I’m happiest in the midst of creation.
Bringing a creative vision to life is the ultimate euphoria. It excites me to be behind the camera capturing a moment in time from a unique perspective. There are few things more magical than when a video seems to almost make itself because all of the right pieces are in motion. Please take a moment to view the examples below of video content I’ve created.
I. “Valentines Day: Iceland”: An EDM Music Video
A mix of 12 strangers and friends go on a weeklong Valentines Day trip in Iceland. I wrote an EDM track on the flights to and from Reykjavik and used the footage from our trip to make this music video.
II. Ideas Need Action
A conversation with my little brother inspired me to make this mini music video using footage from my recent travels. The audio was recorded by a friend in Atlanta the same day the video was made, the same day as the conversation, because “Ideas Need Action”.
III. “Momma, I got plans”: A short documentary.
In late May of 2018, I decided it was time to fulfill my dream of living in California. Here’s a short film I produced documenting my travels driving across the United States starting in Atlanta, moving through New Orleans, Austin, Houston, Vegas, Denver, Joshua Tree, and finally arriving in San Diego.
IV. HugeBeerPong.com: a Virtual Reality Game
I made this video to advertise and show the gameplay for my VR game Huge Beer Pong Challenges VR.
“Huge Beer Pong Challenges VR is a single player compilation of challenges and secret desires; a playground of inspiration; and an escape to a place of ball bouncing, cup draining, heart sinking awesomeness.” Read more here: Huge Beer Pong Challenges
V. The Fountain Fotoshoot
A beautiful day in Downtown LA with the beautiful, the graceful Liz LeGrande.
VI. A rendition of M.C. Escher’s Cubic Space Division
M.C. Escher is one of my favorite artists. His ability to create patterns and illusions with mathematics captivate me. While reading his book, “Escher on Escher”, I came across Cubic Space Division and felt that Escher would have wanted me to take his work a step further. This is an animation done in Blender.