Hooligan - they mean business - self-promo
Don't mess with these bad-ass boys and their rocking soundtrack, they are here to let you know Hooligan is here --- and they mean business!
Hooligan (www.hooligannyc.com) a brand-new editorial entity, has launched in New York. Bringing together principal talent from industry-established creative editorial boutiques Chinagraph, Company X and 89 Edit, Hooligan offers offline and online editing services, as well as graphic design solutions, all under one roof. Founded by Eric Carlson, Barney Miller, Kane Platt and Rosemary Quigley, Hooligan is an artist-run coalition equipped for commercial, music video, broadcast television, film and new media projects. Located at 119 Fifth Ave., in NYC's Flatiron District, Hooligan will operate in the heart of the creative advertising world at its state-of-the-art studio, which features cutting-edge postproduction technology.
It's all in the namesake as Hooligan takes to the streets with a company manifesto to bring back the "classic" editing role, with exceptional talent, unrivalled client loyalty and a sheer willingness to fight for their creative vision.
"We've brought together a team of diversely creative minds and professionals who are deeply rooted in our industry," remarks Hooligan. "We are excited to offer our creative partners an atmosphere of creativity, integrity and experience with exceptional management. Whether it's a huge campaign or a small one-off, as Hooligan, we stand together, committed to our clients and prepared to 'fight' for them -- start to finish."
Partner/ Executive Producer Rosemary Quigley and Executive Producer Sue Wladar will guide Hooligan on the executive side, with a roster that includes: Eric Carlson, Kane Platt, Jordan Green, Greg Letson, Barney Miller, Jane Keller, Peter Mostert, Thomas Ostuni and Pete Slife.
From Madison Ave. to Park City, these award-winning editors have garnered Addy, AICP, Gold Lion, AICE, Loerie, MTV VMA, MOMA and Sundance honors, among countless others. With editorial expertise spanning multiple media platforms, Hooligan's roster of editors has collaborated with some of the industry's top music video, commercial and feature film directors. Their creative body of work has helped build brands and critically-acclaimed commercial campaigns, while forging loyal creative relationships with internationally renowned ad agency and network clients.
"Through the years, we've all admired each other's work from afar," concludes Hooligan. "As we explored the idea of coming together, the common thread was everyone's genuine dedication to their craft as artists, as well as the collaborative process to make the client's creative vision work. From producers and talent, all the way to our amazing support staff, we are many elements and one mind, which is a band of passionate, like-minded artists who simply want to do good work and be a part of it."
Hooligan has already wrapped up two broadcast commercials for Avon with pop superstar Fergie touting her new "Outspoken" fragrance, as well as an Olay spot featuring Sex & the City co-star Kim Cattrall. Hooligan is currently cutting the "Lights Out" show opener (HBO), commercial work for Microsoft (Deutsch), Olay (Saatchi) Vick's (Publicis) and Time Warner Cable (Ogilvy), as well as content for Digitas Health.
Please donate to keep adland alive. The Super Bowl Collection is the worlds one and only. It costs a minor fortune to keep up. If you love our efforts, please donate to keep the archive alive. You may also sponsor us with a large banner, advertise yourself as you help save our common advertising history.
Want to join adland?
Create an adgrunt account for 6 USD.
- It's hilarious how obsessed
7 min ago
- Also you have no idea how to
8 min 18 sec ago
- You are close, bitch. This is
10 min 2 sec ago
- The article is pointing out
7 hours 28 min ago
- Funny thing about websites,
8 hours 28 min ago
- That was really dumb
9 hours 24 min ago
- Subtle, guys. t(-_-t)
10 hours 43 min ago
- I take yours and raise you
11 hours 14 min ago
- ... They should have a
11 hours 49 min ago
- No idea mate, a bit of a
12 hours 34 min ago