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We documented Hills Snyder’s exhibition at Blue Star Art Complex this past September. As a part of the exhibition Hills performed a number of his original songs with accompaniment by Joe Reyes and Jeremiah Teutsch.

Hills Snyder

Joe Reyes

Joe Reyes

Hills Snyder and Jeremiah Teutsch

Hills Snyder and Mark Walley

We completed the film in celebration of Hills’ birthday just yesterday!

View more photos from this series on our Flickr page.

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Hyperbubble’s Jeff and Jess find themselves in trouble

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Hyperbubble’s Sneak Peek Music Video Party
SMART ART Project Art Space
Thursday, July 1, 2010
7:30pm – 9:00pm
1906 S Flores San Antonio, TX
All Ages Free Event

Walley Films presents: Candy Apple Daydreams
A music video directed by Mark and Angela Walley
Starring Hyperbubble, with Justin Parr, and introducing Smokey the cat
Written and Produced by Jess and Jeff DeCuir & Mark and Angela Walley
Featuring the song “Candy Apple Daydreams”, performed by Hyperbubble

Filmakers meet Art Rockers as two of San Antonios most imaginative duos team up for a blast of colorful cinematic fun! It’s non-stop action and adventure as Hyperbubble sing, play and solve a spooky mystery to the tune of “Candy Apple Daydreams”, the title track from their new album on Bubblegum Records. San Antonio filmmakers, Mark and Angela Walley, known for their mini-bios of local artists, jump head first into the world of music video, with this ridiculously enjoyable short film.

Jeff and Jess investigate the mystery

The film will have it’s worldwide Web debut July 2nd at www.hyperbubble.net where viewers can link to the video on YouTube, Vimeo (HD viewing), and also download a free iPhone MP4

Be the first to see the new video! Have cake and punch with the cast and crew!

View more stills on our Flickr • RSVP to the Event on Facebook!

Update: Watch Candy Apple Daydreams below!

-M&A

Hyperbubble Cake

We completed on location shooting with Hyperbubble yesterday afternoon. If you didn’t already know we’d been working with the synth pop duo since late last year on a music video for their new album Candy Apple Daydreams. Read blog post.

We had waited till the last shoot day to film all the scenes with their adorable cat Smokey. The set shown in these images was designed to be Smokey’s secret control room. Jeff from Hyperbubble did a great job constructing the “control panel” shown behind Smokey in the photo above.

View more photos on our flickr.