Full-disclosure: my go-to camera for video is a Canon C100. I absolutely LOVE the image I'm able to get from it, and it's a joy to shoot with in the field. It has it's limitations, and isn't perfect for every project-- I'd still want to... Read More
I was given a special treat this afternoon, hanging out and pitching in a little with the colossally bad ass production team at MileHighHouse, as they began shooting a 30-second spot I'm slated to do editing, color-grading and some compositing work on. As a freelancer... Read More
Braved a big snow storm and some frigid temperatures this weekend to shoot what I'm hoping will be the first in a whole series of cool timelapse sequences for an upcoming client video. Planning on capturing a nice catalog of these to use as transitions;... Read More
I just wrapped up my second day of shooting motion-control timelapse sequences for an upcoming Comcast spot, filmed in Denver. My enormous thanks to Dusty Jenkins at CinePro Studios for recommending me to Showtek Events, who'll be producing the promo.Here's a short edit of some... Read More
I’m very happy to announce that I’ve added a new production camera to the collection for film and video projects!
Earlier this week, I pulled the trigger on a new Canon C-100. It arrived in the mail today, and I couldn’t help myself; I had to... Read More
A few months ago, I was browsing Vimeo and stumbled on to the beautiful, ethereal work of James Miller, who specializes in a filming technique known as “lens whacking”. The basic gist is to capture the video/film image with the lens physically detached from the... Read More