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Music Video Director/Visual Artist Anders Rostad, Shares His Origins, Inspirations, and Opinions on the Future of Branded Artist Content

In this episode, we are joined by Jesse’s longtime friend, Anders Rostad. Anders is an accomplished short form director and visual artist who has worked with clients such as Big Grams (Big Boi and Phantogram), Band of Skulls, Vogue, and Facebook AI Research. At the studio, Anders opens up about the highs and lows of directing, shares some great set disaster stories, and talks with our hosts about producing quality content in an era where media preference is largely democratized.

In This Episode:

01:45 – Travels with Anders
04:40 – Keeping Creative
07:30 – Pre-Production for Music Videos
14:00 – Getting into the Music Video Industry
16:00 – Are Music Videos Simply Brand Commercials?
21:15 – The Director’s Skill Set
23:25 – Producing Quality Creative Now that Media is Democratized
31:45 – Set Disasters
36:35 – Most Fulfilling Parts of Being a Director
37:45 – “If You Could Do Anything Else, What Would it Be?”
38:45 – Brand Work
40:50 – Anders’ Top Picks
41:50 – Upcoming Projects

Links:

00:00 – Anders Rostad Website
01:05 – Desert Friends
04:15 – Martin Garrix
04:25 – Big Grams (Big Boi & Phantogram) – “Fell in the Sun” Music Video
19:10 – The Kluger Agency
32:00 – Kaskade (DJ)
39:00 – Ali Younes Couture
40:55 – Woodkid
41:30 – Lana Del Rey “Blue Jeans” Music Video
42:15 – Facebook AI Research
48:05 – Episode 20 & 21 with Doug Kincade on Blurred
48:45 – Anders’ Twitter @AndersRostad

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