Recently my wife and I announced our plans to relocate to San Francisco. I’ve been working at a medium sized post-production facility in Indianapolis for two years now, her working in communications for an interactive history park, and we both settled into a groove with day-to-day tasks. This, coupled with the desire to live out of state for some time, drove our decision to give it a try on the west coast. We’re looking for new challenges, new adventures, new experiences. Learning and experiencing, we’ll see what is to come.
Below is a compilation of work that I’ve completed thus far in my career. It comprises commercial broadcast, long and short form documentary, music video, animation, and timelapse. Enjoy!
A few photos from a day hike in southern Indiana:
Been messing with realistic looking HDR photography as of lately. Here is a pretty satisfying attempt:
I’ve been busy plugging away at a small documentary I’m writing/filming/editing, in addition to my full-time gig and taking advantage of some non-photo/video related time, I haven’t had much time to post anything. Here are some recent photos I’ve finally gotten around to editing:
I’ll admit that in my travels to bigger cities, upon my return to Indianapolis I’ve been quick to address its flaws and how much better off the city would be with this or with that. Last week the Super Bowl came to town and I was filled with a different feeling about my home city, pride. Indianapolis put together a spectacle that was truly something for all Indianapolisonians (spelling?) to be proud of their city for. It brought together workers, volunteers, artists, and it’s welcoming citizens to show the world what the city has to offer. Indianapolis, you’re beautiful.
Side note: An individual with measles did attend on the most crowded night. Some people just don’t think things through.
A little preview of what I’m working on while the Super Bowl is in town.
San Francisco images soon!