EP*Vision, helmed by multi-talented creative director Maryam Parwana, has launched it's new website, showcasing it's latest work in entertainment and commercial production. For more than two years the creative studio has produced graphics, titles, music videos, etc. and now is officially expanding into the commercial production industry."We plan to launch into each project with the spirit of collaboration, passion and honesty," noted Parwana. "With a deeply talented roster, we have the resources to put together the proper amount of design, direction and technique into every project, striving to create work that leaves our clients and collaborators inspired and happy, regardless of size."
EP*Vision's work is infused with intuitive direction and style; inspired by life, music, history, street culture, sub culture, science, fashion and art. With six years experience at Rockstar Games, Parwana's intuition and taste served her well alongside the extraordinary cutting-edge team. She has worked on an impressive amount of art assets and delivered intros for titles such as the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, GTA IV, Midnight Club 3:Dub Edition and Bully, to name a few. She understands the non-linear approach to directing and producing animated work and has already proved successful on a handful of lifestyle branded content pieces as well as traditional spots.Most recently the studio delivered a fresh and modern in-stadium graphics package and broadcast spots for Major League Baseball's Washington Nationals. Their body of work also includes direct-to-client projects for Levi's, a slew of spots for Sears, a Nokia spot in collaboration with Wieden + Kennedy, and a 50th anniversary spot for Dr Martens starring The Raveonettes. The team has also produced music videos for artists like Eliza Doolittle, Si*Sé and Panic Bomber; a full graphics package for Comedy Central's Sam Kinison: Back from Hell; photo animations and graphics for the comedy documentary Just Like Us; DVD menu designs and animation for HBO's Justin Timberlake: Future Sex/Love Show; HBO open logos for Robin Williams: Weapons of Mass Destruction, Will Ferrell: You're Welcome America; and George Lopez: Tall, Dark, & Chicano; and open titles for Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger."We're off to a great start, We'd love to build EP*Vision's arsenal with branded lifestyle spots, films, music driven projects and digital content that can benefit from our off-beat manner," stated Parwana.EP*Vision will benefit from a close relationship with sister company East Pleasant, which has recently produced work for Adidas, Yahoo! Mail, Sprite and Nissan. "We look forward to working in tandem with East Pleasant to produce a range of interesting and creative projects," noted Strohm. "We will share resources in all aspects of our business, from talent to facilities, to put out work tailored to our client's needs."
Visit EP*VisionAbout EP*VisionUnited by a passion to stay creative, to collaborate and to inspire, EP*Vision is driven to create work that showcases our eclectic taste buds. No matter the size of the project, our goal is always to enhance work with unadulterated imagination and emotion. Founded in February 2009 by company principals Maryam Parwana, Damien Drake, David Weinstein, Stash Slionski and Xander Strohm, we're a collective of designers, animators, directors and artists who bring together our skills to create a fun, stylish, challenging, experimental, sexy and beautiful range of work. EP*V can fully direct, produce or simply add some flavor to your next project, and is equipped to handle 2D, 3D design and animation, live-action, illustration and photography.
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