750four was formed in the early 2000s as the brainchild of veteran videographer Will Hartsock in Louisville, Kentucky, as an outlet for awareness of the local skateboarding culture and its peripheral subcultural influences. Will has received acclaim for skateboarding films As Time Goes By and 2012's feature-length Too Hot To Handle, Too Cold To Hold in addition to shooting such staples of skate culture as Tampa AM and DamnAM West. Will is currently based out of Southern California working closely with Warco Skateboards and Dummy Wheels. Tommy Johns is an independent brand imaging consultant and media producer with a background in economics, photography, artist promotion and community organization. As a member of the Board of Directors for Louisville's Arts + Activism Organization, he has assisted in the coordination of the Love All Serve All Benefit Series with the Hard Rock Cafe on behalf of the West Louisville Vision Initiative, a $140 million, 25-year investment strategy to revitalize the West Louisville neighborhood through public education programs focused around business sustainability and political literacy.
Team High Ho
750four is proudly associated with Team High Ho Productions, winners of the Louisville arm of the 2012 48 Hour Film Project, with the breakthrough mockumentary "Phenomenal Johnson". Team Hi-Ho has also found success in the selection of their submission for Primus's video contest for the song "HOINFODAMAN" as the song's official music video.
Independent Music Video Work
As an additional aspect of content production, 750four has been privileged to have worked with such fine artists as Atlanta's Sakrifice and Losy Kruz as well as Louisville natives Dr. Dundiff and The Smoke Shop Kids. Thanks to an interdisciplinary skillset, 750four is pleased to be able to realize high quality music video work at a price point approachable to a far greater span of artists across the country than ever before. For details and budget proposal requests, please visit our contact page.