Never Just One Thing
FUZE

Sweeten Your Life
POPSICLE

Google Ventures
GOOGLE

Your Greatest Competition Is Youself
ADIDAS

Sisterhood of Hip Hop
OXYGEN

The Speaker Orchestra
DTS

Baby Head-to-Toe Wash
JOHNSON'S

Touch
GILLETTE

New York City
EMPTY AMERICA

San Francisco
EMPTY AMERICA

Little Bribes
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE

Missing Piece
DAVID CHOI

Valentine
KINA GRANNIS

Concrete Angel
GARETH EMERY

Relax
THUNDERSPACE

Squares of Softness
SHAW CARPETS

Explore Your Creativity
RUBIK'S CUBE

Vroom
KINDER

GoldSoy
VINAMILK

 

 

DIRECTOR / EDITOR

Ross Ching is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles specializing in viral videos. Because of his worldwide exposure on the internet, he directs commercials and music videos for clients all over the world.

Ching graduated from San Diego State University. Afterward, he continued to independently produce and direct his own projects. A spec Death Cab for Cutie music video launched his career.

In 2010, Ching completed an action-oriented project with producers Don Le and George Wang, starring Harry Shum, Jr., Stephen "tWitch" Boss (winner of Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" season 4), and Katrina Law ("Spartacus: Blood and Sand", "The Resistance"). Combining his viral expertise with narrative storytelling, ”3 Minutes" received nationwide coverage from the official Star Wars site, Wired.com, Gizmodo, the New York Post, Seventeen Magazine, and many more. It also won the slot of Vimeo's Staff Pick of the Day on its debut day. Currently, the short film has been viewed by over 2 million people.

In 2012, he directed another short film entitled "Already Gone" with producers Don Le and Peter Katz, starring Shawn Ashmore ("X-Men: trilogy") and Harry Shum, Jr ("Glee"). Again, merging the viral and narrative worlds, the short made it's world debut on WIRED.COM and was featured on the front page of Mashable. The short was also one of the top finalists at the Shot on RED Film Festival in 2012.

Moving forward, Ross has been focusing his talents on nurturing a budding feature career while maintaining a strong commercial foothold.

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