Film-Making and Video Production
“Something to Live For”, my documentary film, premiered at the Adventure Film Festival on Sept. 13th and is under consideration at other festivals. It was hard work to get it done in time, but has been exhilarating to experience the audience reaction. Commercial and documentary film projects: story development, shooting, editing and in some cases, scoring with original music. My videos are hosted on Vimeo. I’m open to working on outside projects as camera, 2nd camera, PA, rigger, or editor. Contact me about original music also. Some Recent Work:
Title: “Something to Live For”
Details: Alpinist Mick Follari fled to the mountains from a tragic past, finding solace on alpine expeditions. His dreams of a climbing legacy are suddenly – and unexpectedly – interrupted by the impending birth of his child. He struggles to embrace a new life and a new identity, but not before a dangerous and remote expedition in Afghanistan.
Title: “Marmot Peru Video”
Details: Marmot Clothing and Equipment called needing a short video stoking interest in Peru. I have years of footage from my 10 expeditions there and had only a weekend to put together something for them. Here it is.
Title: “517 15th St”
Type: Real Estate
Details: Interviews, interiors and architictural photos. $4m home featuring a 1914 farmhouse that was incorporated into the modern addition.
Title: “Ozuké: the best pickled things”
Details: The Ozuké ladies wanted a short film to introduce themselves to their customer audience. We were looking to capture their vibe, and show the personality of the company. We also worked in details about the farm that sources the food, their facility, and some delicious examples of the product in action at a party.
Title: “2330 75th St”
Type: Real Estate
Details: $7.5m Equestrian property, the listing agent wanted to show off the property with no voice overs or interviews. Used aerials and several early-morning shoots to capture the elegance and working-farm feel.
Title: “The Talisman”
Details: Pete Takeda and I traveled to Ouray with a mission: to climb the Talisman, an ice and mixed climb off Camp Bird Road. We grabbed a camera, captured some clips on the way, and edited this little video for you.