Here is a montage of the top photos, timelapses, and parallax images from the Boston Red sox photography staff over the third home stand of the 2017 season.
Here is a montage of the top photos, timelapses, and parallax images from the Boston Red sox photography staff over the second home stand of the 2017 season.
This is a promotional video I shot and edited for the YMCA of Greater Boston. It highlights the YMCA Achievers program, a community initiative that offers local youth in the greater Boston area services to further their chances of being accepted into college. As you’ll see from the video, the program offers a variety of resources and initiatives to help kids turn that dream into a reality, year after year.
Thanks to the YMCA of Greater Boston for having me shoot this fantastic program!
The above videos are a series of promotional pieces I produced for the Boston Red Sox during their 2017 Spring Training campaign in Fort Myers, Florida. Each one is a 15-second mini-vignette highlighting a different player on the team. They’re made up of still photographs, video, timelapses, b-roll footage, and parallaxes. The b-roll video comes from the very talented team of shooters in the Red Sox video productions department. These were published across the Boston Red Sox official social media channels.
It was good to get back into the swing of editing video after a few weeks away from it. Working with multimedia allows you to package the content you produce in different ways, which is good for the creative soul.
Here is my latest video piece I shot, edited, and produced for Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) soccer. It’s a promo video for the release of their advertising campaign for the 2016-2017 season.
Our goal was to show the long hours and dedication put in by players in the league through the eyes of one girl. We shot the main footage under an abandoned bridge in Boston to give the piece a gritty feel, then combined it with previous ECNL tournament footage I’ve gathered.
The piece was shot on a Canon C100 Mark II mounted to a Movi, as well as with a Nikon DSLR.
We tried to be different with this video compared to others we’ve worked on for ECNL in the past. We wanted this one to be more cinematic and moody, and I think that comes across well.
Here is my latest video piece I shot, edited, and produced for Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) soccer. It’s a music promo video from their national championship tournaments in San Diego, California.
The piece includes new footage and interviews collected on site with a combination of Nikon DSLR’s and the Sony FS7 mirrorless camera. That footage was shot in collaboration with West Coast shooter, Christian Ortiz.
I’m happy with the way it turned out. Thanks to the ECNL for having me on board for another project!
Here is a slideshow of the Red Sox photography staff’s top photos from the eighth home stand of the season!
This is a photo slideshow comprised of the top photographs shot by the Boston Red Sox photography staff over the course of the third home stand of the 2016 season. It’s packaged into a one minute piece, and was published on the team’s official Instagram account and social media channels.
This is a music video I produced for Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) soccer, one of my favorite clients to work with.
The league is releasing a new “Fuel Your Fire” marketing campaign for the 2015-2016 season, and wanted a video piece to be accompany the announcement. Fresh off the 2015 Women’s World Cup, and with the 2016 Olympic Games on the horizon, this year is shaping up to be a great one for women’s soccer.
The music track is by Abby Ward, a 14 year old born with Congenital Nystagmus – a rare defect that delays visual maturation and often causes the eyes to shake. She loves to sing, and has partnered with the ECNL to produce this song. Here is her story.
This video was complex to pull together, requiring five different shoots over several locations and states. All of the scenes are woven together by the thread of the fire dancer. A huge thanks to Liz Knights of Cirque De Light in Boston. It was amazing working with her and filming her dance routines in slow motion!
A big thanks also to Remy, an aspiring young actress in Baltimore, for her beautiful work in the monkey bars scene, to Alice Goldstein-Plesser, a student at Goucher College, for her appearance in the library scene, to Stacey Lamboni of the Boston Red Sox video productions department for waking up at 6am to shoot the gym scene, and to the Boston Breakers U16 ECNL team for meeting us at Harvard University to collect footage. The video could not have happened without the help of all of you, and I’m very grateful!
Given the amount of shooting required, we came right down to the wire with our deadline, but managed to finish it on time, and I’m very happy and proud of the end result.
This is a compilation of aerial drone footage I shot during a recent visit to Lake Ossipee in Ossipee, New Hampshire. I was just up for a weekend visit with a group of great friends, but I knew that the foliage would look great this time of year, so I brought my drone with me.
I didn’t spend a whole lot of time with this edit. Just a quick, pretty piece to look at before the winter comes!