“The Sandbox” Screens Worldwide
Meticulous' debut animated film, Sunaba (or The Sandbox) has been screening
worldwide since it’s debut at the Los Angeles Film Festival in September
2005. Recent stops have included Portugal, the Czech Republic, Brazil, and
Germany. You can now watch it online as well!
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Posted 23 Jul 2001
Meticulous worked with Johnathan Rice (a Grantham Dispatch Records artist) to develop a sleeve for hsi forthcoming CD. Mitchell Jarrett staged a photoshoot at Carters Grove Plantation with model Hannah Ledbetter for the sleeve. This marks the first release by the new production team at Grantham Dispatch: Chris Keup and Stewart Myers (formerly of Agents of Good Roots)
Posted 21 Jun 2001
Meticulous worked with D.C.-based band Crenshaw to develop a sleeve for their new EP, "3", which was released recently. The CD was recorded over a series of dates at studios in North Carolina and Maryland. The first track, "When Things Calm Down" can be heard on DC101 in the Washington, D.C. Area. John Athayde and Mitchell Jarrett also took all the photographs used in the design. You can see the sleeve design here.
Posted 03 Apr 2001
Meticulous has completed work on photoria.com website for Robert Radifera of Charlottesville, Virginia. This site will allow event photographers to sell their photos online after a shoot directly to the attendees of the event.
Posted 30 Jan 2001
Meticulous completed the sleeve design for Rebecca Lord's new CD entitled "Faintest Trace."
Rebecca was a member of the cast of the Real World Seattle episode. The album was co-produced by Meticulous client Chris Keup and John Alagia (Dave Matthews Band). Her backing band consists of members of River and Agents of Good Roots.
Posted 30 Nov 2000
John Athayde appeared on the VH1 Music Network to accept the award for nancies.org - a website Meticulous has been involved with since it's inception 3 years ago.
John Athayde and Waldo Jaquith of Munk and Phyber (Charlottesville, VA) made the journey to Los Angeles to appear on the show and accept the award. Waldo fought with the US Air Travel system all day and missed the acceptance speech by a matter of minutes. You can view the segment where John accepts the award here [RealVideo download]. We believe this to be footage that yes, it is true, John cleans up quite nicely.
Posted 13 Aug 2000
Meticulous just launched chriskeup.com and granthamdispatch.com for Chris Keup and his record label, both based in Washington, D.C.
Designers John Athayde and Colin Gill worked to develop sites that integrated well together and drew from the musical stylings of Chris and the other Grantham Dispatch artists. There are three other sites planned in the series for Grantham Dispatch at this time.