Check out Red Love Productions first video! We made a video for Pete Curry’s song “Chevy Van“! Filmed in Oregon Hill, February 2015. Produced by Shawn Everett Jones, John Stone and Pete Curry. Featuring The Wizard Van. Starring Wayne Snyder, Pete Curry, John Stone, Shawn Jones, Robby Scarce, John Bliss, Killian Laudenbach, Carrie Nauman, Caitlin Archambault, Taryn Chesshire, Abby Otte, McKinsey Deese, Doug Fuller, Joey Kingsley, Joe Hawkins, Justin Black, Joe Roberts, Liz Buikema, Tina Fairman, Allison Warth, and Addison Johnson. With Raven, Minnie Pearl, and Birdy.
We have been making a movie. Here is the teaser trailer!
Red Love presents: A film by John Stone and Shawn Jones
Starring: Laurie Lay, Abby Otte, Jeff Springs, Tripper Chrisie, Justin Brickett, John Stone and Shawn Everett Jones
coming Summer 2015
“you touch a dead Motherfucker’s bike, you’re a dead motherfucker”
It was a freezing day on set of TURN: Washington’s Spies yesterday. More info to come…
Check it out! I filmed my good friends, the one and only pirate metal “Rulers of the Dan”, Craptain Jack and the Shmees, for their new “Blackfin the Shark” video! Edited by: Robby Scarce. Filmed at Strange Matter – Richmond, VA. 2014. “Blackfin the Shark” recorded by Tripper Christie in a bathroom in Richmond, VA 2013.
It was a beautiful and magical autumnal day in the woods working on Lobo Marino’s new video for Holy River. The song is from their newest album, City of Light, recorded at Yogaville and mastered by Dave Watkins.
Directed by: Todd Raviotta/Natural Science Productions
Staring: Laney Sullivan, Jameson Price, Parker Galore, Brinson Leigh Kresge, Marlowe Ren Kresge, Sahar Aha, Shawn Everett Jones, Julie Storey, Elysia Honey Houghton, Graham Hyphen, Daniel Upshaw
All puppets and masks created by: All the Saints Theater Company
Produced by: Lobo Marino and Natural Science Productions at Stonehaven Richmond Virginia
Spent a wonderful day in Petersburg on set of “The American Revolution” with Lionheart Filmworks for the American Hereos Channel. The three-part mini-series premiered on December 15, 2014.
From the New York Times, The series is “a collection of mini-stories about people not named George Washington or Paul Revere who played parts in the American Revolution. The idea is to show that in times of crisis, all sorts of people do brave things but don’t get as much ink in history books as those of founding-father fame”.
Please join us this First Friday, September 5th at 6:00pm for an opening of artworks by Richmond artists Shawn Jones and Maxwell Runko curated by Angie Huckstep!
Shawn Everett Jones will be exhibiting his newest series of paintings inspired by months that he recently spent in Taos, New Mexico. Jones has also offered to include two of his older, abstract expressionistic works.The presence of both of these series elucidates Jones’ exploration of form on the 2-D surface:
My work is about taking a glimpse behind the veil. It is about awareness and wonder in a mad, modern world.I am interested in the common elements in life and art. Who we are at the center, inside and away from the technology, the stress, the fast-paced illusion.I am interested in the parts of life that no one sees yet we share. The inside parts, the visceral: the emotion and the guts. I deal in the liquid, fluctuating thoughts and feelings that drive us as beings- the desires, impulses, attractions, confusions, fears, revelries, solitudes and visions that steer our course and propel us in our human journeys.
The works will be on exhibition the month of September at Monument City Coffee and Records, 306 A East Grace Street, Downtown Richmond, Virginia