Whatever Happened to Tyrell Biggs? is not only a great sports biopic, but a film that will shine a light on the importance of after-school programs and community engagement needed to help inner city youth succeed. West Philadelphia and the Shepard Recreation Center are bursting with good stories but lack the resources to tell their own tale. Help give them a voice. http://www.tyrellbiggs.com/#!teambiggs-donors/c12us
I have been working on this documentary since 2012. The website http://www.tyrellbiggs.com sums up the story the best. how I wanted to talk a little bit about the process. Originally I was brought on as the Director and DP by Leilani Goode and D&D management. Now with the availability of DSLRS to shoot high quality HD and a low cost, we had a lot of cameras. 5d mk2, 7d, 60d everybody on the crew had at least one. Typically I prefer working with Red cameras when ever possible epic,red one, scarlet and so on. But this micro budget did not have the funds for that, so we used what we had access to. I was able to barrow a Epic for the slow mo work, and an epic & scarlet on some of the interviews on those shoots I would bring the HDSLR's for alternate angle work. Also to save time we would break up in to a couple of crews to capture b-roll in multiple spots. We shot mostly in working boxing gyms or a least I tried to as much as possible. I had some great young shooters on the team Geoff Morris, Casey David Johnson, Zafer Ulkucu, and Nicholas Mann. Later we added Kevin Hacknberg, Claire Mchale, Paul Harpel, and Gabe Weiner. The production team stayed pretty tight over time but the producers changed half way through on the project, and we gained access to more interviewees. This had started out as a little piece on Tyrell grew to be about Tyrell and the 84 Olympians with a sharper focus on the final story. This happened with time and a lot of investment by the producing team Dafna Yachin, and Molly Brennan.
New SafeGait installed at USAHS
University of Saint Augustine in Austin, installed a great new tool SafeGait to train students and research future techniques Rehab techniques. This project involved multiple shoots: time-lapse captured lab build out, 2 days of recorded training, interviews for a press package (3 edits) and social media package(two edits), followed by a launch event requiring a same day turn around and live broadcast of the press conference.
Massage Therapy and Recovery Services
Jeanelle Stauffer need a marketing tool to help smooth out the feast and famine flow of her business. I produced 5 videos for social media the allow her to promote her business across her locations and different services, I included with her shoot will Hi quality Stills to keep her in content for quite a while.
Loved working with Monica Brant and HumanN for their rebranding campaign shot on location at Power Park Fitness. For the 1 minute Video spot we shot on the Sony FS 7 and A7rIII with Drone footage from a DJi Inspire 2 and Zenmuse 5k. Stills were shot on my Sony A7rIII in studio with strobes.
Operation Comfort Sled Hockey team
Art OF Motion; Slow mo Ninjas
Through Blood: Corruption is a short film comprised of selected scenes from the full feature script written by Michael Pagano. The short focuses on the fall of Caesar into the world of mafia "button" men.
Currently we are seeking funding for the sequel feature length film, Through Blood: Salvation. The script follows Caesar through a crisis of conscience, his conversion to to Christianity and how he must now extricate himself from a life of crime.
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Holt contracted me to as a DP and Editor for the project. Shot in various locations on the Red Epic, and 5d MK2 time-lapse. The final project was edited in After effects in HD.
Under the direction of Steve Huedepohl we delivered a dynamic piece about the tough work that both HOLT and its customers do every day to support our communities.
HOLT is the Caterpillar heavy equipment dealer for 118 counties in Texas, as well as a dealer for Link-Belt cranes and AGCO farm equipment.
Alpha Warrior needed test out our course and get some live reactions to the Alpha Warrior we headed out to lovely San Diego and Active.com head quarters. Let just say it was a success.
The video was shot on 2 iPhones and a 5dII while recording Jack Greer's new acoustic album "A Saturday Afternoon in November." Jack and his son Trinity recorded some of his favorites songs with just his voice and his guitars
These are couple 30 second commercial projects, PGW shot on the Red one, the IPI project shot on EX3 with green screen. Both projects using the companies own employees for the actior positions.