In early 2014 I was given the chance to shoot my first feature on a small island in Japan. This place was wonderfully unique for it's cats, its people, and it's name: Cat Island. The feature is now on iTunes and amazon, being distributed by Journeyman Pictures!
Some amazingly talented costuming/modeling friends were invited hang out in the woods with wolves for a day. In addition to the make up artist and photographer, I decided to shoot a fashion style piece, as one does when with wolves.
Was very fortunate to get to work with the amazing Brian Fallon (lead singer of Gaslight Anthem) on his first narrative music video for his solo career. As a result we decided it was best to make everyone as sad as possible.
Taylor's lovely schizophrenic medley of Starwars, complete with Sith make up and bow sabers. Having accrued millions of views, the people seem to approve.
A directors cut of solo footage I shot for a 3-director music video. Urban exploration, smoke bombs, and full out bonfire madness. Good times for all. Video is on a private channel only for portfolio purposes.
Got to work with (and kill) one of my favorite composers in this piece. The grammy nominated Austin Wintory, who created the music for Assassins Creed Syndicate, teamed up with Taylor and Salome for a very enjoyable tribute.
A music video shot for local indie band PowerKompany.
Filmed for artist Jillian Aversa for her new Atlantis Awakening Album. Always excited to jump onto some fantasy filming, it was a pleasure filming with Jillian and these three witchy women hanging out in some ruins.
The oldest piece posted on my site, this was my senior thesis in college. There is much I'd go back and change, but I still look back fondly on this one. It did really well on the festival circuit and won best production design for 2010.
The first Kickstarter I've set up and filmed for. Special appearance by my brother, who's feature film is the subject of the video. Glad to say this kickstarter surpassed it's goal.
I've since done others and encourage anyone with the ability to go for these.
One of many videos I've shot with YouTube violinist Taylor Davis and a tribute to one of my favorite video games. Currently at two million views, this is for the moment the most popular piece we've worked on together.