Reverie - a state of being pleasantly lost in one's thoughts
Lens: Veydra 35mm T2.2 and Anamorphic adaptor 2x
Filters: Tiffen Black Pro Mist 1/8
Lens: SLR Magic 25mm T0.95 MFT and Anamorphic adaptor 2x
Filters: Tiffen Black satin 2 and Variable ND
Artistry, a mini-documentary series that tells the story of artists finding their way in the world. The goal is to share their thought process, their fears, successes, and goals. In a broader context, it will help continue my learning and yours as we all shape and grow into our craft. My mom is an artist, but she sacrificed her dreams and dictated 25 years of her life to raise my sister and I. Now my mom is on a journey back to perfecting her craft! I am so proud of her and I want her to succeed!
I created this video about my insecurities. My weight seems to be everyone's first impression. This is common for everyone, large or small. Let's be vulnerable and get to know the person beyond the body. We all share some insecurities about ourselves.
Camera: Canon C100
Lighting: Kino Flo (Four bank) boomed above and 2 Arri 650 Watt
Music by Ben Lukas Boysen, "Sorry" https://soundcloud.com/benlukasboysen
Mission: Zambia is a series of stories that follow Pastor Taurus Montgomery of Harbor of Hope, Pastor in training Rodney Osborne, and the National Association for the Prevention of Starvation, NAPS. This non-profit missionary group mission is to spread love, food, aid and the message of God.
I filmed this entire project on my Nikon D750 with a Rode Video Mic. Do to gear being lost, I had to make do with the internal audio. Though it may not be the best audio quality, I am proud of the amount of work I put into this project. I created the intro scenes, parallax, and time-lapses, along with filming interviews.
South Pointe Pier is a beautiful place to watch the sunset and see the city skyline. I hope you enjoy!
Filmed with the Canon 1dx Mark II
Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 II
Drowning in Colour is a conceptual collaboration with Roses Et Pivoines, a high-end floral boutique in Miami, FL.
Filmed with the Canon 1dx Mark II
Tamron 90mm f/2.8 Macro
Throne of Fire is a visual concept which I derived from Daniel 7:9. Verses 1-8 talk about the various beasts that Daniel sees, one conquering after the other. But in verse 9, it describes a much greater power, "The Ancient of Days". God is called many names in the Bible, but this was my first time reading this name of God. It struck a chord with me and did not leave my thoughts. Verse 9 continues to describe "The Ancient of Days" ... "Whose garment was white as snow" ... "His throne was like the fiery flame". At the time of reading this, I don't know how I could tie in the proper visuals. At this point, I've already photographed a couple of time lapse. As I revisited the images, it hit me right there. Using various time-lapses of clouds as the medium would fill my visual need. So the 5-month journey began, going out almost every evening after work to see if there was an amazing sunset. Out of the many time-lapses I captured, only six made it to my picture lock. I hope you will enjoy and I encourage you to read Daniel 7 and also Matthew 24:30, "...and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory."
Filmed with the Nikon D750
Music by Tony Anderson - "All is Not Lost"