For edge-of-your-seat, dynamic ACTION CONTENT, Lawrence can assemble an ELITE TEAM to get the job done.
ON TIME. ON BUDGET. SAFETY ABOVE ALL.
Lawrence and his associates have worked on projects earning over $25 billion at the global box office. With budgets large and small. The level of knowledge and real experience is second-to-none.
Work begins with creatives and executives providing BUDGETS and RISK ASSESSMENTS that compliment a deck of CREATIVE AND TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS. Whether the project calls for one dynamic sequence or a dozen, Lawrence and associates can take care of everything, from scouting to deliverables.
Design, coordinate, test, shoot and deliver: Execute your vision with full spectrum expertise. It’s more than just action. It’s about doing it right and DELIVERING OUTSTANDING RESULTS.
Our services include (partial list):
Treatments, Pitches & Scripts
Pre-visualization (Previz), Storyboarding & Shotlisting
Filming (1st and 2nd Unit)
Post Production, VFX, and Action Sound Design
Our team includes:
Fight Coordinators & Choreographers
Drivers – Stunt, Precision, Rally, Drifting)
Parkour and Freerunners
Flame & Fire Specialists
High Falls Specialists
Cirque Du Soleil Performers
Motorcycle Riders (Trick, High speed, Trail)
Ultimate & Russian Arm Follow Vehicles & Drivers
Ex-Special Forces Vets (Navy Seals, SAS)
2nd Unit and Action Cinematographers
Editors – 2nd unit and trailers
Producers with Action Experience
Creative Directors, Art Directors
Inventors & Innovators
NASA Scientists, Robotics Engineers, Physics Experts
With over 100 action sequences under his belt—from fist fights to car chases—Director and Action Design expert Lawrence Ribeiro is the international man of action.
In 2017, his film “The Chase” won 8 Best Action and Cinematography Awards. Originally conceived as a camera test for JVC, it exemplifies what can be done through raw stunt work, camera movement, locations, sound, and the editing of extraordinaire Rick Pearson (The Bourne Supremacy). Adforum cited, "Lawrence’s personal style combines art with grit."
For the past two years Lawrence has moved all over the world—from Shanghai to Milan to Istanbul. Finger on the pulse, he’s fluent with cultures, location design, filming techniques, and advertising creative.
Now as a consultant to a major Silicon Valley company, he’s designing a Formula 1 driving program for next generation drivers. And in seminars at Art Center College for Design and Film Independent, he teaches: How to maximize action on screen. How to cut costs in the creative process. And, how to be safe on set.
Adforum states, "Lawrence's mission is to educate clients, agencies and production companies about how a combination of the right team and the right techniques can result in genuinely thrilling content that doesn’t cost a fortune.”
In 2018, you can look forward to his bold collaboration with Hollywood VFX legend Doug Trumbull (2001: A Space Odyssey, Blade Runner)—an experience that will set the bar for what can be done with revolutionary Maji technology. Lawrence is a regular contributor to BCMA (Branded Content Marketing Association) and writes for MovieMaker and Filmmaker magazines. He serves as a finalist judge for the Emmy Awards. And his new book, “A Guide to Action and the Arts”, will release this summer.