Editing for Feature Film — Television — Music Video — Commercial
VFX — Photo-Real CG — Seamless Compositing
Color & Post for Commercial, TV & Features
Animation — Main Titles — Motion Design — Live Action — Commercials
Movie Teasers & Trailers — Film & Television Marketing
Music Supervision — Custom Music + Sound — Licensing
Primary’s Kya Lou Grades HBO’s Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground
A follow-up to Henry Hampton’s iconic Civil Rights docuseries, directed by Sophia Nahli Allison.
A Vivid Portrait of Val Kilmer Gets the Primary Treatment at the Hands of Daniel de Vue
Almost as if he planned to release an autobiographical documentary one day, Val Kilmer kept a camera rolling since he was 12 years old.
Primary’s Kya Lou Expresses a Painterly Look in Sonadora
Art imitates life in this short film about finding opportunity for expression.
“The One and Only Dick Gregory” Colored by Gregory Reese of the One and Only Primary
“Dick Gregory lived an amazing life, and I wanted the footage to reflect that.”
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Primary Welcomes New Colorist Kya Lou
An editor and photographer turned Colorist, Kya brings skill, artistry, and a fresh perspective to the Primary team.
Rock Paper Scissors and Primary Collaborate on the Inspiring Documentary, “A Tiny Ripple of Hope”
In a film about the true cost of progress, dedication is the currency.
a52, Primary, and Rock Paper Scissors Collaborate on the Microsoft Mesh Campaign
“The future is here, and here can be anywhere.”
Super Bowl LV Commercials Were a MakeMake Family Affair
For us, the football game was not the Tom Brady versus Patrick Mahomes event, it was the ultimate Sunday for creative advertising.
Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart Comes to Life with an ‘80s Look Thanks to Primary’s Daniel de Vue
One of the many unique qualities present in the commercial advertising Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart is that what exactly Omega Mart is remains elusive.
Primary’s Gregory Reese Colors A Groundbreaking McDonald’s Campaign
30 years after McDonalds made a corporate first by naming a meal after Michael Jordan, chart-topping rapper Travis Scott has become the second individual in history to receive a value meal named in his honor.