Based in New York City, the Electroworks Corporation has been creating original, editorially driven male content for the web since 1997. In that time, the company has enjoyed extensive press attention including feature articles in the Village Voice, the front page of the New York Observer and Art Forum's 'Best Of 2000'.
Our team is made up of photographers regularly featured in HONCHO, PLAYGUY, and TORSO along with writers and artists whose work has appeared in publications as diverse as the ADVOCATE, HX and the HARVARD GAY & LESBIAN REVIEW to name a few. This talented group, along with some of New York City's wildest underground photographers, writers, and artists gives the company a distint and unique position in the industry.
The company has a diverse background - driving a wide range of entertainment media projects from streaming video for the web, film and video productions and print campaigns. We boast a proven history of satisfied, repeat customers, both on a business to business and direct to consumer basis.
Film & Video Credits
Video and film projects have been showcased in festivals both nationally and internationally including The New Festival ( a.k.a. the New York International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival), the London International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, San Francisco International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival as well as festivals in Australia, Toronto, Seattle, and Rochester.
Television credits include creating and producing unique programing for broadcast on Time Warner Cable's notorious access channel 35 in Manhattan. With over 150 episodes, the show proved to be one of the more prolific, original programs in the channel's history. Featured performers went on to make a vast number of television appearances including MTV and 'Sex in the City' as well as regular engagements at Caroline's Comedy Club and in several Off-Broadway productions.
Theater & Stage Credits
Theatrical credits include Off Broadway and Off-Off Broadway productions of original works at a variety of venues from New York Theater Workshop (originator of RENT), to the HERE performance space. The NY Daily News, Backstage and many other publications consistently gave these productions favorable reviews.
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