Mike Bishop YG6
- Current Location: Venice California
- Originally From: Canada
- Studio: Personal Studio
Mike Bishop is a multidisciplinary creative director with a background in design and film production. His broad range of skills reaches from 3D and visual effects to photography and tactile design. This has lead him to direct award winning projects for top brands and agencies. His work has been published in global media outlets such as Computer Arts, IDN, Color Magazine, MISC, Transworld Snowboarding and Motionographer. As well as being a former Young Guns recipient, his work has received top honors within the action sports industry, receiving 3 video of the year awards from Transworld and Snowboarder Magazine. Bishop continues to produce award winning work from his studio in Venice California.
Project 1 of 5
Forever is the 5th annual video i've completed for Forum snowboards and one of the best ones yet. It was awarded Video of The Year at the Transworld Riders Poll, and John Jacksons part won video part of the year. It also recieved video of the year from Snowboarder magazine. For this years intros we took the live action approach and thought of creative ways to introduce each rider at various locations. The result is a playful mix of imagery, each one being fun and unique. Forever is available for download on itunes
Project 2 of 5
The Green Mountain Project, brought to you by Burton Snowboards and Mountain Dew reclaims plastic soda bottles to create materials that reduce our collective impact
Directed by Popular, production by Doomsday, post & vfx Mike Bishop.
Project 3 of 5
Special Blends first full length snowboard video came out free anywere that sells Special Blend outerwear. Have some lasers with your corn pops in outer space.
Project 4 of 5
Pro Snowboarder Jake Welch for Special Blend Outerwear 2012
Project 5 of 5
The title pretty much says on all on the 6th team video we've done for Forum. All rules went down the drain on this one and the result is a hilarious farce, chalk full of toilet humor and wild animals. It also won the 2011 "Video Of TheYear" award from Snowboarder Magazine.