Posts Tagged ‘Joel Isaksson’

Two spots for Åbo Akademi University

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Well awesome. Together with the Eva Lingon crew we shot two short commercial spots for the International human rights law department at Åbo Akademi University a while back. Today both of the films were presented at the university as well as uploaded to the almighty internet thingy. One of the films in English and the [...]

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The Jerry Lindqvist & The Grace sessions!

Thursday, August 18th, 2011
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Well yes! A few days ago I went to Suomen Turku to grab a bunch of promotional shots of Jerry Lindqvist and his touring band called The Grace, hence the expression Jerry Lindqvist & The Grace, yes. And so, here you go guys, a selection of shots from our tour poster sessions at Panimoravintola Koulu in [...]

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World Premiere – The Cajunga

Thursday, August 4th, 2011
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Yes, the time has come! Welcome to the world premiere of The Cajunga’s brand new music video to their song “Baby Alright”, taken from their second album JERICHO due to be released on Wing Records in October 2011. Enjoy the first single/video, directed by Tage Rönnqvist and shot by Rasmus Tåg! ( The Cajunga – [...]

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Baby alright – the making of..

Monday, May 23rd, 2011
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So, yes! “A priest is a person authorized to perform the sacred rites of a religion…” Today we shot a new music video for The Cajunga, nice, this is for their first single “Baby alright” from their forthcoming second album. The thing was shot in Turku during a hectic 9 hours of hard labour. I can’t [...]

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The commercial shoot (part 1)

Thursday, February 24th, 2011
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That’s absolutely right, the time has come! Together with Ramedus, Adelias and Andy Maplefield we have arrived in Wasa a few hours ago to shoot two commercial spots for the Åbo Akademi University tomorrow morning. The commercial spots have been well planned and organized by a group of eager individuals at the University – now, [...]

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