Waverly Films is a Brooklyn based group of filmmakers who met at NYU and are named after a nearby diner. The group is Duncan Skiles, Christopher Ford, Jeff Kaplan, Ben Dickinson, Jon Watts, Jake Schreier and Aaron Wesner. They usually work with cinematographer Matthew J Santo.
Their members' portfolios include films commissioned for MTV, VH1, Channel 102, McDonald's, Heinz Ketchup and bands such as The Rapture, Fatboy Slim, LCD Soundsystem, Death Cab For Cutie, and TV on the Radio. Their newest work has included Burger King, ESPN, Trident, and Reebok.
They are also known for their recurring web series, Clip of the Week, which is often published to YouTube and are very popular with fans. Since becoming YouTube members in June 2007, they have amassed over 60,000 subscribers to their content.
They also opened their own online merchandise store.
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