I’m freelancing in the Bay Area now. I’ve been working with companies like Bonfire Labs, Teak, and more. I also still try and make time for side projects, as well as time to work with some of the NGO groups that I met in Cambodia (whew!).
I finished a side project that I shot with friends called the ‘Black and White Series’. It’s a four part series where I interview people that have jobs involving the colors black and white. Just this week ‘The Atlantic’ featured my series on their video website. You can click to read my interview, and you can watch the series here.
At Beyond Pix I was tasked to create the Bay Area Bike Coalition’s 2010 media campaign from concept to completion on a budget of less than $500. The Coalition wanted to focus on the Team Bike Challenge so I came up with some unique characters that participate in the challenge. Each character has a color I pulled from the bike coalition logo. In the end I delivered four character spots and a one team finale spot to a very happy client.
We shot on the Canon 7D and the RED camera. I edited in Final Cut and color correction was done in COLOR.
I did a lot of work for Yahoo! while working at Beyond Pix. They used these interviews internally, for marketing, and as media on some of their websites. The clips here are the openings for some of the interviews that I’ve edited.
I spent three months travelling through Southeast Asia, spending most of my time in Cambodia where I shot videos for three different non-profit groups. I was shooting on my Canon DSLR, and the video footage ranges from schools in remote villages to busy border-crossing cities. It includes interviews with local villagers, interviews with staff, and much more.
Here are a few samples of what I shot. I’m currently editing more footage for some longer format pieces for the non-profit groups.