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Hale Bob dresses modern, fashion forward women such as Sofia Vergara, Eva Longoria, Heidi Klum, Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek, Halle Berry and Cindy Crawford in feminine, chic and distinctive clothing. It was our distinct honor to cover all of the media for his new line at his fashion show during Fashion Week in New York City. Created from the highest quality fabrics and recognized for thier exclusive, colorful prints, Hale Bob creates the feeling of chic, sexy and free. This collection basks in the signatutre Hale Bob’s flirtatious and feminine, yet relaxed style.


NOT just another Boy Band. Meet WELL-STRUNG, four young, handsome, talented musicians who play classical instruments and who also sing.  They mash up classsical muisc with current pop songs to create something really special.  We had a Blast Prodcuing their very fisrt music video here.


Our good friends at Global Visual Group turned to us once again to produce a video of their charity fashion show event, benefiring North Shore Animal League.  They needed a celebrity host, and we delivered Brian Balthazar.  Models glided down the runway in designer Hale Bob couture - complete with available pets to be adopted in tow. Thousands of dollars were raised, many pets found forever homes, and the night overall was an absolute success.  


New York City rock group CHAMELEON has a distinct sound, and needed a dsitinct look in their videos to match that mood - modern yet soulfoul. Jimmy Negron Directed and shot   

these fantastic music videos melding a gritty Brooklyn edge with an elegant artisitic simplicity.  The two worlds interchange and transform seemlessly - much like a chameleon. Enjoy!   


Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Rihanna,   Lil Kim, Madonna, Missy Elliot, Elton John, the Kardashinas, etc. have all been spotted wearing Stevie Boy eyewear.  He held his very first 'sea' inspired clothing line fashion show named X2SEA in New York City, during Fashion Week and we were there to capture all of the cool styles and hot looks. 

Global Visual Group brought Rio to Manhattan in a spectauclar Brazilian themed event for their retail design collective kickoff.  Carnival dancers in traditional dress, live music performances, samba dancing, authentic cocktails and food, all in a tropical jungle like setting, and a packed house made this a night to remember.  



A fashion industry veteran, Rebecca Szymczak has designed for global brands including NIKE, DKNY and PLAYBOY, and we were thrilled to be part of her new line,'VOYEUR's 

launch fashion show during Fashion Week. This collection is inspired by pushing the boundries of traditional gender roles, utilizing mens inspired details on extremely feminine and sexy silhouettes. Her line was featured at Lady Ga Ga's album launch, and is worn by celebrities including; Emma Roberts, Anna-Sophia Robb, Kelly Osbourne, Ivy Levan, Rose McGowan, and Countess LuAnn De Lesseps - featured here with Rebecca at the show.   


We believe in giving back, and so we were happy to Co-Sponsor the I MOVE initiative launch party with CLOUT 5. I MOVE is a celebrity studded charity event series that travels around the country with different project topics, focused on educating and inspiring young people to become game-changers in the future. SPITZFLIX covered all the media at the event including; step and repeat celebrity interviews, all video production, and all still photography as well.  


We provided all of the digital signage for the Super Bock beer display at the City Harvest's Summer in the City Charity Evevnt in New York City, held in the beautiful Metropolitan Pavilion Events & Production Services.

We hit the ground running early on a beautiful summer day in Central Park to capture all the fun with the New York Road Runners charity marathon. Seperate races took place for the adults, and there were even races for kids of all age groups. There were DJ's spinning high energy music to get the croud up and pumping. It was a family friendly fun and healthy way to enjoy the beauty of the park. 



"Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"  INDISTRY live-streamed the grand opening of the traveling Saturday Night Live exhibit in Chicago and covered all of the stars on the Red Carpet. Joseph Nunez was our Host and chatted with current and alum cast members, and took us on a tour through the entire exhibit. 



It was an absolute thrill to be part of the star studded launch party for INDISTRY TV. Mario Lopez was the celebrity Host for the evening and even did a qiuck stint behind the bar mixing drinks to help raise funds for the honored charity - the Susan G. Komen foundation. Chicago's very own Showbiz Shelley did Red Carpet interviews of the INDISTRY original Stars and Casts as they arrived, and there was even a surprise VIP concert of INDISTRY emerging musicians Greg Marks, Z Verse, Raquel Castro, and Jay Sean as well.  The event was also live-streamed so that subscribers of the app could attend virtually in real-time.    

Media Production

HAPPENING A Clean Energy Revolution    

It was an honor to have worked with INDISTRY on the screening of legendary filmmaker Jamie Redford's groundbreaking new film, 'Happening A Clean Energy Revolution', at The Virgin Hotel Chicago, with the support of Sir Richard Branson. It was a star studded event with a Q&A section featuring Jamie after the screening. The night was also in support of his non-profit the Redford Center.



Rock legend Dave Navarro shares his intimate struggles of growing up and the murder of his mother in his powerful new documentary  'Mourning Son.' It was extremely moving to have worked on the screening of this film with INDISTRY in partnership with Virgin Hotels Chicago.   


RM - 72

RM - 72 is a series of events that encourages young entrepreneurs to put purpose and doing good at the very core of their business strategies. It was inspring to work with INDISTRY and Virgin Hotels to make this event the illuminating success that it was.  



A celebration of diversity and art by INDISTRY and Virgin Hotels. Live performances by Singer Michael Blume and Ru Paul's Drag Race Star Shae Coulee. The event was also in support of the It Gets Better Project.   

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