A quick look into the sort of work I've done over the past few years. Its kind of like when you go to the mall and you take a sample from every place in the food court, except with upbeat violin music.
Always glad to take jobs that involve burning trash-cans and slow motion mobs.
An ad bought by Playstation for their new PS4 title Infamous: Second Sons.
Cars are awe inspiring and magical when we're kids. Sometimes they can be when we're adults, too.
An ad we sold to Toyota, as well as winning first place in an Eyeka contest.
Winner of the 2015 M50 Award, and the grand prize for MoFilm NYC 2015. Cute kids win prizes.
Winner of the grand prize for MoFilm Vegas where we were given a sweet whale-tail shaped trophee from Jon Landau. This was a wonderful piece to work on.
A docu-style story about a man who lost his leg and then became a marathon runner. One article entitled it "Footlockers new ad that makes us all feel lazy." The article, and footlocker, very much enjoyed it.
Here is the for-air version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1421914688&x-yt-cl=84503534&v=jMeX9B0o1II
Sometimes we film people punching things set to inspirational voice-overs.
A piece sold to gatorade and winner of a grand prize at Eyeka.
Our first step into a long journey of pyrotechnics and cowboys.
Two commercials sold to Mrs. Dash for their Southwest and Fire flavors.
The world I most love to shoot in is one of fantasy and magic-realism. This piece for Playstation's new game "Knack" gave an awesome opportunity to work in that genre, and the company was thrilled with it.
First place winner for Mofilm Beijing.
Very summer-ish ad for Ocean Spray with the incredible talent of a beverage tossing master mixer.
A piece for EasyMac's new ad campaign, they were looking for hilariously offbeat videos with viral potential.
We gave them this. And they loved it.
I was hired to create video and motion graphic content for a group called iDisciple. Little did I know I'd get to film the glorious mustache of Jeff Foxworthy in the process.
Massive office freak outs are actually really fun in slow motion.
A piece sold to Lipton.
Our entry into the Doritos SuperBowl contest. Lots of fun. Lots of cats.
One of the rare gear-review pieces I've done. This ended up being featured on Cheesy-Cam and received more views than it really should have.
Disney requested a spot that featured a child telling a story about their lives that reflected the magic of imagination. Olivia stepped up to the challenge.
Paired with a music video by massive youtuber Scott DW and his dance offs, I was hired to created a behind the scenes style branded content piece for Qualcom Snapdragon. Always fun when there are break dancing huskies on set.
In our attempt to film more cats, we accepted a brief for Friskies. While the set was overall very relaxed, the mouse was really not super happy about the script.