Toyota Camry “Thrill Ride” Campaign Colored at Bandito Brothers.

Recently colored this cool campaign for Saatchi & Saatchi LA with the good folks over at Bandito Brothers!

Toyota Camry SE – Toyota Camry Thrill Ride – (2013) :60 (USA) Read more at

Toyota Camry SE – Toyota Camry Thrill Ride – (2013) :60 (USA)

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Posted by dabitch on 4. October 2013 – 13:57

A Toyota Camry. Not the most exciting automobile, is it? Well you’re wrong, at least that’s what I gather from this demonstration idea that turned a short drive in a Camry into a roller coaster type ride worthy of Magic Mountain. People are thrilled to be swooshing up, down, sideways and in – oh my – reverse. Looks like it was a fun ride with a “professional driver, do not attempt”, but better still are the genuinely squee-surprised reactions from people who did not expect this. Everybody say weee!

I can’t even tell you how much I love the woman who when she spots the tunnel they’re going to drive through, blurts out a “are you serious!? Everyone, duck! This stunt is crazy.

Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi LA
ECD: Chris Adams, Margaret Keene
CD: Ed miller
ACD writer: Evan Brown
Art Director: John Kritch
Producer: Richard Bendetti
Digital Producers: Amy Jo Deguzis, Julie Notaro, Alex Granieri
Production Company: Bandito Brothers
Managing Director/Executive Producer: Suzanne Hargrove
Director: Mike “Mouse” McCoy
Cinematography: Shane Hurlbut
Stunt drivers: Greg Tracy, Matt McBride, Rich Rutherford
Producer: Ryan Slavin
Chief Technology Officer & Director: Jacob Rosenberg
Editorial Production: Bandito Brothers
Editor: Jeff Tober
Editor: Tracy Hof
Colorist: Mark Osborne
Sound: Lime Studios
Mixer: Rohan Young





Author: Mark Todd Osborne

Mark Todd Osborne is a 18-Year Senior Digital Colorist who works in all genres of media, from Features and TV Episodics to Commercials, Music Videos and Web Content. Recent Feature credits include “Lowriders” for Universal Pictures, Disney/DreamWorks “Need for Speed” and the theatrical hit “It Follows” for Radius/TWC, plus major commercial campaigns for Audi, Coca-Cola, Sonic Burger, Target, XBOX, Nissan, BMW and Toyota. Mark’s meticulous eye, professionalism and strong visual sense of taste and style make him a stand out Color Artist. Mark got his start at Company 3, Santa Monica, coloring High-End Spots and Music Videos, working with Top Level Directors & Cinematographers, before moving on to Digital Intermediates & Feature Film Mastering. He became the Lead HD Dailies Colorist for noted filmmakers Gore Verbinski, Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer Films, as well as performing Final Color for Features Films such as the Academy Award Nominated “Capote” and “Sunshine Cleaning” to name a few. After eleven years at CO3, Mark left to pursue new challenges of coloring digital-sourced content on a variety of color systems and has formed strong relationships with several Post Facilities in the Los Angeles area and abroad. In 2011, Mark was hired as Supervising Colorist at CAMERON I PACE Group, coloring several 3D projects, including “Cirque du Soleil: World’s Away” for visionary co-founder Vince Pace and served as a Stereo Correction Specialist on Martin Scorsese’s Academy-Award Winning “Hugo”. In 2012, Mark performed color for James Cameron’s 3D “Deep Sea Challenge” for the Cannes Film Festival & IBC, as well as coloring the Emmy Award Winning shows “Children’s Hospital” and “Dirty Work”.