No, it's not the fact that they feature Porsche. 🙂 That would be too easy. Seriously, do you know? No? Well, you should. You see, any of these various Porsche videos, like "Countdown to Motion: Porsche 918 Sypder Hybrid Drives", or "Porsche at the 2010 12 Hours of Sebring", or "Porsche Legacy at the Daytona 24 Hour", or "2010 Porsche GT3 RS Autobahn Shakedown - Frankfurt" or, well, you get the idea. All these videos have one common denominator. TangentVector.
What's a TangentVector
Actually, the right question is, Who is TangentVector? According to their web-site, "TangentVector is a company rooted in the value of applying best-in-breed technology to overcome the barriers in communicating stories to the Web 3.0 audience." In other words, this team of highly talented friends and technology professionals create righteous Porsche goodness in the form of HD videos that spin virally out of control when ever possible.
We had the pleasure of meeting J.F. Musial ("Master Creative Genius" at TangentVector) for the first time last year at the 12 Hours of Sebring (he was filming Hurley Haywood's induction into the Hall of Fame). Like us, he loves all things automotive and shares a particular passion for Porsche.
Fortunately, we hit it off and J.F. has kept us in the loop of his various exploits around the globe for Porsche. He and his team stormed onto the automotive video scene a little more than a year ago and are making a huge impact on Porsche's on-line marketing campaign (at least in my eyes) and recently even had one of their videos showcased on TopGear. Not too shabby for a company put together by a group of friends a little more than 12+ months ago.
The Latest Porsche Video from Tangent Vector
While J.F.'s job is fun, it's a lot of hard work too. He's constantly running all over the world to various race circuits and Porsche events. He and his team can often be found working late into the night editing footage and putting together videos that need to make their way out to the viewing public as soon as possible.
Take this past week as an example. J.F. was forced to spend time filming all the beautiful models at Fashion Week in New York as they came, enjoyed and went from the Smartwater Model Lounge in chauffeur driven Porsche Panameras and Cayennes. To make matters worse, he actually had to film and interview a number of these top models for footage and "b" roll for the video (oh, the horrors) you just saw above.
TangentVector produces fantastic films for Porsches and by default for us (Porsche owners and fans). We thought you would like to know who puts these videos together. For more of TangentVector's work you can see their entire portfolio here.
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