I feel at home behind the camera, and am very lucky to make a living doing such a wide variety of projects. This is a short sample of recent work done on projects ranging from corporate, documentary, broadcast, music videos and narrative films.
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So this morning I tweeted “After 11 years of working, I am finally feeling content with the way that I pack most of my gear” and a friend said that deserves a blog post. So here’s my first blog post in several months.
Packing gear can be a pain, and I think it is an ever evolving process. You get new gear and you need a place for it to go. You have different types of shoots, different travel arrangements, etc, and what worked one day for packing may not work for another. I think the key is to have bags that can be repurposed for different things. I don’t think my packing system is perfect now, but I am at a point of being content with how it functions, and allows me to know where my stuff is when I’m shooting. Continue reading »
Another spring-time in Boston means another go at the 48 Hour Film Project. I’ve blogged about past 48 HFPs here and here, and participating in this filmmaking weekend event is something I take pretty seriously. I think it’s a great exercise in working quickly and efficiently and I encourage all filmmakers at every level to give it a go. I think it is a challenge for even the most experienced among us, and is just great to create a piece, start to finish in just one weekend. Continue reading »
So remember (probably not) a few months ago when I blogged about wanting to keep more up-to-date on my blogging and what I’ve been up to? Yeah, well it’s March 22 and this is my first blog post of 2012. So much for that. In 2011 I only uploaded 5 videos to Vimeo. Not that [...]
I recently completed a project for Rosie’s Place, a homeless women’s shelter in Boston, for their annual “Funny Women, Serious Business” fundraising event. This was the fourth video I had created for them (including this piece that I did last year). Earlier this year, Kip Tiernan, the founder of Rosie’s Place, passed away, so they [...]