Google Photos: Free Up Space
Edited by Union's Karen Kourtessis, “Google Photos: Free Up Space” (via Google Creative Lab) broke during the opening ceremonies of the Olympics, and played throughout. The spot tells the story of people in vastly different situations united by the fact that you only get one chance to capture once-in-a-lifetime moments. They’re thwarted by maxed out storage on their phones, but thanks to Google Photos you’ll never miss a moment again. The spot was honored with a Bronze Lion in the Film Craft - Editing category at the 2017 Festival of Creativity in Cannes.
Client: Google Photos | Title: Free Up Space
Agency: Google Creative Lab
Agency Producer: Trevor Joyce, Creative Director: Jesse Juriga, Creative: Devin Sharkey, Creative: Jean Sharkey, Creative: Kellan Davidson, Team Lead: Julian Pickard-Garcia
Editorial: Union NY
Editor: Karen Kourtessis, EP: Caryn Maclean, Senior Producer: Susan Motamed, Assistants: Talia Barrett & Ryan Stacom
Color: The Mill
Colorist: Fergus McCall, Senior Color Producer: Natalie Westerfield, Color Production Coordinator: Evan Bauer,
Mix: Heard City
Audio Mixer: Cory Melious, Audio Producer: Talia Rodgers, Audio Executive Producer: Sasha Awn, Managing Director: Gloria Pitagorsky
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