“Epic” by The Diamond Company – Commercial Odessa, TX

Epic Diamonds, What can we say?

2015 has started with a BANG for us here at Hamil Bros Studios. We’ve had several longer projects under way and we’re now very excited to release our first TV commercial of the year: “Epic” by The Diamond Company!

A few weeks ago Craig Bommersbach of The Diamond Company in Odessa called us again to put together another TV commercial. He told us how much he loved our first television ad we produced for them last summer and wanted to be more active in advertising this year. So we sat down with Craig and his father to work on what would become “Epic” by The Diamond Company.

Craig told us they loved our work last year, but wanted a television commercial with a little more edge. They showed us an idea they had come up with and wanted to know if we could refine it to create an epic diamond spot that would catch people’s eyes. Luckily, we had the perfect set up in mind for creating a cinematic epic diamond commercial.

We pulled out all the stops and brought in some macro lens adapters for our lenses and pulled quite a lot of post production time, but it was all worth it. Our next step in creating this epic diamond ad was to find the appropriate music. After some searching, we found the PERFECT music to accompany this intense commercial.

Lastly, we brought in an incredible voice talent to put the action cinema icing on this epic diamond cake. Ryan Ramon of Ramon Voice Overs did an incredible job of capturing exactly the sort of VO we needed for this commercial. We told him we wanted the same voicing you hear on epic action movie trailers and he delivered amazingly. We applaud you, Ryan, for being ridiculously awesome! Make sure and check out his website to hear more amazing voice work!

As always, we cannot thank each and every one of you for your support of what we do. Give us a shout on our social medias, Twitter and Facebook . We always love to hear your feedback and it’s very important to us!


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