The name Unemployable is something that always makes people either laugh (laugher is the best medicine! ) or go “hum, let me think about that one…”. Musicians & filmmakers are that special type of artist that typically do not have the skills that make them highly "employable". In essence the collective was formed to support artists who, though not always traditionally employed, contribute a great deal to our society. Through art, we tell stories, express every possible emotion, heal our wounds and so much more.
We have a combined work experience of over 20 years in the film, online, marketing and music industries. Our professional music supervisors growing music library allow for easy acces to high quality music.
Pre-production expertise includes; scripting, artistic direction, hiring crews, developing budgets, location scouting, casting, photography.
Post-production expertise includes; Musical direction, editing, music licensing & supervision, sound design, color correction, After-Effects/Photoshop graphics & title sequencing.
The Unemployable Group was formed as a way to bring together the talent and experience of a community of artists who are inspired to tell stories ignored by the mainstream or seen as "controversial". You can either laugh or you can cry out it total frustration; we prefer to laugh (but we also cry a lot too).
“I think I should have no other mortal wants, if I could always have plenty of music. It seems to infuse strength into my limbs, and ideas into my brain. Life seems to go on without effort, when I am filled with music.” –George Elliot
"Monkey" is a song that questions one's belief in something that clearly isn't for everyone - polygamy.
This video was created for Stoked, an organization that creates after school surf, skate snowboard programs for at risk youth.
This experimental film is about a visitor to Brooklyn who is taken on a journey through the city using clues drawn on napkins.
Artists often have a heightened sense of awareness. Because of this, they can be extremely sensitive to synchronistic experiences. We investigate this seemingly mysterious phenomenon while deepening our understanding of how esoteric concepts such as resonance, vibrations and intention setting affect the creative process. Currently accepting music submissions. Visit the website here to learn more about the project.
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