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Name  Jeff Richter

Jeff Richter is an American music video director and editor who mostly directs music videos and commercials. He has worked for Intuitive Entertainment, MTV Networks, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and is the owner of Earthquake Productions, a production company where he directs and edits his own music videos, concert films and commercials.

Select videography

1989
  • "Bed of Nails" (directed by Nigel Dick; editor only) - Alice Cooper
  • 1990
  • "The More Things Change" - Cinderella
  • 1992
  • "Foreclosure of a Dream" - Megadeth
  • 1994
  • "Foreign Sand" - Roger Taylor featuring Yoshiki
  • 1996
  • "Work It Out" (directed by Nigel Dick; editor only) - Def Leppard
  • 1997
  • "Break on Through (To the Other Side)" (version 2) - The Doors
  • 1998
  • "Ain't Goin' to Goa" ('98 Radio Remix) - Alabama 3
  • 1999
  • "Nobody Can Stop Me" (directed by Gregory Dark; editor only) - Bizzy Bone
  • "Blue Monday" (directed by Gregory Dark; editor only) - Orgy
  • "Fuck Dying" (directed by Gregory Dark; editor only) - Ice Cube featuring Korn
  • "Thug Mentality" (directed by Gregory Dark; editor only) - Krayzie Bone
  • "Awful" - Hole
  • "Good to Be Alive" (Radio Remix) - DJ Rap
  • "Welcome to the Jungle" (Live) - Guns N' Roses
  • "The Anthem" - Sway & King Tech featuring RZA, Tech N9ne, Eminem, Xzibit, Pharoahe Monch, Kool G Rap, Jayo Felony, Chino XL and KRS-One
  • 2000
  • "Whoa!" - Black Rob
  • "Into the Void" (co-directed with Walter Stern; also editor) - Nine Inch Nails
  • "You Sang to Me" (also editor) - Marc Anthony
  • "Quality Control" - Jurassic 5
  • "Wifey" - Next
  • "The Light" - Pharoahe Monch
  • "Oooh." - De La Soul featuring Redman
  • "Oh No" - Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch and Nate Dogg
  • "After Party" - Koffee Brown
  • 2001
  • "W.O.E. Is Me (World of Entertainment)" (uncredited) - Jurassic 5
  • "It Don't Matter" - Rehab
  • "La Rhumba" - RZA as Bobby Digital featuring Method Man, Killa Sin and Beretta 9
  • 2002
  • "The Knoc" - Knoc-turn'al featuring Missy Elliott and Dr. Dre
  • 2003
  • "Send the Pain Below" - Chevelle
  • "Worms of the Earth" - Finch
  • "We Want Peace" - Lenny Kravitz
  • "True to Myself" - Ziggy Marley
  • 2004
  • "She Bangs" - William Hung
  • "Saturday Night" - Ozomatli
  • 2005
  • "Comin' to Your City" - Big & Rich
  • 2007
  • "Rise Today" (directed by Dale Resteghini; editor only) - Alter Bridge
  • "Calling You" (also editor) - Blue October
  • References

    Jeff Richter Wikipedia


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