Working closely with Director Norberto Garcia and Director of Photography Lerry Kin, Ample Creative was able to push the envelope by bringing new and fresh ideas to the music video space through unique settings and visuals, going as far as creating a scene with floating furniture for one of Y2’s performances.
Ample has teamed up with JP Castillo to create JP Castillo’s ‘Jugar Al Amor’ which has skyrocketed to be one of his most viewed videos and streamed songs to date. Ample’s team scouted a series of locations and carefully selected and crafted each location used, to match an emotional layer painted by the lyrics in the song.
Ample’s Director Norberto Garcia continued his collaboration with artist and director LAMadeIT for Ralph Tresvant’s Dreamy new music video 'Don’t Stop'. Norberto comments "We wanted to stay true to classic R&B Dance videos with a modern twist. We collaborated with a great team of dancers that accompanied Ralph on his pursuit of a girl who appears in his dreams after falling asleep in his car while stranded in the middle of the desert.”
Ample Director Norberto Garcia worked with Jorge Peniche and Streetwise Gear on this short documentary highlighting Huero in his Artist Series collaboration with the brand. The documentary showcases Huero’s upbringing, introduction to tattooing, and his definition of being ‘StreetWise’.
Ample Director Norberto Garcia worked with Jorge Peniche and Streetwise Gear on this short documentary highlighting Flaks in his Artist Series collaboration with the brand. The documentary showcases Flaks’ upbringing, introduction to tattooing, and his definition of being ‘StreetWise’.
In a time in which the conversation of guns and gun ownership is highly disputed, Ample and Stone Poetry worked together in bringing a new narrative to this music video by handpicking real people to tell their stories and experiences with guns in interview form. Cutting between interview and music video, the goal with a piece of this length is to keep the audience enticed every second of the way, and we at Ample like to think that the narrative and lyrics of this song paired with strong visuals does just that.