Every so often I take a look back at some of my older work, sometimes for nostalgia, but mostly to try and gauge if I'm improving as a cinematographer and editor. For the most part, my ability to create visuals and tell a cohesive story has grown tremendously, particularly in the last four years, now that I do this full-time. But the question I keep asking myself is, where did that growth come from? I've finally found the answer, but before I tell you, let me back up a bit.Read More
In a summer that came and went I had the opportunity to shoot spots for Crayola, 2XU, and a documentary for World Wood Day that took me up to North Bennington, Vermont.
All these spots were made for Zooppa contests and are awaiting word on purchasing.Read More
This post is all about how we shot In The Shadows of the Backstretch. From what gear we used, to how often we shot, to how we budgeted our film.Read More
In Part 3 of this series leading up to the release of our documentary feature, In The Shadows of the Backstretch, I invited my wife and the films co-director, Kim, to guest blog, sharing her take on the film. -SeanRead More