Short films where I served as Director of Photography, in order: “The Diatom” Chris Peters, Director. Official Selection of Sundance 2012 “Palimpsestos” Yanira Cartagena, Director. Premiered at Cal State LA’s Luckman Gallery. “I Hate You, Andrew” Campbell Maynes, Director. Written by Judalina Niera. “A Trip to the Ocean” Joeseph Checcini, Director.
A little package I edited together for Richard Mille, featuring some $400K watches shot with a bellows macro lens.
I DP’d a new piece by video artist Nikhil Murthy showing now at The Armory. Check out “They Ship…” if you are in Pasadena! This film still is from a Canon 1D Mark IV (if you are camera geek).
Check out this video I shot for Andrea Bowers HERE >> From her series on the work of activists, here Enrique Morones describes his Border Angels organization.
A compilation of projects where I have served as Director of Photography, showcasing hand-held camera style, natural light, and a sweet move with the 5D mounted on a Steadicam Pilot at the end.
This still is from Transferase, a short film I DP’d and directed by Terry Chatkaupt which he will premier at LAXART in the fall. For this beauty shot, I used the Canon 5D Mark II fitted with a vintage Nikon 105mm f/2.5.
Check out Maniac’s video for Die Rad at YouTube.
All the clips above were shot with the Canon 5D Mark II fitted with a variety of lenses, including vintage Nikon primes. All the gliding shots were done with a Steadicam Pilot. If you or someone you know needs a cinematographer with a fabulous camera package – email me!
Thanks to everyone who came out last ngiht for the live remix. Watch the original film HERE>>
Escapement, a documentary about water rights on the Columbia-Snake river system and the various groups that are impacted by the Army Corps of Engineers policy, was written, narrated, shot, and directed by… me!
The Village Green hosts two summer concerts, and this last one they booked a serious sax player by the name of Kamasi Washington. He put down two solid sets of straight ahead jazz, and just as he was about to wrap it up, one our elderly residents asked him to play something she could slide [...]