Ned Hurley: Film Editor / Media Producer

Posts tagged with "Twin Cities"

Jul 11 '14
Soapcast - Americana Artist Profile: Steven Lang

Summer means another slew of Soapcasts. I’m now in my fifth year of producing the (now officially award-winning) podcast.

This batch of conversations for the Americana exhibition was a real joy to put together. All the artists were extremely excited about their work and forthcoming with great anecdotes.

Posted above is an example, my piece with photographer Steven Lang.

If you’re MPLS local, check out the show before it closes next month.

Tags: The Soap Factory Steven Lang Americana MPLS Minneapolis Twin Cities MSP Soapcast

Aug 6 '12

This past weekend was an overwhelming experience to say the least. We had a marathon shoot for the Wild Cathedral music video that has now resulted in some of the most exciting, intriguing and out-there footage I’ve ever concocted or directed. A huge part of that is due to the gangbuster crew I had assembled, who were willing to provide and encourage a multitude of weird and wonderful ideas to feed into the project.

Even more thanks are in order to all the band members, extras and dancers who donated their time to be in front of the camera. They were energetic and willing to try anything. I was totally astounded by all their hard work.

Above you’ll see some photos from Saturday, taken by AC Jacob Gulliver, that give a little glimpse into what exactly we were up to.

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Aug 3 '12
Getting ready to shoot a music video for Twin Cities band Wild Cathedral. I’ve worked with Chris Williams, one of the two main singers and songwriters from the band, previously on Keys, in which he played the younger piano player who comes upon a warehouse full of pianos.
This time around, we’re still very much going for a ramshackle, cobbled together look on this set and so far I think it looks fantastic! What you see above is a very basic shot of what the laboratory set we’ve been working on for the past few days is turning out to be.
Getting very excited about this!

Getting ready to shoot a music video for Twin Cities band Wild Cathedral. I’ve worked with Chris Williams, one of the two main singers and songwriters from the band, previously on Keys, in which he played the younger piano player who comes upon a warehouse full of pianos.

This time around, we’re still very much going for a ramshackle, cobbled together look on this set and so far I think it looks fantastic! What you see above is a very basic shot of what the laboratory set we’ve been working on for the past few days is turning out to be.

Getting very excited about this!

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