A Stroll Down the 16th Street Mall at 180fps blog post

https://vimeo.com/131213724 Back in April I was in Denver Colorado producing a few corporate films for the new KPMG Ignition center and on this particular trip I had rented a Sony FS7 for the final b-roll shoot of folks working in the new office spaces. Like any inquiring mind I spent every waking chance I had … Continue reading A Stroll Down the 16th Street Mall at 180fps blog post

Wifi at 25,000 feet

We really are living in the future and I can't help but hear the echoes of the Jetson's theme song far off in the distance. This post shall serve as my first communiqué from a Boeing 737 enabled with wifi and I can't help but feel like this is completely, mind blowingly amazing. Editing together … Continue reading Wifi at 25,000 feet

An illustrated letter to user experience designers

Dear Non-Linear Editor User Experience Designers

Over the past few years I've discovered that people like myself whom are responsible for creating digital content through the majesty of cinema are challenged with attempting to edit their stories right on the timeline. I've often told clients that 'I've been editing so long that I don't see the waveforms anymore, all I see … Continue reading Dear Non-Linear Editor User Experience Designers

Pedal People is in full on post-production now

It's been a few months of production and only a few weeks of post, but my new cycling documentary, Why We Ride, is about to be picture locked. Next up is sound mixing, color grading and finalizing the credits! I forget sometimes what its like to hole up in the house when I'm in full … Continue reading Pedal People is in full on post-production now