Force Extremes is BAM's 6th collaboration with Carhartt. It was produced by Jason Momoa and his company, Pride of Gypsies. The spot is the first of Carhartt's 2016 National TV Campaign which celebrates their 125 year heritage.
The commercial was directed by Jason Momoa.
Jason Momoa & Lisa Bonet.
Photographed for Entertainment Weekly.
Part of Carhartt's 2015 National TV Campaign, Rain Defender, was produced by Jason Momoa and BAM's production banner, Pride of Gypsies. The spot was shot almost entirely in Creede, Colorado.
In addition to producing, BAM was also the cinematographer.
The Woodsman was BAM's first collaboration with Carhartt who hired his production company with Jason Momoa, Pride of Gypsies, to create several spots introducing the Carhartt Woodsman. The Woodsman, a craft pale ale, is the partnership of both Carhartt and New Holland Brewing Co.
Music by Michael Hayes
Road to Paloma is Jason Momoa's directorial debut and Pride of Gypsies first feature film. It was a single camera production that took the crew across 5 states and was shot entirely on the Canon 5D Mark II. EFilm by Deluxe handled the DI supervised by legendary colorist Yvan Lucas.
BAM served as producer alongside Momoa in addition to being the film's cinematographer.
The film was lauded in both The New York Times & The Los Angeles Times.
BAM was hired by FX to direct, edit, and shoot promotional spots from the show's grassroots road tour which took both it's stars, Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James across the US.
Carhartt Force is the summer spot for Carhartt's 2015 National TV Campaign which features World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner. The spot was produced by Pride of Gypsies.
In addition to serving as producers the spot was directed by Jason Momoa and shot by BAM.
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