X70 on the right and a Flashpoint 300 on the far right. Jeff (center) is directing and interviewing, while Todd (left) runs b-cam. The scene from behind the camera. Screen grab from the 1280X720 proxy file. Friend and colleague Jeff Palmer invited me to shoot with him on a documentary he’s making about the MOE… Read More
I was part of NLP’s contract with Monster.com to produce their #TGIM viral marketing campaign. Footage was shot with consumer DSLRS and action cams, in Boston’s South Station and Davis Square stations.
Eric Frazer – Behind The Scenes Fashion from Eric Frazer on Vimeo. I worked with Eric a few times in the winter of 2014, as a model for his photos. I offered to produce a video for him then, but it took until March of 2015 for it to take shape. I asked a friend… Read More
Ian is one hell of an artist. A visualmancer, if you will. I met him during an employment stint at Brighton’s Cafenation. He managed the kitchen there, as well as the art displays in the cafe. Always friendly, always warm, he was great to work with and great to know. Luckily, he lives in… Read More
I shot this gritty little slice of cinema verite on my iPhone 4s camera. Because the camera is so simple, there is a feeling of immediacy when shooting with it. There is virtually no gear to distract the photographer from the subject and as a result, it can be much easier to connect with the… Read More
I have had the good fortune of knowing Larry Hott and Diane Garey of Hott Productions. They were an incredible boon to my fledgling career (and ego) when I started looking for work after college. I worked part time in their home office/studio, mostly doing assistant editing work for Diane as she and Larry finished… Read More
“Rising Voices/ Hótȟaŋiŋpi” Produced by Hott Productions Assistant Editing by Adrian Atwood