Kodak: Studio, Boys, Key, Radio City, Club, Bus, Balcony

September 21, 2011Filed under Film and Electronics, Technology
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LA-based Robot Film director Chris Robinson captures recording artists easily sharing their photos with friends in Kodak’s youth-oriented ‘SO Kodak’ campaign, out of Partners + Napier, Rochester, NY. The spots target a youth audience with the message that Kodak’s m590 is the only camera that allows you to connect with Facebook, Kodak Gallery, Flickr and YouTube to share your photos directly from your camera. Robinson captures pop personalities Drake, Trey Songz, Pitbull and Rihanna in spectacular environments.

Advertising Agency:Partners + Napier, Rochester NY USA
Ceo:Jeff Gabel
Vp, Creative Services:Lisa Kreienberg
Creative Group Supervisor:Gretchen Bye
Copywriter:Greg Shainman
Account Executive:Christina Davidson
Creative Director:Stanley Yorker
Production Company:Robot Film, La
Director:Chris Robinson
Executive Producer:Roseanne Cunningham
Dp:Jonathan Sela, John Perez
Producer:Jil Hardin, Marcus Lansdell
Art Director:Robb Buono
Editorial:Final Cut
Editor:Michael Dartwadsworth, Jeff Buchanan
Assistant Editor:Phil Brooks
Telecine:Company 3
Colorist:Billy Gabor
Online:Mass Market
Visual Fx:Mass Market
Lead Flame Artists:Mark French, Julian Ford
Flame:Anu Nagaraj
2d Artist:Adam Flynn
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