Client: Amazon Studios
The Main Title sequence for Bosch explores the two sides of every story. The victim and the accused both have their versions of an incident. This interplay of right vs. wrong, good vs. evil is explored using the city of Los Angeles as the main character, much as it is in the show itself. The intertwining story lines of the city create a kaleidoscopic, almost dizzying version of the truth.
Creative Director: Grant Lau
Executive Producer: Ben Apley
Head of Production: Claudina Mercado
Producer: JJ Gerber
Associate Producer: Tammy Kohan
Designers: Kris Fortin, Wes Yang
Animator: James Vogel
Editors: Michael Radtke, Grant Lau
Assistant Editor: Chris Ziegenhagel
Flame Artist: Rod Basham
Coordinators: Dominick Guglielmo, Nicole Zschiesche
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