April 2013 Productions
No videos to preview this month (yet), but was a completely insane first two weeks with shooting in LA, NYC, a dinner at NAB in Las Vegas then more shooting in Phoenix, AZ. Here's a few snaps from the locations I've been so far.
I've been fielding a couple of edits from Sacramento's premiere wedding filmmaker, Phillip Alan Films. Phil is by far one of the best guys to work with and his growing client list is a testament to the rigorous and painstaking efforts to create consistently beautiful and moving wedding films.
On another front, I'm working with the "hardest working man in the bass fishing industry, Vince Harris at Future Pro Tour to get his fishing show to Comcast. Things almost never go as planned but are on track to end well.
For those in the area Apr. 24. I'll be at the Sacramento VIP's Pro Video Film & Lighting Show. Come check it out.
March 2013 Productions
Overture to Candide Earlier this month I was approached to record another concert for the Camellia Symphony Orchestra and their guest pianist, Natsuki Fukasawa. To the right is the opening number, but you can view her entire Gershwin piece in my Samples gallery.
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of assisting Mark Herzig on a location shoot in Marysville and on the Sutter Buttes. A great spring day on a mountain top. With no wind on the Buttes (rare for spring), we wrangled 6 cars, cast, drivers, support, lights, camera audio and were home on schedule. Kudos to Mark for pushing the schedule on this one. It involved many camera movements and considerable creative setup on his part!
February 2013 Productions
Rany Day Wedding Working hard on a professional relationship with Phil Sheffield over at Philip Alan Films and enjoying every minute! Phil is by far one of the best wedding video guys in the valley and hands-down the best at short form films. I've had the opportunity to shoot with him and his colleagues a couple of times but have branched out into editing and have had my fingers on a couple of his short films!
January 2013 Productions
I've been working on this little ditty for several months and only now and it's now safely
"in the can".
A VERY demanding project, it came to me with almost no instructions, no music, no graphics, and no script. Just a HUGE pile of unsorted footage and images. All the footage had to be sorted into some semblance of a story with sound bytes buried in unknown clips.
In the end, the client was quite pleased and offered a little bonus for going the extra mile.