Say hey to Ricardo Weibezahn, Senior Video Artist extraordinaire. Get to know a little bit more about Ricardo and the work he’s doing here at Park & Battery.
Question 1: Hey Ricardo! What brings you to Park & Battery?
The thrill of being involved at the start of something new, and it’s especially better when you are surrounded by awesome talented individuals.
Question 2: What’s your favorite piece of work you’ve ever made?
I recently made a short comedy video that has not stopped being funny after multiple watches. It also became a great way to gather some of my closest friends and collaborate on something we felt proud of.
(Want to see Ricardo’s work? Check out the unboxing video he made for Park & Battery below.)
Question 3: What’s your favorite piece of work you didn’t make (but wish you did)?
Back in 2018, Gucci’s spring-summer campaign surprised me with some of the best visuals I have ever contemplated through the screen of my phone. The project was “Gucci Hallucination,” which brought the work of Spanish surrealist artist Ignasi Monreal to life. Beautiful animations through simple execution accompanied by minimalist natural sounds. I would have loved to be part of a project such as this.
Question 4: What do you like most about working at Park & Battery?
I have spent most of my professional years working for large broadcasting companies. P&B feels like hitting the reset button, a fresh perspective on things. I really enjoy how hard we work on our projects to make them fun, unique and engaging.
Question 5: What are you looking forward to?
A future packed with new experiences and lessons. I want to see how far art can take me.
Question 6: If we could meet you at any intersection in the world, where are we going and what are we doing?
For sure I’d be taking you to drink coffee. Nothing like good quality Cafecito and a nice chat about whatever we feel like talking about.