Film Projects

The more things change

The more things change, the more they stay the same. One of the first groups in filmmaking to push back on 360 video happened to be directors.  Filmmakers who  pride themselves on being able to tell exquisite visual stories and do not want the audience messing it up by looking around.  We (the evangelists) pooh pooh’d this and said “if… Read more →

Sync is King

Sync is King It does not matter if you are shooting with 2 Kodak Pixpros, 4 Sony A7s2’s or 30 GoPro’s when it  comes to stitching said footage, your experience and output will be marginal at best if you can’t achieve sync. Let me back up a moment. What do I mean by sync?  If you are not using a… Read more →

Join me for the Stella Video Light Challenge!

First, a little background. I shoot a number of trade shows annually both local and international. They range in subject matter from New Mobility at IAA (future of smart cities and automotive in Frankfurt) to CES (consumer electronics in Las Vegas) to the Detroit auto show and World Mobile Congress in Barcelona. I’m currently packing up to go work DEMA… Read more →

Trashing Puget Sound: Downtown Field Trip

This garbage pile and the litter strewn across several blocks of downtown Seattle was brought to my attention by a concerned citizen who feels his voice isn’t really being heard. He has written emails and letters to the DOT and municipalities trying to understand who is responsible for cleaning up this mess. Blame is placed on the homeless, but that… Read more →

The Maiden of Deception Pass

This past year I have had the great honor of working with Longhouse Media to bring one of Samish Nation’s traditional stories to life via film.   THE MAIDEN OF DECEPTION PASS “A very long time ago, there was a house of Samish people living here just above the beach where there are good springs. The people made their living… Read more →

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