Tag Archive | music video

“King Of Queens” – Playdough

If you only follow my work via this site, this project may have crept up on you. Truthfully, I kept the artist and title completely under wraps until the day before release. Even still, it was really just a couple weeks of preproduction before we filmed and two weeks after that for a release. Needless to say, I didn’t have much time to blog (tease) any of the process. It was an absolute honor to work with Playdough, and I hope it shows how dedicated he is to his art through this clip. Please watch in HD, share it, and pray for me as I get ready to attend the Vegas Cine Fest In just ONE WEEK!

Directed by Jason Frerking
Released September 25, 2012


Playdough’s new album “Writer Dye: Deux or Die” will be available for FREE, October 22, 2012!

“Close to You” – Priesthood

Here’s a brand new video that I filmed and edited for well-known Gospel rap group Priesthood.  They came to me with a vision and locations already in mind, and it was my job to really let their heart of worship shine through visually.  The outcome is this video.  I truly hope it blesses you.  If you know somebody that needs uplifting and encouragement today, pass it along.  I’ll be doing one more video with Priesthood later this year.  Now I finish prepping for my shoot THIS weekend!  God is good!

Directed by Jason Frerking & Priesthood
Released September 3, 2012


We’re Goin’ to VEGAS, Baby!

That’s right! The music video I directed for Mr. J. Medeiros’ “Pale Blue Dot” is an official selection at the Vegas Cine Fest International Film Festival! This year, the annual fest will be held at the gorgeous Palms Casino and Resort from October 3rd-6th, 2012! Over 120 short films, feature films, documentaries, animations, and music videos will be shown over the course of 4 days at the resort, including ours!

I’m super-excited to be a part of this. Truthfully, I’ve never been in such a large festival before, so I don’t exactly know what to expect. I’m looking forward to taking in all sorts of films, hearing from other filmmakers about their process, and – hopefully – enjoying some Vegas night life with my wife WITHOUT the munchkin in tow (potentially the most exciting part)!

If you’re in Vegas or think you might want to take a trip and share in the experience, tickets and other information can be found at www.vegascinefest.com! They are updating the site a lot right now, and hopefully will have the official schedule posted in the next few days.