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In today’s entertainment landscape, audiences expect new, innovative action. Directors and producers feel the pressure to deliver. Dramatic effect and dynamic scope are expected, no matter the size of the budget.

T-Minus Productions got its start designing and producing action scenes for some of Hollywood’s most creative directors and producers. We have been racking up experience in Film, Television, Commercial and Music Videos for the past 24 years.

Our comprehensive action sequence knowledge can help you efficiently execute nearly any action you can dream up. We may even be able to help dream up some more. Our bids are accurate and we’re always looking for ways to make your project better. Let our industry leading expertise help you wow your audience!

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Conveniently based in Los Angeles, T-Minus Productions also has ample experience filming on location while maximizing local tax incentives.

Featured Stunt Coordinator: TJ White from T-Minus Productions

A second generation Stunt Coordinator and 2nd Unit Director, TJ White has 23+ years experience in Stunts. While growing up on sets such as Stripes, Knight Rider, and BJ and the Bear, TJ caught the bug for Action Directing.

TJ has worked closely with the top celebrities in the entertainment industry. From actors such as Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Aniston, Ashton Kutcher, Sofia Vergara, Kristen Stewart – to musicians Christina Aguilera, Chris Brown, Marshall Mathers, Pharrell Williams – to directors Paul Hunter, Wayne Isham, Dean Karr, and Joseph Kahn – to producers William Sherek, Jason Shuman, and Jill Harden – TJ has delivered for some of Hollywood’s biggest names.

When not on set or breaking down a budget, TJ teaches Action Directing classes at UCLA and other local film schools and has served on the panel at The Diamonds In The Raw Stuntwomen’s Awards since 2011.

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Stunt Driving Expensive Cars at High Rates of Speed

Jim Zahnd Stunt Driving in Daughtry music video

Jim Zahnd Stunt Driving in Daughtry music video

Stunt Drivers take years of experience to get in the car and drive a car.  There are many terms used for a Stunt Driver.  Precision Drivers, Performance Drivers, Stunt Drivers just to name a few.

They are also background drivers and these specific drivers do not have the training or skill set to drive in front of camera as a principle. These are drivers that drive in the background of a shot on driving scenes. These drivers are extra or background drivers or even called extra precision drivers.  They drive everyday vehicles to fill a frame.  These drivers should never be upgraded to be a precision driver unless a qualified stunt coordinator or Driving coordinator is on-set to supervise and has OK’d the driver and their ability. These are not stunt drivers nor are they precision drivers.

Working with Sevyn Streeter ft. Chris Brown “Don’t Kill The Fun” we were driving expensive cars like Ferrari and Lamborghini at high rates of speed in a tight area. This can make a director and producer very nervous.  This is when experience takes over and hiring the right experienced stunt coordinator and stunt drivers for the job is a producers best option for a safe and exciting shoot.  It could take 5-10 years of stunt driving for a stuntman or stunt women to get a chance to drive on screen.  Stunt Coordinators do not let inexperienced people get behind the wheel.  There is a lot to learn about cars and the technology that drives them.

Stunt Drivers rely heavily on the transportation department of a project to prep the car for them to drive. The right tire pressure, tires, breaking system, engine torque and suspension of a car will help the driver perform the stunt that the director wants.

When using very expensive fast cars, a lot goes into the prep of the car.  Usually the stunt coordinator is in total communication with the manufacture of the cars.  These cars are like fast computers on wheels. What you must realize is that new and luxurious cars don’t come off the lot being able to do 360’s, power slides, and drifting around corners. They must be De-programmed to shut off various traction controls, and safety parameters that are normally put in place for the daily driver. But if you want high speed action and stimulating stunt driving?, then you’ll need the proper mechanic that knows the specific vehicle. Car prep is vital and sometimes overlooked on the production side. Our Stunt coordinators work closely with car prep companies in order to tailor the vehicle to match the shots wanted by the director and producers. Safety is always top priority, and while stunt driving is one of the gags often requested, make sure your production hires the right stunt coordinator so then he or she can hire the best qualified stunt drivers. Your insurance will thank you and you’ll minimize your risk.

Stunt Driver on set of Sevyn Streeter ft. Chris Brown "Don't Kill The Fun"

Stunt Driver Alyma Dorsey on set of Sevyn Streeter ft. Chris Brown “Don’t Kill The Fun”


TJ White Stunt Coordinator on set of Riveting Entertainment Music Video Set

TJ White Stunt Coordinator on set of Riveting Entertainment Music Video


Stunt Driver Chris Nielsen Testing a 2013 Hot-wheels Ford Mustang from Galpin Motor Sports for a Justin Bieber “Boyfriend’ Music Video

Riveting Entertainment, BLEACHERS “Roller Coaster” Music Video Stunts

Riveting Entertainment and Director Richard Shepard (“The Matador”, “Ugly Betty”, “Girls”) had a vision for this video that had high expectations and a dangerous situation for 5 members of the band “Bleachers”.  Using Director of Photography Morgan Susser (“Paramore”, “Linkin Park”, “Christina Aguilera”) and his dynamic sense of space and color,  production was able to capture the band in a vulnerable state.  Using the ZCrane Camera Car they were able to shoot the band on top of an Ice Cream Truck driving down the road in a desert setting outside Los Angeles while playing their instruments.

Director Richard Shepard knew his budget restraints when it came to filming a big action driving scene with talent.  This would normally be shot on green screen or a process trailer.  But Richard was adamant to have his band on the top of the ice cream truck driving down the road. To achieve this an experienced stunt coordinator and stunt rigging coordinator is needed to pick the right vehicle , fabricate it,  reinforce it to be able to hold 5 people on the roof, while being able to hold them in place while driving down the road.

T-Minus Stunt Rigging , and  Stunt Coordinator TJ White from T Minus Productions worked closely with producer Andrew Listermann and Riveting Entertainment. T-Minus was called in to design the rigging and safety for this video.  Two days of design and fabrication was needed to satisfy the safety concerns of the stunt coordinator and stunt riggers. Once this was done the Stunt riggers wired in the band to the roof while they were wearing custom designed stunt harnesses much like the ones used for Cirque Du Soleil. These special harnesses helped  keep the talent safe while being comfortable.

This video was shot in one day making it essential to use a precision camera car like the Z Crane Camera Car, which has a gyrostabilized remote system driven with a Mercedes ML 55.  This system is driven by Founder Ross Jordan (“Wanted”, “Live Free Die Hard”, “Iron man”) who is a very experienced camera car driver, race car driver and stunt driver.

See All The Action Below In the “Bleachers” music video “Roller Coaster”.



Band Waiting to Start filming

“Bleachers” band waiting to start filming

The Band trying stay cool on set

The “Bleachers” trying stay cool on set


Stunt Rigger Terry James setting up for the set. This is what you don't see , the safety it takes.

Stunt Rigger Terry James setting up for the stunt. Behind The Scenes safety work needed to keep the band safe.



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