Nike’s authentic ode to the MVP
Mike Sobo cut the Kevin Durant spot, which also features graphics from Black Hole.
It’s family first for Mercedes-Benz
Andrea MacArthur cut the heartwarming summer spot from Merkley + Partners.
Seeing ALS beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge
Charlie Johnston and Kenji Yamauchi cut the spots for the powerful campaign.
Andrea MacArthur and Amanda Perry cut spot for a renewed Wells Fargo
The spot from BBDO West aims to enliven the bank with a new narrative.
Ben Rodriguez is back at Lost Planet
Our newest addition to the Lost Planet team is Ben Rodriguez.
Kim Dubé cuts “Whatever, Dude” for Nike Women
We were thrilled to celebrate Shalane Flanagan’s tremendous accomplishments and the work that got her there.
Stephen Curry and Kaiser Permanente team up to talk mental health
Bruce Herrman cut the new spot for the NBA star.
Charlie Johnston gets playoff ready with the Boston Bruins
The spot out of MMB580 is proving the doubters wrong.
PJ Fabbrini cuts playful spot for Honda
Honda’s Dream Garage Spring Event is here and comes with a playful spot featuring Indy Car driver James Hinchcliffe, titled “There’s a Honda for Everyone.”
Get to know: Charlie Johnston
Hear from one of our Lost Planet mainstays on what led him to finding his passion.
Saar Klein cuts Budweiser’s touching 2018 Super Bowl spot
Budweiser is known for making a splash with their ads during the big game, but this year their turning the focus from beer to water.
Women filmmakers come together for ‘Mama Jane’
There’s no more pivotal relationship in a woman’s life than her relationship with her mom. Mama Jane, a short film cut by Kim Dubé, explores just that.
Celebrating Christmas with the NBA
Charlie Johnston’s latest comes as the next installment of the NBA’s “This Is Why We Play” campaign.
Saar Klein gets ‘Shanghai Fast’ for Nike
The new spot out of Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai takes a runner on an unexpected adventure.
Spreading the holiday magic for HP Spectre x360
“Reinvent Giving” out of BBDO San Francisco is the most recent spot in HP’s “Keep Reinventing” campaign.
Get to Know: Epy Carrieri
Epy filled us in on how he got his start in editing, his love for a good challenge, and life outside of the editing bay.
Bruce Herrman gets down with J.B. Smoove and Crown Royal
“It’s Apple Time” is the latest out of Anomaly for the Whiskey giant and their newly crowned “King of Flavor.”
Hank Corwin celebrates the fight with Nike out of Wieden + Kennedy Shanghai
Michael Mann directed “You Can’t Guarantee a Win, but You Can Guarantee a Fight.”
Epy Carrieri and Charlie Johnston cut “This is Big” for Exxon
Two Lost Planet editors lent their skills to a short and longform spot for Exxon.
Jay Rabinowitz cuts “My Cloud Home” out of RGA for Western Digital
The new spot stars Jimmy Chin as he climbs and documents his journey with Western Digital products.
Get to Know: PJ Fabbrini
You probably don’t know it, but you’ve seen a lot of PJ Fabbrini already… or at least a lot of his work.
Andrea MacArthur reinvents stories for HP India
“Reinvent My Story: Not Alone” out of BBDO shows the unity that HP Pavilion x360 can create from miles away.
PJ Fabbrini talks new full length documentary ‘Until There is Peace’
PJ Fabbrini is cutting a new documentary about UN Peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Bruce Herrman and Kim Dubé bring SAVOR.WAVS to Chipotle
The new spot from Chipotle takes the taste of a burrito to your ears with SAVOR.WAVS, the new immersive audio and visual experience inspired by Chipotle’s fresh ingredients.
Saar Klein and Federico Brusilovsky cut new spots for Nest Cam IQ
Two of our editors tag-teamed a new campaign for Nest, which offers thoughtful products for the home.
Andrea MacArthur and Kim Dubé edit BBDO’s new spots for HP
Two Lost Planet editors were at hand to cut a brand new campaign out of BBDO. Andrea MacArthur and Kim Dubé lent their editorial skills to highlight the latest and best for HP.
Charlie Johnston cuts Ogilvy’s latest for American Express
“Say no to no and get business done,” is the name of the game of American Express’ latest campaign out of Ogilvy, cut by our own Charlie Johnston.
