CALM's creative director, Corban Lundborg, was commissioned by Western Carolina University to create a mural of the Smoky Mountains using recycled materials. The artwork is featured in the entrance of their brand new University Center. Corban's art is a representation of the mountain-scape that surrounds the university.
The artwork was created at Corban's home studio in Atlanta, Georgia and then transported up to North Carolina by trailer. He used recycled pallet wood to create the sky, plywood and OSB for the mountains and accented with scrap metal. A re-used sign was mounted in the corner to lead students into the UC. Corban's brother Ian Lundborg, a wood-worker based in Duluth, Minnesota flew down to help with the final installation.
More of Corban's artwork can viewed at:
CALM Visits Scott Pryor Law
The CALM team was excited to visit their friends at Scott Pryor Law and produce some company headshots for the team. CALM photographer, Corban, captured the frames on-site using minimal equipment, making for an easy and painless picture day. Click the photos to view in full ratio.
On 9 July, 2021, Air Force TSgt. Corban Lundborg was awarded his enlisted aircrew wings at the 4th Combat Camera Squadron, Charleston, S.C.
Corban completed a series of schools and certifications to qualify for the program. The training includes SERE-C, Underwater Egress, Parachute Survival, Water Survival, Decompression Chamber, Centrifuge and in-house aircrew academics followed by a series of familiarization and qualification flights.
Global streaming giant Netflix has partnered with the Realness Institute to create an Episodic Content Development Lab for writers in South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria.
Six applicants were selected from just over 500 applications for the development lab. Anele Lundborg, together with her brother Andile Ngcizela, partnered as a writing team for their application and today the Realness Institute made their official reveal of all six of the selected candidates.
Congratulations to Anele and Andile on their selection! And congratulations to the other five candidates.
For more on this and what the development lab entails visit the press links below:
The Hollywood Reporter
Corban serves as our creative director at CALM Collective and the creativity doesn't end on screen. Before moving into cinematography and art direction, Corban's art career began with a spray can. He was recently commissioned to paint Team RWB's Firebase in Midtown, Atalanta. CALM Produced the process video, sharing insight to the inspiration behind the walls.
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The CALM Team Takes On Bladesmithing
Corban and Anele, eager to learn new skills took to the forge to turn railroad spikes into knives. The team signed up for Goat & Hammer's introduction to bladesmithing class in Atlanta, Georgia. CALM Collective is where art meets storytelling and we're moving forward with a series to highlight makers and craftsmen around the nation.
Corban Joins the Pelican Pro Team
Corban Lundborg, creative director at CALM Co. joins the Pelican Pro Team as a brand ambassador. Pelican cases are a classic in both the military and video production world. CALM will use the trusted cases, coolers and packs for the companies creative needs.
View the full line up of Pelican Professionals below:
We're proud to announce that we are officially open for business. After a year and a half of putting together a portfolio and drafting what kind of work we want to do in visual production as CALM Collective in serving small businesses, we have added a services tab to our website with all that we are offering.
We're happy to announce that 'Longing For Eden' is an official selection for the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival. We're honored to be a part of #GLCFF2020 selections. If you'd like to support by watching the virtual event, then click on the button below (some films are already available to watch for free on their YouTube Channel):
As of June 2020, Corban and Anele Lundborg together with CALM Collective relocated to Atlanta, Georgia after spending three years in Los Angeles, California. The move was inspired by the need for more physical space to continue to grow the brand.
This is where we keep you up-to-date with what the CALM team is up to.