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Projects with
Olivia Rodrigo


Special Order teamed up with Olivia Rodrigo to create stylized performance videos,  album trailers for both of her albums Guts and Sour, as well as short films celebrating the release of her debut album and meteoric rise to the top of the Billboard 100.

Among our favorites: a surreal behind the scenes glimpse into her music video good 4 u directed by Petra Collins, a television spot that aired during her appearance on Saturday Night Live and the trailer for her Disney+ film driving home 2 u.

Losing Sleep
by Cyn 


Get ready to be transported to a dreamy, surreal world with Cyn's latest music video, "Losing Sleep."

Special Order brought Cyn and director Kyle Newmann’s vision to life by creating a captivating visual experience for you. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind music video - watch now.

Executive Producer: David Clair
Director: Kyle Newman
Producer: Jason Baum
Creative Director: Francisco Garcia-Nava
Cinematorgrapher: Matthias Schubert
Editor: Mitch Martin

VFX BY Special Order Inc
Francisco Garcia-Nava
Jeremie Carreon
Daniel Miller
David Clair

Casey Jones
Emi Eck
Doug Schultheis
Joe Martinez

Kinan Chabani

Tiny Desk (Home)


Tiny Desk Concerts is NPR Music's long-running series of stripped-down performances by music's most interesting artists. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the video series went virtual.

Special Order collaborated with pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo to produce her intimate gig in an empty DMV, and with rapper IDK for a vibey set literally recorded in his own home.

Alex Ebert:
King Killer


Alex Ebert (front man of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Ima Robot) collaborated with director Noaz Deshe (White Shadow, Lost River) on this surreal and provocative late-night sci-fi art film. We loved helping bring this otherworldly vision to life.

General Pype -
Stand Attention


In 2011 Goodluck Jonathan had just won the presidency, surging oil prices were causing countrywide strikes, and General Pype was riding high with the international success of his hit single "Champion," an anthem for South Africa's World Cup. “Stand Attention,” produced and directed by Special Order’s Aaron Ohlmann was to be the debut single of his highly anticipated follow up album, but censors banned the video from MTV Africa and it wasn’t until five years later that it was released.