From T-Shirt to Dream Work

For those of you wondering, we're alive and better than ever. Each of us have been working on our own projects in music, video and photography — traveling from the most northern tip of Canada to the most southern of South America. This post isn't meant to promote our individual highlights, but instead give you an update on the brand. 

 NYC - 2013

NYC - 2013

If you would have asked us in 2013 what No Anchor was, we couldn't have given you a solid answer. A few answers might have included something BS like, "A creative community", "A clothing company", or the last thing you want to hear from your ultimate crush... "Just friends". We always seemed to be creating a variety of original content, designing new clothing and taking on work for new and exciting clients. However, we could never seem to find our niche... Until now. 

 Photo by Jon's Mom - 2013

Photo by Jon's Mom - 2013

In the last few months, a common theme in our conversations was a lack of team creativity. We've been missing the days where a group of us would stay up for 48 hours straight just to finish a title animation. Pounding Baja Blast to brainstorm a new music video idea and even just to talk for hours about future goals for the "company". So we made a change. 

We are now officially a production house. We will be taking our collective skills in video, design and strategy to work along side some of our favorite brands, bands and more, cultivating meaningful interactions for a nuanced and interconnected world. In other words... we just want to make people look good, and have a good time doing it. We have a broader talent pool then ever before and continue to move forward with the existing desire to explore, create and grow. 

 Indiana - 2014

Indiana - 2014

We're very happy with this new chapter and hope you are too! We want to thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for your support with the brand over the years. Every small step you have helped us make has led us to where we are right now. 

We are currently hiring contract filmmakers, designers, and web developers. If you are interested in these positions, please shoot us a line with your portfolio and we would love to chat. 

xoxox,

No Anchor

Lane Smith

Approached by long time friends Edwin and Michael with the early idea of No Anchor, Lane immediately hopped on board to get things rolling. Currently living in Los Angeles, Lane spends most of his time at NA managing athlete, artist and client relations. Over time, the team has given Lane the title of Hair Dresser. Acting as the team barber, Lane makes sure the team has fresh cuts and sharp projects to showcase to the world one head or one screen at a time.