I was recently featured in this short documentary film by Austin-based director OG for his series STORYTLD.

OG has produced films for Fort Fader, Budweiser, and Red Bull, and he’s worked with talent including Gary Clark Jr, Stevie Wonder, TJ Ford, and J.Cole – to name a few.

He is as humble as he is talented, and I was blown away by his ability to capture the spirit behind my Roadhouse Relics work. A very special thanks to Stand Up! Records for being part of the film.

Todd Sanders STORYTLD from LUXURY MINDZ on Vimeo.

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    • Benno
    • October 13, 2013
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    Absolutely heart warming Todd. May your passion continue to fuel your beautiful creations and may your clients continue to shower you with appreciation and gratitude. You are an inspiration to all us artists who find themselves lost in the glaring screens of the corporate world, missing the good old days of pen and paper. A huge heartfelt congratulations to you! Thank you for being an inspiration to us all and living your legend for all of us to enjoy! Beautifully filmed and mastered. Wouldn’t be surprised if some folks might want to move to Austin soon :).

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    This is great. Great message. Great production.

      • Mike MacDonald
      • August 13, 2013
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      Thank you!

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    Such a great and inspiring video. I’ll definitely be passing this along.

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      Thanks, Justin! We appreciate the kind words and are so glad you plan on sharing. OG did a great job, and we were thrilled to be part of it.

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