A nice little one-man-band video to help Town Hall Seattle raise funds toward their $25 Million facility renovation. Shot in their offices and edited in mine, along with a little graphics work.
OK, I didn’t shoot, edit, direct or write this one. But I DID do the voice-over! I’ve recorded and directed billions and billions of voice sessions in my day. So I know how they’re supposed to sound… in my head! Here’s a shot at getting one out of my mouth. Check it out!
Video to promote giving to WNPF as being a gift to future generations. I did everything myself on the Pro Bono project.
I was tasked with explaining and humanizing the important work done by the Snoqualmie Valley Preservation Alliance. We’re all fond of the ‘table’ part of ‘Farm to Table’. Here’s a lovely look at the challenges of the ‘Farm’ part of the equation! http://www.svpa.us Thank you to Steve Allen of AM Music for the custom score,
Conducting interviews and executing carefully planned spontaneity.
When it comes to un-scripted, sometimes the best edit is no edit.
A fun shoot and even funner edit! Five cameras, including a GoPro strapped to a 2 year old who has eaten candy and missed her nap.
I directed, shot and edited a series of spots for Providence Medical Center in Everett, WA, for Larry Asher of Worker Bees. 5D’s and GoPro’s, and the help of a greenscreen.
A lot of sources, a lot of energy, a ball to edit for Rally Marketing
I got to hang out with Ron Gross of Blue Goose Productions and shoot a ‘behind the scenes’ of the making of two commercials for Dignity Memorial. The most fun I’ve ever had in a cemetery.