Stained Glass Eye Entertainment, a well rounded production company based in Miami, executes commercials, music videos, live performances, and television shows. With a wide range of equipment and crew to fit the needs of any project, SGE will quench your creative thirst, giving the viewer “a new breed of visual entertainment.”
Associated with BigShot Productions, Stained Glass Eye Entertainment utilized the latest equipment and technology available to make any concept become a realty.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
Sony’s F55 is the chameleon camera. It supports cinematography—and live television broadcasting. It shoots onboard 4K—and also 2K/HD. It has a Super 35mm sensor—and also offers Center Scan mode to shoot with 16mm PL lenses or with 2/3-inch lenses via B4 adaptor. The F55 can change personality depending on the needs of the project, the day or the individual shot. It’s uniquely engineered to reward its owners now—and far into the future.
The 6K RED DRAGON® sensor captures over 9x more pixels than HD. Unrivaled detail and impressive native exposure eclipse 35mm film in both latitude and image density. Industry leading specs distinguish the EPIC DRAGON as a model for image innovation, helming the evolution of digital cinema technology.
The PMW-EX1 is the first in a new range of professional HD products - called XDCAM EX - which record onto memory-based SxS ExpressCard media. Designed from the ground up to exploit the ultimate high performance of SxS PRO memory cards, the PMW-EX1 combines a state-of-the-art, non-linear XDCAM workflow with simply the best HD quality yet seen in a compact camcorder. It is also the first handheld camcorder to carry the legendary CineAlta 24P brand with multiple frame rate recording capability such as 59.94i, 50i, and native 23.98P, as well as being 1080i/720P switchable.
The DJI Ronin is a 3 axis stabilized handheld gimbal system that can hold up to 16lbs of camera. Equipped with a Paralinx wireless transmitter the DJI Ronin lets the modern day videographer truly roam free with state of the art stabilization
Bigshot Production's Akela Monster 86ft Crane is one of the longest arms available. It has a lens height of 70', a 86' reach and a 20X20 footprint. It is supported by self leveling jacks and has a telescoping center post for added height.
Enlouva IV crane is made from lightweight aluminum and is easy to assemble and operate. Use with the Enlouva base or Mammoth base and the crane can achieve a maximum lens height of 23'8" and a minimum lens height of -15', for a total lift range of 38'8". The Enlouva IV crane features a redesigned, light-weight fulcrum for faster set-up time. The counterweight bucket has been redesigned to accept more counter-balance weights, allowing the crane to carry a heavier camera package. The Enlouva IV crane can also be mounted on a Classic or Premier Plus camera car to achieve great moving shots and is supplied with 48 rubber-coated 25 lb. lead weights.
Complete with it’s own remote head, the Jimmy Jib can be constructed in various lengths from a 6 foot reach to 24 foot reach. The Jimmy Jib is configured to be operated by a single person who controls the arm movement, camera pan, tilt, zoom, focus and iris on the lens. The entire system is transportable worldwide as baggage not cargo, to assure equipment arrival with the operator. Our technicians(s) will custom build the equipment to fit your needs, operate the system for your shoot, and wrap out the equipment at the end of the day. We can provide as many additional technicians or operators as you require, or our technician(s) can work with your existing crew members.
The reliable Classic Camera Car features rugged three axle construction coupled with a wide stance for maximum stability. The front camera platform is detachable and can be reattached, high or low, on either side of the vehicle. The platform is designed to carry two cameras and four people in complete safety. Additional camera platforms are located over the cab and on the rear of the vehicle. Self-correcting rear air suspension gives you chatter-free running shots every time. Each vehicle carries an onboard 200 amp AC crystal sync generator and compressed air outlets. Picture vehicles can be towed from 11 hook-on points around the Classic. The built-in side tow bar can be adjusted from 0 to 16' in 4" increments offering the director an infinite choice of camera angles.
The highlights of the Ultra Low Process Trailer are as follows: 5 inch ride height, Overall length of 27 feet, Wings low and removable, Expanding sides fold down to 14 foot width for dolly track on both sides, 5th wheel hook up for easy turn arounds, Rear Wheels expand for stability and smoothness, Air shock for smooth ride, Full Vehicle access, Hydraulic brakes, E track for easy tie downs, and Quick set up and tear down.
THIS CREATIVE TEAM DOES IT RIGHT
With a skill set like a Swiss Army Knife Smiley Jay exploded into the Film production world in 2007, starting his first company with his father CJ and long time friend Brian Gaetke, BigShot Productions. Since then Smiley Jay has directed and produced countless Commercials, Music Videos and Television Pilots. With his team Smiley Jay has built Stained Glass Eye into a well oiled, fine tuned production machine.
No stone left unturned, no business venture left unconquered, CJ has seen and done it all. From successful real estate developer to running one of the nations top timeshare company’s, CJ’s appetite for success lead him to the Film and tv production industry with his son Smiley Jay. After Starting BigShot Productions, CJ soon discovered his desire to be a producer, as a producer / director combo CJ and Smiley Jay started Stained Glass Eye Entertainment.
A motion picture hyphenate - part Director, Writer, and Cinematographer. Throughout his education he realized he was much more interested in the human story on a personal level rather than an academic level. He soon discovered a desire to visually tell human stories and developed a passion for directing and cinematography. Self-taught, he became a very successful D.P. in the music video and commercial industry.
Jamie and Smiley Jay created Stained Glass Eye Entertainment. Before getting into film, Jamie was a financial advisor and marketing guru in Palm Beach county. He has been awarded several community service awards for his help with the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life, Greater Boynton Beach Chamber of Commerce, Rotaract Club of Delray Beach and the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity. It was through these leadership roles that grew his marketing and management skills, helping him thrive in film production.
Heather found her passion in the film industry just a few years ago. Starting out as a model, she soon learned that wanted to be behind the camera. She began with photography, slowly making her way into film production realizing she had more creative freedom. She attended Steven Spielberg’s Film Program in Orlando, finishing with a degree in Film Production. Since then Heather has produced several commercials, and music videos.
Tony has been a musician for over 20 years, starting his music career early, he traveled the country as a front man and lead singer of the band “Dang We’re On Fire.” He sold several tracks to the famous MTV reality show Jersey Shore. Tony discovered his passion for sound design shortly after, and has hence since been writing music for commercials and feature films.
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