A video I created for the shoe company Bluprint. It was fun putting this together with my friends and family filling the shoes. The tough parts were filming myself in several scenes out of convenience. Riding a skateboard holding a monopod with a Ronin M gimbal attached to it with a Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera attached to that in a hilly neighborhood isn't for the faint of heart.
USA Olympic Athlete Nick Symmonds training for the 2016 Olympic Games in the high altitude of Albuquerque New Mexico. Here on the track in Albuquerque he discusses both his training and the mental tenacity it takes to be a long distance runner, as well as overcoming injury.
The San Diego band Mower returns for one night only at San Diego's House of Blues with bands Processor, Hi-Def Dynamite, and Timothy H. Special thanks to Asher at Ozeronix for the audio mastery as well as sikworld.com for the hospitality. Super fun to shoot and edit.
Pro Bowl NFL Linebacker of the San Francisco 49ers discusses injuries, staying healthy and how Donjoy products help keep him in the game. Shot in Santa Clara with myself and Ruben Gomez on a Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera and a Sony FS7.
Pets That Pop! Pop Out Pets are stuffed animals that are multiple animals in one toy. They are also ambassadors for change. Portions of the proceeds for Pop Out Pets go to education, conservation of animals and their habitats.
After weeks of preparation and a lot of hard work by all involved, I'm proud to post our entry in the Doritos Crash The Super Bowl Commercial Contest. Little Z did an outstanding job when we weren't testing his patience by plopping him in his chair over and over again. I'd like to personally thank my beautiful wife for her help and participation as well as Daniel Redman for the hilarious fight song. This commercial also couldn't have been made in any comfortable sense without the help of Eitan Hagler.
I feel we were able to create what was in my head, and that's saying something considering the short time it took from realization of the full concept to delivery. This isn't even mentioning three non-actors and a 20 month-old who is without a doubt the most professional of us all. I'd like to personally apologize to our house for all the abuse and stabbing it with a knife. I paid dearly cleaning up beer-soaked flour and hot sauce that was cemented on the floor. I'd also like to apologize to Z for making it OK to throw brussels sprouts but not his meals every day as he now thinks all food must be thrown.
Lee from Ikotic Tonic asked me to film Archie and Jacob of AJ and the Flip Flops as they performed the John and Yoko song Happy X MAS in a basement studio where they record. They didn't want anything too fancy so I kept it simple, just adding a little lens whacking technique I decided to try for the first time. This is where you film with the lens detached from the camera body, allowing light to shine in through your fingers. I love the feeling it gives with the organic light leaks.