I shot half of and edited all of a wedding video for my sister, Kathy. This is a montage I put together for the end of the video.
Here’s a video of our cat Ozzy taking a dollar out of my wallet. This was staged only in that I set up the wallet, the cat, and the camera in a manner so that he would repeat what he had done earlier while I was on a conference call. It was tough to explain to the participants that I yelled “Hey! No!” and laughed because the cat had hit my wallet off the table and took out a dollar from it.
Ozzy sadly passed away in 2011, but we have plenty of great memories of him, including this.
I recorded and edited this video at a local Cider Mill for a local band’s song of the same name. I was very happy to get the spirit of the song in the video, as well as a brief five-second moment where you learn cider is made.
Back in 2005 I was an assistant on this shoot, which mainly meant I was involved in throwing fake blood at my friends.
I am proud to have been one of thirty-or-so videographers for this insane video. Many of my shots ended up in the final product. I was mainly planted underneath the guitarist, Saturn Missile.
Here’s my first wedding video, from 2005, in full.
Video for the song “Accompany Me” by poorpete. This was recording in a half-an-hour with only the vaguest idea of what we were making. The song was recorded afterwards and assembled over a Friday night.
My first student video, recorded in September 2001. I was the producer and actor on the shot, though we all collaborated on shot ideas and editing.