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Therapy Studios Brings Super-charged Post Performance to Honda Civic Spot

Therapy Studios, 2 years ago

Therapy Studios Brings Super-charged Post Performance to Honda Civic Spot

Muse USA partners with the talents at Santa Monica-based post production company Therapy Studios to capture the au courant sophistication of the 2016 Honda Civic Coupe.  

Directed by Warren Fischer of Bunker, the fresh spot takes the viewer on a cruise through city streets, where the all-new Honda Civic Coupe is the center of attention for enthusiasts ready to document the moment with cameras and smartphones. A sleek hipness blends with an artistic eye to capture the movement of the Civic through a chilled slo-mo urbanite experience. This Honda spot tells the story not of a car, but of a culture.

Editor Lenny Mesina’s cuts propel the energy and heighten the impact as the car bursts through a swirl of smoke, as complementary visual effects by artist Wren Waters give the footage a subtle mix of grit and street glam. Colourist Robert Curreri seamlessly transitions from the softer cityscape tones to pops of colour, while the commanding bass-heavy sound design by Jeff Fuller proves he can set the mood for any occasion.

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: Muse Communications, Inc.

Creative Director: Michael James McCallum

Art Director: Trenton Foon

Producer: Vanessa MacAdam

Senior Copywriter: Aireka Muse

Production Company

Production Company: Bunker

Director: Warren Fischer


Editor: Lenny Mesina

Edit Assistant: JT Bowers

Post Production / VFX

Post Production Company: Therapy Studios

Colourist: Robert Curreri

Producer: Connor Callaghan

Executive Producer: Joe DiSanto & John Ramsay

Flame: Geoff Stephenson

Visual Effects Artist: Wren Waters


Sound Mix: Jeff Fuller

Category: Automotive , Cars

Genre: Visual VFX