We love the feeling of our shop in the morning. It smells like freshly brewed coffee and cinnamon from Judith's muffins. So, a few months ago when filmmakers Vincent Varga and Eric Chu approached us about making a short movie about our shop, our first idea was to tell a story about our breakfast bowls. They come in 2 varieties (for now!): Korean and Californian. The Korean features house-made kimchi, scallion, and sesame oil on a bed of brown rice and the California features natural bacon and avocado on brown rice. We recommend adding kimchi to the Californian for the best of both worlds! We think these are a simple, healthy, fast way to start your day with some good stuff.
When we asked the fellas about their inspiration behind the movie, they said they wanted to get to the heart of what ODB is about - good, honest food. To capture this, they used simple shots in telling a story about what its like to start your day with ODB breakfast. Take a peak at the movie, then hop on your bike and join us for Saturday breakfast!
Here's a little bit about the dudes behind the camera:
Director of Photography: Vincent Varga
Whether it is on set or on top of a mountain, he can be found with a camera. Finding stories and capturing moments is what he’s all about. Vincent has an extensive background in the various aspects of film production with a focus on cinematography and technical craft. Working on productions ranging from local independent films, commercials and large narrative productions including Interstellar, Heartland, and Hell on Wheels. You can follow Vincent on Instagram @vincent_varga.
Director: Eric Chu
Over the past several years Eric Chu has worked on portraits, fashion, editorial and commercial projects. His style is a mix of modern and documentary style shooting to create authentic images that showcase character and tells a captivating story. You can follow Eric on Instagram @ericchuphotography.
Alex Ancient "Dialogue (You & Me)"
courtesy of Kinfolk Records