“Metamer” refers to an optical phenomena in which the human eye fails to perceive nuanced differences in color. Imagine you’re outside. In front of you, you see a door and a bench. Both the door and the bench appear to be the color “brown.” You perceive them as such and move on with your day. Who sits around looking at doors and benches anyways? But what if I told you the bench and the door are in fact two very different shades of brown? #803E0E and #8C4A1A, for example. That’s a metamer: something that seems to be one thing, but is in fact a different Thing.
Chief executive officer
Benjamin has produced, written, directed, shot and edited hundreds of films for Fortune 500 Companies, Luxury Brands, National Publications, and International 501(c)(3) Organizations including Audi of America, Procter & Gamble, The World Bank, The United Nations Foundation, U.S. News & World Reports, and many more. In his spare time, Benjamin also makes films.
Director of GRAPHICS AND DESIGN
Rachael is a talented and driven editor and motion graphics artist who graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Mexico. She previously worked for Albuquerque Public Schools building their film department from the ground up. She has also worked for RedPrint Strategy, creating several digital and broadcast ads for high profile congressional candidates.