The second in a series of public service announcements, this one featuring the local minor league baseball team. The general idea is to conflate sportsman-like behavior with joining in on the effort to recycle. The target demographic in this initiative isn’t folks who recycle for ideological reasons, they’re already recycling; we’re trying to reach middle-aged […]Read more "#TeamSort Public Service Announcement – The Potomac Nationals"
I was fortunate to shoot and edit this featurette for the 1,000 Hills Ministry Under the Freeway. They serve, support, and shepherd the unfortunate; congregating under the massive concrete overpasses and cathedral-like bridge supports of Houston’s freeways. Regardless of faith, my experiences with this group were unforgettable.Read more "1,000 Hills Ministry"
This was one of the first short news featurettes I shot, edited, and produced for The Prince William Channel. The county hosted the annual SeaPerch underwater robotics championships and I was able to speak with a few local teams competing at the national level. Shot on a Nikon D7000.Read more "Robots Invade Prince William"
This is the first news featurette in a new series I conceived where we ask kids Big Questions. We used the question “How many books are in the Bull Run library” to articulate and advertise the ongoing county-wide summer reading program. Shot on a Canon 5D MkIII, with a 50mm f1.4 lens.Read more "“Big Questions” Prince William Edition News Segment"
A low-budget web advertisement for Miami-Dade mayoral candidate Marcelo LLorente, establishing candidate character by combing stock footage, press materials, and user-generated video from the internet. This was my first foray into political video.Read more "“Ahora” for Marcelo Llorente"