Your event was a truly mystical , aesthetical but intellectually cathartic moment for me. I have finally understood what it is that people consciously or unconsciously try to achieve via sacred rites. It has been a fantastic experience for me, appealing to both my emotions - and my reason. Again, thank you. -- Guy-Philippe Goldstein.

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Red Bull commissioned The Windmill Factory to create high impact moments for two emerging artists River Tiber and Charlotte Day Wilson. We designed simple but effective designs for a Toronto one off show each design showcasing the tone of the musician. For Charlotte Day Wilson's soft poetic soulful sound we created a surprise moment for her hit song, "Work." Layers of flowing scrim cascaded from the ceiling to capture projected heartfelt moments of deep connections with couples of all races, genders, and ages. This softness was contrasted for River Tiber's following set with bright colored planer lasers creating sharp architecture of light throughout the venue. This strong gesture helped support his driving electronic pulse.

New York City, NY

Creative Direction by Jon Morris
Production by Ana Constantino
Video Design by Rob Sheridan and Deborah Johnson of Candystations
Lighting Design by Dan Hadley
Photos by Will O'Hare
Special Thanks to Tyler Gilstrap, Marcus Swagger, 11th Street, Molo Design, Moment Factory, and Cipriani.

Vogue -- “A film noir–turns–twisted fairy-tale nightmare? Red lips and gold lamé? Yes please!”

Co-Directed by Jon Morris and Michael McQuilken
Produced by Ana Constantino and Clementine Seely

"I'm laughing so hard, i'm crying!!  great video!" --nighthawknina86
"When a couple of inflatables get more action than I do." Jay Gonzales 
"We just watched Wacky, waving, inflatable arm flailing tube people get it on. This is why I love Andrew lmao." -- WoodBLike
"This video is cool because the way that the  beginning of love feels JUST LIKE being a wacky arm flailing inflatable tube man." -- Payton Hertel
"This is now my favourite music video, thank you for making it!" -- Amanda Park