Oxygen Experience Studio and Harlem Film Company have partnered to provide a modern. relevant creative resource for companies who have stories to tell and audiences to influence.
OXYGEN X HARLEM FILMS is a special collaboration built on common ideals, acute cultural awareness, inclusion and diversity, unbridled curiosity, deep life experiences and creative chemistry. Brands benefit from our storytelling expertise because we combine multimedia marketing campaign and brand experience knowhow with award-winning content development, production and filmmaking.
Our blended storytelling expertise is for organizations who feel the sense of urgency to break-through the noise with RADICAL AUTHENTICITY. We create relevant, human-centered branded content that makes extraordinary impact on both internal and external audiences.
Principal, Chief Creative Strategist, Oxygen Experience Studio
TAD HARMON - Principal, Oxygen Experience Studio
Chief Creative Strategist. Baltimore and Seattle. Decades as creative agency leader, brand strategist, experiential marketer and founder of two independent agencies which were acquired by holding companies. Internal CD at Microsoft. Past clients include Patagonia, Microsoft, Levi’s, Coca Cola, Amazon, Toyota, Urban Outfitters, Walmart.
MICHAEL MUSE - VP, Oxygen Experience Studio
MBA GTM Strategist, Research. Chicago and Seattle. Integrated marketing specialist B2B and B2C. Award-winning product marketer. Clients and employers include Pelican, Coleman, ASICS, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, IBM.
CHERYL HILL - Co-founder, HFC
20 years in film and television industry in New York and Los Angeles. Creative Development Executive at Sundance Institute. Creative Executive Director of Dev at The Walt Disney Studios, Hollywood Pictures Division.
JAMAL JOSEPH - Co-founder, HFC
Professor at Columbia University and past Chair of Columbia’s Graduate Film Program. Alumnus of Sundance Directing Lab and Third World Newsreel film and Video Workshop. Credits include writing and directing for Starz, HBO, Fox TV, New Line Cinema, Warner Bros and A&E.
Brand system development
Strategic narrative development
Internal/external campaign strategy & execution
Multi-media visual design
Film making and documentaries
Research and market assessment
Diferentiation and positioning
Physical and virtual events
Environmental and 3D design
Bringing awareness to the P96 lifestyle brand by telling the story of two creatives from the diaspora whose unique stories show that there is no monolith that exists when it comes to the black experience.
Amplifying the Craig Harris brand and tapping into a new target market by bridging the gap of creatives of all ages with compelling and timeless advice.
The PONO school is a radical experiment in education with a focus on immersive outdoor activities and a democratic curriculum designed by its young and brilliant students…
When Levi’s introduced a line that was exclusive to its Target customers, they wanted to ensure that they honored the brand heritage for quality and fit while making jeans for…
Development of a national experiential program that led to spectacular results. Toward the objective of bringing their brand – and their stores – to temporary locations near college campuses and towns where they didn’t currently have a retail outlet, we made the UO experience as realistic as possible by converting two shipping containers into an exact replica of the retail experience.
Facebook initiated the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) with no less of a goal than bringing connectivity to everyone in the world. Accomplishing this meant the need for tight collaboration…
Starring Daniel Beaty, Loretta Divine and Omari Hardwick, Chapter & Verse is an intimate portrait of a man returning to Harlem from prison as he struggles with rebuilding a life while on parole. Based on the semi-autobiographical experiences of the filmmakers, it explores generational divides, surrogate families and the soul-wrenching question of "How do broken people learn to love each other?"
The growth of large retail franchises required VSP’s technology arm, Eyefinity, to make a rapid shift to a new cloud-based services model—during a pandemic. The video educated, inspired, and united the company culture by providing them a north star and a reminder that their purpose was making eyecare easier for people.