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My History of Sports Television and What Has Changed

“You have the best job in the world”. That is what people say to me when they see me manning my post at Fenway Park in Boston Massachusetts. This is how I reply, “Shooting a Red Sox game day after day was like an artist being forced to paint the same exact picture over and […]

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Kessler Timefest 2011 – Behind the Scenes of the TimeScapes Film

A few weeks ago a group of “film buddies” from around the United States got together and spent a few days shooting remote locations in beautiful Northern California’s raw landscape. I was lucky enough to be invited on this trip and got to hang out with some of the best photographers in the business. The […]

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Life Cycles Bike Film Review

I have been waiting to see the Life Cycles film since I caught wind of it when I was at Whistler mountain. My friend, Eric Peterson, who is also a filmmaker, lives near British Columbia Canada. We hit up Whistler last summer to ride the epic downhill trail system. While on the lift, Eric explained […]

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Growing is Forever – Short Film

I spent some time (for the first time) with the mighty Redwoods of northern California and it changed me forever. I plan to making an annual visit to these ancient giants and take the time to place my hand on them, relax, staring upwards. I asked Jesse to give me a back story on his […]

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365 Photo Project 2010 Complete

My buddy Nick shot a photo every day for an entire year. And the most amazing part of his project was the fact that his work was solid every single day. He is an amazing young photographer with an great eye for composition, light and subject matter. Check out some of his work. I asked […]

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Philip Bloom Canon DSLR Training DVDs – Reduced Prices

I highly recommend Philip Bloom’s F-Stop Academy DSLR training DVDs if you own either a Canon 5dmk2 or a 7d. I have watched them both and Phil’s presentation is easy to follow. Phil is very passionate about anything television or film and after viewing these DVDs, it is obvious he put a lot of work […]

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Philip Bloom’s Greenpeace India Climate Change PSA

I want to be the first person to say, “Who cares what this was shot on.” This is a great piece of visual art with a very important message to the world. I have worked along side Philip Bloom on a few projects and his passion behind the camera is unyielding. In fact, he has […]

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Great bike riding/cinematography for ad campaign

Usually I do not just post videos made by someone else on my page… But, I really like the way this footage was shot. Kinda like my style, no zooming, prime lenses, dolly, high frame rates, subtle panning, locked off shots with good composition! By posting the video here I will always have access to […]

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Philips Cinema 21:9 LCD TV and Carousel Short Film

I was around the RED ONE digital cinema camera today with Director Eric Scott Latek from Phantazma Pictures. I will be editing a short video blog in the near future with some behind the scenes footage of a project that was being shot on the RED. Today, Eric showed me some new television technology that […]

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Celtics Paul Pierce Sit Down Interview for TNT

Today I worked as a lighting director and a director of photography for Turner Network Television (TNT) in Waltham, Massachusetts. I was asked to help setup and shoot a sit down interview with John Thompson Jr. (former Georgetown University coach) and Paul Pierce of the Boston Celtics. You can watch a time lapse of our […]

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