Pushing Burlington’s Art Scene Towards Sustainability.

Video

For years, the Moran Plant was an abandoned power plant. Erick Crockenberg, Tad Cooke, and Charlie Tipper sought to change that. The building is now being developed into a self-sustaining event and arts space that produces more energy than it consumes. We partnered with the project leaders to produce a creative series of videos about the space to help envision what the future will hold inside of this unique building.

BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]
BADBADNOTGOOD @ Moran Plant [Music Video & Brand Collaboration]

Do_

Audio Production
Video Production
Photography
Booking | Programming

Team_

Photography – Monika Rivard
Video – George Watts, Jeff Caulo,  Tim Ciavara
Audio – Sk Studio
Booking | Programming – Sk Presents