Jason Dopko edits Neil Young’s “Children of Destiny”
Jason Dopko recently edited the newest music video for Neil Young + Promise of the Real’s “Children of Destiny,” released just in time for Fourth of July this week.
Hank Corwin cuts Chance the Rapper in a new Twitter campaign
Twitter launches a new campaign this week at Cannes entitled #SeeEverySide, cut by Lost Planet’s own Hank Corwin.
At home with Jack Daniel’s in Lynchburg, Tennessee, cut by Charlie Johnston
A new campaign for Jack Daniel’s out of Arnold Worldwide presents the case for the small town of 572 with “no shortage of team spirit.”
Watch “Stay with Me” for AT&T, cut by Charlie Johnston
Charlie Johnston cuts a new, captivating spot for AT&T out of BBDO, directed by Matt Aselton.
Get to know: Mike Sobo
Originally from Newtown, Connecticut, editor Mike Sobo calls our Lost Planet New York office home.
Kenji Yamauchi cuts an alternative Oscars speech for Samsung and Wieden+Kennedy
Samsung and Wieden+Kennedy put the new makers front-and-center in a new campaign starring Casey Neistat that aired during the Academy Awards and edited by our own Kenji Yamauchi.
Jay Rabinowitz, Saar Klein, and Mike Sobo cut Cadillac’s rousing campaign for the Oscars
Cadillac’s latest campaign, which includes the stunning ad “Carry,” premiered during the Oscars telecast last night.
Saar Klein teams up with Here Be Dragons, Samsung, and 24 for a virtual reality firefight
Three minutes of immersive VR celebrates the return of 24 by letting you be your own Jack Bauer.
Andrea MacArthur cuts a charming campaign for Barbie
For these dads, days are filled with football, rough-housing, riding dirt bikes… and playing Barbie.
Bruce Herrman inspires with Adidas “One in a Billion” ad
Adidas takes on its first Chinese campaign in partnership with 72andSunny and Prettybird’s Max Malkin that celebrates the incredible athleticism and determination across disciplines around the country.
Max Koepke edits Kyrie Irving and Questlove for Nike’s “Improv”
Nike’s latest short film “Improv” follows Cleveland Caveliers’ point guard and NBA MVP Kyrie Irving in a “fiery new Nike commercial,” cut by Max Koepke that promotes the Kyrie 3 shoe.
Get to know: Jason Dopko
A Midwesterner by birth, Jason Dopko is an integral part of the family of talented editors based in our Los Angeles office.
A lot of love for Reginald William’s “Being in Like”
Black Hole is Lost Planet’s talented amalgam of designers, dreamers, visual artists and practical ideasmiths. Reginald William Butler is one such talented dreamer, both in his work as a designer and in his alternative occupation as a gifted musician.
Lost Planet Partners With Philip Fox Mills on Sales
Philip has worked on the production company side as a Sales EP for the following companies over the years, Satellite/Propagenda, RSA Films where he resided as the east coast EP for 13 years.
Federico Brusilovsky edits Nike’s “The Next Wave”
“The Next Wave” out of Wieden+Kennedy Shanghai brings a kinetic energy to Nike that’s stunningly choreographed to get you motivated.
Hank Corwin and Saar Klein discuss “The New World” for the Criterion Collection
The Criterion Collection’s “The New World” release features a 40 minute long interview with editors Hank Corwin and Saar Klein.
PJ Fabbrini edits Tom Petty’s new music video directed by Sean Penn and Sam Bayer
Film, photography, and music heavyweights collaborate on Mudcrutch’s emotive “I Forgive It All.”
NY’s Kim Dubé heads west
In our Get To Know series, we shine a light on one of our very own. Today, we hear from Kim Dubé who in her six year tenure has cut work for Jack Daniels, Verizon, Nike, and CoachUp, amongst others.
Ben Rodriguez Jr. edits Paul Schrader’s “Dog Eat Dog”
Not everyone gets to make their feature debut with legendary filmmaker Paul Schrader. But Ben Rodriguez Jr. did, with the gritty crime drama Dog Eat Dog starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe.
Watch MTV’s “Elect This”
Charlie Johnston edited the new campaign for MTV, which centers on the issues rather than the individuals that are dominating this election season.