July 15, 1981
Steveston, British Columbia, Canada
|Occupation||Music video director, film director|
Life and career
Walliser began his interest in filming by making skateboarding videos at the age of 14. He also made a short film about the first day of high school which is still used by his high school Hugh Mcroberts. He decided to pursue directing as a career and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 24. His work began with shooting professional dancer friends on a pro-bono basis.
In 2008, one of Walliser's dancer friends, who was a choreographer for Miley Cyrus at the time, asked him to be involved in a dance music video, which led him to direct two Miley and Mandy dance crew videos; M&M Cru with a U Battles Step Up 2 and M&M Cru Final Dance Battle, challenging Jon Chu's and Adam Sevani's ACDC (aka Adam/Chu Dance Crew). These highly publicized music videos, touted as "the biggest online dance battle in YouTube history" featured a number of celebrity cameos and received worldwide media attention, including a feature on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The online dance battle culminated in a performance at the 2008 Teen Choice Awards, which Walliser also directed.
In 2009, Cole directed the opening video for P!nk's Funhouse World Tour. He also directed a 30-minute documentary On Tour with P!nk, and four of her music videos (Please Don't Leave Me, Funhouse, Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely), Mean), which played during the Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour and can be found on P!nk's 'Greatest Hits So Far' DVD.
In 2010, Cole Walliser edited two episodes of the dance webseries, The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers.
Subsequently, Walliser collaborated with Katy Perry and directed the story line that played throughout her 2011 California Dreams World Tour. Walliser was entrusted to edit together footage of Katy Perry's wedding for her intimate performance at the 2011 Grammy Awards.
Walliser frequently collaborates with Lexus, USA for their marketing initiatives through the Walton | Isaacson advertising agency.
|2016||Red Bull||Intel Partnership with Jason Paul|
|2014||Red Bull||Parallels with Harry Shum Jr.|
|2014||Syd Youth||We Don't F Around|
|2013||Pink||The Truth About Love Tour Opening Video|
|2013||Fake Shark – Real Zombie!||Get Weird|
|2012||Joe Cocker||Fire It Up (Joe Cocker album)|
|2012||Joe Cocker||I Come In Peace|
|2011||Katy Perry||California Dreams World Tour Video|
|2011||Chevy/LXD||Fox Glee Tour / LXD Opening Video|
|2011||Ocean Grove Band||"I Want You In Love"|
|2010||P!nk||"Funhouse", Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour|
|2010||P!nk||"Please Don't Leave Me, Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour|
|2010||P!nk||"Mean", Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour|
|2010||P!nk||"Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)", Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour|
|2010||Whitney Houston||"Song For You", [Tour Video]|
|2010||Whitney Houston||"Worth It", [Tour Video]|
|2009||P!nk||"Highway To Hell", Funhouse Tour Opening Video|
|2009||P!nk||"Life On Tour With P!nk", (Documentary)|
|2008||Miley Cyrus||Teen Choice Awards Stage Performance with LL Cool J|
|2008||Miley Cyrus||M&M Cru Final Dance Battle|
|2008||Miley Cyrus||M&M Cru with a U Battles Step Up 2|
|2007||Britney Spears||"Gimme More 2007 VMA Behind The Scenes"|
|2010||The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers||Fanboyz|
|2010||The LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers||The Tale of Trevor Drift|
|2005||Heaven Awaits||Filmerica Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Sound|
|2005||A Flippin' Love Story||Winner Wiebetech G505 Video Contest|
|2005||Night & Daze||3rd Place Vancouver International Film Festival|
-  "McRoberts secondary grad films Katy Perry video" "Richmond News" 21 June 2011
-  "Shane Sparks on Miley Cyrus vs. ACDC Youtube dance battles" "LA Times" 19 June 2008
-  "M&M Cru, ACDC Take YouTube Dance Battle to Prime Time" "Wired" 04 August 2008
-  "It's a Bird! It's a Plane! No, It's a Superdancer!" "NY Times" 25 June 2010
-  Winners Announcement for the G505 Video Contest! "wiebetech.com" Retrieved 23 June 2011.
-  Ninth Annual Vancouver Asian Film Festival Brings Top North American Asian Filmmakers To City. "vaff.org" 30 October 2005.