Alex Beim from Tangible Interaction who provided the set decoration and Tim Rolls whom tagged along by projection mapping and sound controlling the lights, a lovely supporting community of gents that all came together for Bear Mountain.
Bear Mountain Music
Creative & Art Direction
Gamomo Creative Lab
Ryan Marchant - Stage 6