Nothing makes a bigger impression than video. Carefully crafted video content not only informs, it makes you feel. Happy, sad, entertained, hungry, whatever. But, it takes planning, practice, and skill to get it right. With thousands of projects under my belt we can work together to identify how we want to inspire your audience, identify the content that will have the greatest impact, and skillfully create that content through light and story.
The best content tells a story. It engages your audience and draws them in. This story about The Bump Brothers has engaged thousands. I was on the chairlift at Beaver Mountain with my son the first time I saw them bashing down their mogul line in their jeans. I was working for Ski Utah at the time and I knew immediately that I had to make a video with them. It was later published by Powder Magazine, picked up by several film festivals, and shared widely in the skiing sectors of the internet.
I was given the opportunity by RedBull to tell the story of one of their new athletes, Jaxson Riddle, as he prepared and competed in his first RedBull Rampage mountain bike event in Virgin, Utah. Jaxson and his crew were great to work with and any RedBull event is a real treat to lens. This story goes into Jaxson background, his preparation for Rampage and what it’s like to compete in the event of his dreams.
A River of Memories was a passion project for me after I completed my goal of rafting the Grand Canyon on a private trip. After my first western river trip, I knew I had to experience the Grand Canyon from the river level. I setoff learning everything I could about rivers and rafting. Ticking off river descents of many classic western rivers over more than a decade. But, the Grand Canyon always eluded me. When I finally completed it I knew I had to do something special with the footage.