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Passion Project Summer 2013June 26, 2013 · 0 Comments
Last weekend I gathered my good friends Evan Senn (1st AC), Joshua Singer (2nd AC) & Micah Lapoint (Talent) to head out on my latest project. I started talking to Micah, an amazingly talented trail runner, about a year ago. When I first approached him about shooting a trail running piece with him as the
Road to PerditionApril 3, 2013 · 0 Comments
Watching movies for the technical is a hobby of mine. I promise myself not to get caught up in the technical and focus solely on the story. Yes, story is KING. If the story isn’t there it isn’t worth going through the crazy process of bringing it to the screen. In the case of Road
Test, Test, Test…March 24, 2013 · 0 Comments
I’m an AVID American Cinematographer reader and podcast listener. One thing I’ve learned, most DP’s take their time on choosing what to shoot their upcoming projects on. They test every viable option before they throw it in the arena for battle. These days, on many projects, DP’s are testing digital sensors rather than film stocks.
Shooting BarbecueMarch 20, 2013 · 0 Comments
Over the last few years I’ve had the pleasure of shooting quite a bit of food. The goal has been to not fill the frame with fluff. The client wants real “edible” food that’s cooked on a surface you would be cooking on at home. That’s right, the grates are dirty and cooked on and
“Forged From Iron” Behind the ShootMarch 15, 2013 · 0 Comments
Behind the Scenes Video: “Forged From Iron” was an idea I had to spotlight the amount of love and dedication Yoder Smokers puts into their products. Yoder Smokers is a family owned and operated manufacturing facility in Yoder, Kansas… It just so happens it’s my family. But that’s neither here nor there. There are few
GoRun Behind the ShootAugust 12, 2011 · 0 Comments
As a runner and a filmmaker this was a dream job! We put together the treatment, storyboards & voice before we took the project to the client to pitch our idea… Now sure, that’s what all companies do, but in this case, they had no idea we were working on this project. Early on in