VENICE, CA — Original music and sound design company KickStand (kickstand.la) recently launched with what co-founder Damian Wagner says is “a no-holds-barred attitude towards music and sound."
"We feel fortunate to have already had the opportunity to work on an array of challenging and interesting projects, collaborating with some of the finest agencies, editors, directors and artists in the business," notes Wagner.
Kim Christensen is a co-founder, along with Wagner. The duo have been teaming up for years, originally on a DreamWorks project, and after a succession of successful collaborations, decided the timing was right to formally combine forces. Their Venice space is a former taxi company located four blocks from the ocean.
Kickstand has already worked on the viral video “Needing Getting” and the Chevy Sonic Super Bowl spot; Shock Top's “End of the World” spot; and sound designed David Guetta and Nikki Minaj's “Turn Me On” music video. The studio is also working on campaigns for Logitech and Exxon.