A local creative company behind the revival of the Youtube web series character known as Ratchet Raychel has also announced an art exhibit called 101 Hoodlins, which will feature the show’s characters in a pop-up event in Los Angeles. BigFooters, the production company behind the web series and event, has been working non-stop to bring the characters to the big screen.
Anyone who enjoys nineties-themed comedy would fall in love with the adult humored online show entitled Ratchet Raychel. After a couple years of no production the show has recently come back to life through the efforts of the up-and-coming production house known as BigFooters, which has revived Raychel in hopes to turn it into a real show.
At the show’s helm is Brandon Dean Johnson, creator of The Ratchet Raychel Show and The Hoodlins. Brandon has been around the creative and entertainment scene for quite a while now but has recently gained more renown after launching his production and development company, BigFooters. The creative has worked for and alongside some of the biggest names in television and entertainment but has only recently stepped out of the shadows to bring his visions to life.
Brandon’s story is one of hard work and perseverance, given that the storyteller and filmmaker has spent the last few years honing his craft. He won the Best International Director award in the Prodigy Film Festival in 2019 and received many other nominations for various categories. He started BigFooters to deliver to the industry and audiences everywhere a new and steady flow of high-quality original content in partnership with major media outlets. The company has been behind various events, animation projects, and short films.
It is not often that highly established individuals leave all they know to experience the risks of entrepreneurship. But believing that there was more to his story than most thought, Brandon Dean Johnson took the leap of faith to create a whole new narrative with his start-up company, which started as a side hustle until he decided to focus on BigFooters full-time.
“I said goodbye to my former place of employment because I wanted to pursue a bigger cause that allowed the opportunity to completely and freely exercise creativity,” explained Brandon.
His upcoming event, 101 Hoodlins Art Show, is one of those many expressions. The artworks will be available in a pop-style event at 2270 Venice Boulevard in Los Angeles from June 11 to 13, 2021. For those who cannot make it to the venue, the artworks will also be available online. Other branded merchandise, including posters, stickers, clothing, and others will also be available for sale all year round, with the launch pegged around the same time as the event.
Brandon will be the first to recognize the challenges behind bringing this nineties themed character to life. Still, the experience has been somewhat exciting for the BigFooters team and many of Ratchet Raychel and Hoodlin fans worldwide.