What is your recipe for love?
Mike Petrik, Art Director
1 part mood lighting, 3 parts smooth operating, a pinch of slow dancing, stir at medium pace, and serve smoking hot. With some beer too.
Ed Boe, Director of Photography / Editor
Step 1: Plant the idea of how awesome you are.
Step 2: Let that idea germinate for 5 years.
Step 3: When the time is right, ask her out to trade comic books for movies.
Step 4: Hang out non-stop for five days, then immediately start dating.
Step 5: After three months, propose to her.
Ashley Vest, Ed Boe's Makeup Artist/Fiance
Step 1: Become friends with a guy despite him obsessively telling you how awesome he is.
Step 2: Recommend an eye doctor to help with his constant eye twitch.
Step 3: Get sick of waiting for him to make the first move, make up some reason you have to meet up and hang out.
Step 4: Move in together and adopt as many cats as the law will allow.
Step 5: Tell him where, when, and how to propose but let him plan the fairy tale wedding of his dreams! Works every time!
Kevin Wright, Producer
100% Lionel Richie.
Justin Younger, Motion Graphics Artist
Motion Graphics Artist
Try not to get divorced.
Marcus Leshock, Writer
1/2 Cup Barry White
1/2 Cup Tony Bennett
1/5 Cup Ryan Gosling
Season with Channing Tatum, Rachel McAdams, and anything else the male party can stomach without ruining the evening.
John Courchane, Editor
I tell the ladies my name is Kevin Wright. 20% of the time, it works every time.
Allison Miller, Production Coordinator
One tall glass of milk, a pint of Ben & Jerry's Chubby Hubby, a rocking chair, bath robe, lots of candles, and a gentle man massaging my feet while my bath draws.
Leo Chavez, Winter Production Intern
Just being me and pulling out the Barry White voice.
Michael Kromm, Creative Director
Fannie Mae Mint Meltaways. Delicious.
Greg Vass, Executive Producer
Flickering LED tea lights. It's safer.