We bring creativity, intelligence, and a high level of technical skill to any type of project—which is why we’ve produced, directed, shot, and/or edited everything from music and live concert videos to documentary and narrative films, as well as all types of commercial and industrial projects. Our recent work reflects that diversity; including producing a series of videos for Circuit of the Americas’ inaugural season of Formula 1, directing a series of educational videos on a group of fine artists funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, and shooting the Flaming Lips and Gary Clark Jr. for the Warner Live Room series.
We have a particular love for and expertise in music. Since we decided to call the “Live Music Capital of the World” home and established Yellow House in Austin in 2007, we’ve been fortunate enough to collaborate with a diverse range of supremely talented musicians on a wide spectrum of projects, from EPKs and music videos to documentaries and live concert production to soundtracks and scoring. Here are just a few of the artists we’ve proudly worked with:
Eminem, 50 Cent, Gary Clark Jr, The Decemberists, The Flaming Lips, Ghostland Observatory, Fitz & Tantrums, Joy Formidable, Liz Phair, Ruthie Foster, Dawes, Hard Proof, Alt J, Mingo Fishtrap, Grupo Fantasma, Gina Chavez, Delta Spirit, Danzig, Queens of the Stone Age, Chromeo, Glitch Mob, Rob Garza/Thievery Corporation, Theophilus London, Lupe Fiasco, Lionel Ritchie, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Rebelution, Girl in a Coma
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Curtis Pollock, founder of the Yellow House Studios, is an award-winning director and producer as well as an accomplished writer, videographer, and editor with extensive experience in film, video and television (on shows such as Michael Moore’s The Awful Truth, Saturday Night Live, and Survivor). His first feature, 30, was selected for the Philadelphia International Film Festival and Portland’s Longbaugh Festival.
Curtis has since produced the 2015 SXSW Grand Jury Award–winning narrative short film The Samaritans, and directed the documentaries Why We Sing and Discovering Raku, which were National Endowment for the Arts grant winners.
Most recently, Curtis and the Yellow House Studios produced live satellite broadcasts for National Geographic’s Earth: Live and Amazon Prime, and shot the PBS documentary The Paley-James Project.
AWARDS AND GRANTS