In addition to short films and television commercials, Chel White has been involved in a number of other projects over the years. He has directed music videos and audio projects, composed music and sound design for film, designed visual effects for feature films, and has been involved with television and live performance.
(XL Recordings) Included in ResFest 2006.
Other music videos Chel White directed include:
Grammy-nominated spoken-word artist Jeffrey Liles, a.k.a., cottonmouth texas "Hoops" "Me and My Last Four Bucks" "Ugly People" (Virgin Records)
Honorable Mention, Chicago Int'l Film Festival.
Season To Risk - "Blood Ugly" (Columbia)
Candlebox - "Change" (Warner Bros.)
The Melvins - (Atlantic)
In 2008, Chel White supervised visual effects on Gus Van Sant's film, Milk. In 2007, he supervised visual effects on Van Sant's Paranoid Park, and directed animation for Todd Haynes' Bob Dylan biographic film "I'm Not There." Also in 2007, White directed visual effects for Gus Van Snat's Cannes short, "First Kiss." In the 1990's, Chel White was a visual effects artist and supervisor on three of Gus Van Sant's feature films - To Die For, Even Cowgirls Get The Blues, and My Own Private Idaho. In Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Chel also made his one and only screen appearance, playing the part of a brain surgeon opposite Uma Thurman.
White produced and directed a compact disk & audiocassette of
spoken word, entitled Poetry and the 1950's:
Homage to the Beat Generation, by writer Robert Briggs.
MUSIC & SOUND DESIGN
Chel White has composed music and created sound design for a variety of short films,
including the Academy Award winning Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase
(dir. Joan Gratz), and the multi-award winning Choreography for
Copy Machine (Photocopy Cha Cha), which he also directed.