In my earlier days, I teamed up with various groups of friends and helped make a number of low-budget short films. I’ve led a handful of 48 Hour Film Projects, shot smaller re-enactments for America’s Most Wanted, and most recently, countless promos for Richmond’s NBC affiliate.
I shot most everything in my portfolio with Canon 5D, 60D and C100, though I am also proficient with a variety of other camera makes and models.
Please enjoy this sampling of my videography work over the years:
This was a fun one! I shot this Morning News spot in its entirety on the racetrack formerly known as RIR (currently RR). I also edited this promo:
I collaborated with the folks from AMP and shot a couple short films for them between 2012-13. Here’s a trailer for one of their films, Masonic Secrecy:
I filmed about 95% of this promo for one of our station’s clients, including all interviews, footage of Richmond, and most of the client’s ‘events’:
I filmed this at a local middle school with our amazing AM team. I then edited it, as well:
As of October 2018, these two spots are part of the most recent major campaign I’m currently working on. I produced these from top to bottom, setting up all shoots. I filmed many of the shots around RVA (not the portions with our talent), and even built the rig that held the smoke grenades:
As part of our larger campaign promoting our on-air talent, I shot the majority of these four spots:
This is one of the most recent promos I produced, filmed and edited:
Before our main anchor retired, I was tasked with setting up a candid conversation to show the changing of the guard. These are the most beautiful promos I’ve ever had the privilege of creating: