The video for Jackie Castro‘s sophomore release, Romanticize, is as fun as the pop song itself. Inspired by mid-century classic films such as Singing’ In The Rain and Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the video — directed by Sean Hagwell — features Jackie in period attire imagining picturesque scenarios with a love interest, played by Matt.
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Bring You Back was shot a while ago; so glad it’s finally out! I tend to stay away from acting in music videos. Frankly, they just aren’t that fun, and tend not to involve a lot of actual acting. But every once I’ll get a breakdown that is just good. This was one of those times.
It was an added bonus that everyone involved was incredible to work with. Jacob Bryant was a great dude, kind enough to entrust us with this material. The director, Dustin Haney, is a super talent. And it was a rare privilege to act alongside the incredibly sweet, talented, beautiful Crystal Day.
Dorothy, a shy woman in her 20s, attends a support group for those with social anxiety. She has a crush on Robbie (Matt), another attendee, but will she have the courage to tell him?
Last December, Matt flew to Las Vegas to shoot an internal video for Zappos about their core values and what meaning those bring to people’s lives. More a short film than an “industrial,” the video follows a family through three generations, and showcases Matt’s vulnerability as a new father.
The playful song is simply about the fun of being flirtatious (and how Matt gets nervous around pretty women), and the video, directed by Logen Christopher, takes place at a summertime pool party set against a gorgeous Nashville skyline.
Watch the video below, or on CMT HERE!
Lessons in Accidental Magic, the award-winning 48 Hour Film by Motke Dapp, is about Liam (Matt), who is enamored with a girl he frequently sees at dinner parties. In an attempt to win her heart, Liam teaches himself to cook from a cookbook he finds at an unusual library. The recipes are unorthodox and the results are quite… unexpected.
Shaken not Stirred, written and directed by Roxanne Nawrot (Producer of the WTF?! Web Series), tells the story – based on real-life events – of Larry (David Dittmore) and Michael (Matt), a couple searching for a surrogate to bear their child. Michael is unaware that Larry is hiding a secret that could not only prevent them from starting a family, but also end their relationship. However, Michael has a secret of his own.