Our friends at Camp Lucky build on its collaboration with Magnolia Network providing post-production on season two of Van Go.
In Van Go, Austinite and Chewy Design Co. owner Brett Lewis renovates vans into tiny homes on the road, innovating creative solutions and tackling the many challenges that come with custom outfitting each vehicle for his clients’ lifestyles. As it did for the inaugural season, Camp Lucky handled all aspects of post for the series, including editorial, sound design, mix, color correction and delivery to the network for bingeable streaming.
Lisa Normand, Post Producer of Longform for Camp Lucky explains, “It was exciting to continue our collaboration with the network on this new season, where timing was everything, including the alignment of a van reno reveal with the opening of the surf park. Luckily, our experience and connection in season one meant that we were a well-oiled machine – dare I say a van? – working to bring this show to life.”
“Brett and his team are the backbone of the show, and in season two we were able to really lean into their personalities and the fun they and their clients have in the process,” adds Supervising Editor Shrader Thomas. “We all had a great time and I think it comes through in the series.”
Van Go has been embraced for its celebration of joy and creative ideas, not to mention the eye candy of beautifully upgraded vehicles and the people who enjoy them. For Camp Lucky, the show is part of an organic expansion of applying its commitment to craft and creativity to long-form entertainment.
CLIENT: Magnolia Network
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Rabbit Foot Studios
Executive Producers: Chad Werner, Will Bakke, Sam Chortek
POST-PRODUCTION: Camp Lucky
- Supervising Editor: Shrader Thomas
- Post Coordinator: Lisa Normand
- Editors: Juan Vargas, Trey Patton, Matthew Fritsche
- Color: Neil Anderson
- Sound: Matt Cimino
- Finish: Tim Nagle
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