Daddy Van specializes in Digital Video Production for musicians in the live setting. We design the digital video designs for a performer's live performance, which plays a crucial part in the live experience. Our videos have been seen by hundreds of thousands of people enjoying Maroon 5, Nine Inch Nails, Dave Matthews Band, and Mötley Crüe shows since 2004.
Due to our diverse clientele, Daddy Van has the ability to match any musical style. For Disturbed's 2011 tour in support of their latest album "Asylum", lead video designer Charlie Terrell created several eerie scenes to back the band. From fragmented shots of decrepit hospital equipment to scenes of fire, Disturbed's digital video echoed their dark sound and used different types of imagery commonly associated with the mentally disturbed.
We can also accomplish the minimal goals of some of the country's hottest bands. When working with Maroon 5, the band wanted something to match their new material from 2011's Hands All Over, which has a very funky tone. The end result was a series of vibrant color swirls, shapes, and backdrops to accent their performance. A similar approach was used for the Rascal Flatts' "White Out" tour.
When working with the musical elite, like Mötley Crüe or Aerosmith, the digital video production takes on a more direct approach. Iconic songs as "Sweet Emotion" and "Girls, Girls, Girls" always provide the challenge of combining the old and new. As a digital video production company, we try to paint these songs in a new light while also preserving their legacy.
Daddy Van is capable of any different digital video production style. If you have a vision, then we have a solution. From minimal color-scapes, to more narrative driven digital video production, to just enhancing the audience experience at their favorite hard rock show, Daddy Van can accomplish all your digital video production needs.