"Lowe Family Holiday" for Ancestry
This spot for Ancestry was shot documentary style with a loose script and lots of freedom in editing. The final product was delivered as a full 3 minute version, along with several shorter variations to be distributed across multiple platforms, silmilar to "Liftoff," which Stubbs edited for Lenovo.
"When I Get Home" by Solange Knowles
Working out of hotels, spare bedrooms, and airplane seats, Stubbs edited music videos, art installations, live concerts, and commercials with Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson for two years. The most ambitious of those projects was When I Get Home, a forty minute visual album that played in museums around the world.
"Inferno: Making the Expendables" for Lionsgate
Stubbs worked closely with Sylvester Stallone for more than a year, digging through massive amounts of footage to create this feature length documentary that chronicles Stallone’s experience writing, directing, and starring in the first Expendables movie.
Dawn DeDeaux: The Space Between Worlds
Stubbs created this short profile of sculptural artist Dawn DeDeaux's retrospective for The New Orleans Museum of Art. He has worked with the museum to create unique content for multiple exhibitions. Additional videos can be seen in the portfolio below.
"Yeezy Season One" for Kanye West
After seeing a viral video created by Stubbs, Kanye West reached out to collaborate. The beginning of this clip features the audio intro Stubbs created for West’s first show at New York Fashion Week, based on Stubbs' video, Kanye West's New Testament.
Music Tastes Good Festival
Stubbs produced, shot, and edited a series of 27 videos to promote Music Tastes Good, a music and food festival in Long Beach, CA. The documentary style series highlights some of the chefs involved, such as Chef Rachel Aranow, Ellie's Restaurant, and Long Beach Creamery.
"National Television" for The Ogden Museum
National Television, which features a video synthesized version of season one of The Bachelor playing on loop on Stubbs' grandmother's television, premiered at The Ogden Museum. Stubbs has had multiple video installations exhibited at The Ogden, and he has worked with other artists to help them realize pieces for the Hammer Museum, Prospect 1, the New Orleans Museum of Art, and galleries around the world.
Stubbs is currently working on a feature length documentary about fact vs fiction and how we choose to trust. It features a hypnotist, a sleight of hand artist, amateur wrestlers, authors, historians, the poetry editor for the New Yorker, and many more. Reach out for more information.