I had a great time filming the student orientation and editing a company profile for American Honors, an education startup that will be a huge resource for community college students who plan to move on to larger 4 year universities. Learn more about them at AmericanHonors.org.
I have some fun stuff in the works over here. Stay tuned.
I finished editing the short doc about Jon Tettleton. He’s a brilliant guy and is a skilled craftsman. Be sure to check out his new website OldHatWorkshop.com
Another year of the 50 Hour Slam went superbly, and I had a great time filming some of the teams as they scrambled to put together a short film in a mere 50 hours (as the name implies).
Head over here to see the 24 finalists and vote for your favorite!
UrthTrek is a startup in the Pacific NorthWest that will be launching in the near future. They specialize in urban vs nature tours, emphasizing the beauty in each. I’ll be working with them in video and graphics as needed.
Jon is the proprietor of Old Hat Workshop in Spokane. He specializes in making furniture out of reclaimed wood. He’s also kinda brilliant.
I just finished migrating my videos to this site as more permanent place to showcase my work. The videos below are some of what I’ve done in the last 12 months. Other work I’ve done is less sharable, though certainly just as real.
I’ll continue posting here as I produce other internet friendly work. I might even add some of my photo collection soon.
Dry Fly is a distillery in Spokane that makes excellent spirits. Recognized across the country and awarded internationally, these guys know how to make good booze. They use locally grown grains and were instrumental in helping Washington State change legislation to open the doors for other small distilleries to join the game.
I the year since I produced this, they’ve upgraded their bottling line to accomodate their increased volume, but that doesn’t require volunteers to join in the process.
Credit: concept, videography, sound, edit
The Bartlett is a music venue opening in Spokane this summer, and I was very excited to help shoot this video for Pickwick at a fundraiser at the Bing Crosby Theater in March.
For the last 2 years I’ve enjoyed helping shoot behind the scenes of Spokane’s 50 Hour Slam film competition. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to stretch their filmmaking abilities to the breaking point.
I live in Browne’s Addition, the oldest neighborhood in Spokane, WA. The beautiful scenery and historical homes inspired me to look into the past more deeply and share some of what I found. Eventually I’d like to profile the history of some of the properties in more detail.
Credit: concept, videography, edit, sound
While working on a documentary about Haiti, we connected with Valentin Abe. He asked us to help promote a solar powered light that could be used by poor and rural Haitian families who don’t have access to electricity.
Abe has also developed a sustainable way for Haitians to farm and sell Tilapia. His work had him recognized as one of Time’s 100 most influential people in 2010, and he’s a partner of the Clinton Foundation