My mom and I took a summer vacation to Washington. I wanted to make a video showing the majestic mountains of the North Cascades & natural beauty of a sub-alpine lake. I hope to move to the state in a year.
Took a road trip across the Southwest to see the chiseled pillars of Monument Valley, towering cliff sides of Grand Canyon's South Rim & the concave passage of Upper Antelope Canyon― This is the landscape which defines the state of Arizona.
I accompanied Brent Lee Motorsports to this rally to help film a video about it. This video was shot on my Panasonic Lumix GH4 with a Canon 25-105mm f/4 adapted to a Metabones speed booster. For stabilization I used a Glidecam & shoulder rig. Videos like these are necessary to share the experiences people have at rallies, because that will inevitably grow the sport.
My family and I took a winter vacation to the state of Washington. I wanted to make a video showing the radical beauty of the Pacific Northwestern region during winter season. The experiences I had there helped me decide where I want to live after graduating high school.
This is a compilation of my best work that was filmed & edited in the year of two thousand fourteen. It was my first year of cinematography.
This project was assigned in my digital media class at school. It was my first time casting actors and planning locations for a shoot. This video was shot with my Panasonic Lumix GH4 with an Olympus 12-40mm f/2.8 lens. Behind-the-scenes photo gallery here.
In the summer of 2014 my family and I flew to Anchorage, Alaska and rented a Jeep Grand Cherokee. Little did I know... was that this trip would one of the most memorable experiences of my life― bald eagles, physical injury, black bear confrontations, to flying over a mountain range, Alaska was real. This video highlights the most surreal moment of my life. Lake to sky.
My cousin at Brent Lee Motorsportscompeted in this rally and I came along for the ride. One of my friends, Sebastian Krywult, was nice enough to let me travel the roads with him to get the necessary shots. This video was shot with my Panasonic Lumix GH4 with an Olympus 12-40mm f/2.8 lens and a fluid head tripod