Footage.net, the stock, archival and news footage search engine, announced today that preview clips from AM Stock Cameo, a leading global supplier of custom stock footage and establishing shots for primetime television programming and motion picture feature films, are now available for viewing through Footage.net's stock footage search and screening platform. Founded by Chris Angelich in 1987, AM Stock Cameo has become an indispensable source for custom stock footage and second unit shoots.
Specializing in custom stock footage production for primetime television shows, AM Stock Cameo shoots all its own footage on location throughout the United States, typically working on 15 to 20 major shows a year. Current AM Stock Cameo clients include Two and Half Men, The Big Bang Theory and Whitney, among others.
"We shoot custom stock footage and second unit material for some of the top shows on television, so the quality of our footage has to be excellent," said Chris Angelich, AM Stock Cameo founder and president. "We are excited to connect with Footage.net's worldwide user base to expand the range of people who have instant access to our library."
Based in Los Angeles, AM Stock Cameo has amassed a library of over 1.3 million feet of 35mm film. They now shoot everything in HD, on the Arri Alexa HD camera, which allows the footage to fit seamlessly into contemporary productions.
"By focusing on second unit shoots, Chris and his team have become a pivotal resource, providing establishing shots, exteriors and a wide range of key pick-ups for some of the most discerning producers in the business," said David Seevers, Footage.net Chief Marketing Officer. "Bringing a collection like AM Stock Cameo to the attention of the global creative community is what Footage.net does best. Our users will really benefit from the opportunity to dig into this world-class collection."
Footage.net has grown rapidly over the last several years to become one of the world's largest and most comprehensive online stock footage databases. AM Stock Cameo clips will be available for screening through Footage.net alongside motion content from some of the world's most prestigious footage companies, including Getty Images, FootageBank, Framepool, and CNN ImageSource.