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Sox For Life – NESN Ad Campagn & more from Fenway Park

This blog has a bunch of random stuff in it. But the common thread is the Boston Red Sox. I am sitting in the press room at Fenway Park on my lunch break and decided to write a quick blog. I have been working this summer on an ad campaign with the Red Sox. It […]

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Letus Mini 35mm Lens Adapter on Sony SR11 – Video Blog and Quick Review

I have used the Letus Extreme, Elite and Ultimate 35mm lens adapters. I use them almost everyday in the Boston area for broadcast television, features for sports and sit down interviews for documentaries. I am very happy with them and until now, I had never tried the Letus Mini. I borrowed a Mini from a […]

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Creepy Crawlies

I bought the Canon MP-E 65mm f2.8 manual 1-5x macro lens a month ago and today was the first time I had a chance to try it out. The lens is $1000.00 and it is a specialty lens. It is good for only one thing, macro photos and video (using Letus DOF adapters or a […]

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Fenway Flavor

This is a sample of the work I have shot for broadcast television this fall at Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox. This footage is currently being used for playoff promos and could possibly be utilized in a documentary about Fenway Park. This was shot at 1080 30p with a Sony PMW-EX1 and a […]

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Dog Days

I shot this video as a demo for a production company who is shooting a series for the Discovery channel on dogs. They were interested in the look of the EX1, the Letus Extreme and my assortment of lenses. The dogs in the video include my golden retriever, Zac, and my parents dogs, Maya and […]

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AC – Downhill Mountain Biker

Downhill Mountain Bike Film featuring AC shot at Attitash Mountain in Bartlett, New Hampshire (September 2009). AC is a Giant Bicycles/Michelin Tires rider and he rips on a 2009 Giant Glory DH mountain bike. Shot on a Sony PMW-EX1 with Letus Ultimate, Canon 5dmk2, and a Panasonic Lumix ZS3. I used all Nikon prime lenses. […]

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“Fenway Flavor” – Sony EX1 and Letus Ultimate at Fenway Park

Looking for the video “Fenway Flavor”? You can find it here. I work as a professional sports camera operator high up on the left field roof at Fenway Park covering the Boston Red Sox. I have seen countless games from my perch next to the foul pole and pointed my $100,000 high definition camera with […]

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Attitash Mountain Biking

This is a short film I shot and edited for Attitash Mountain in Bartlett, New Hampshire. The idea was to create a film for to let other mountain bikers (or people who want to try the sport) know that Attitash has some great lift service downhill mountain biking. I shot this three days ago […]

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I shot this in Whitewater, Wisconsin for a Chicago client. This video was prepared for to help promote abstract expressionist artist, Manuel Guerrero Mora. This location was called Natureland and it was a small natural area full of spring-fed streams that flowed through a lush green park and into Whitewater Lake. I shot this […]

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PBS Frontline HDTV Show Open Shot with Sony EX1 and Letus Ultimate

I was hired by the same company that shot and composited the standard definition show open and background elements for the PBS show Frontline. The name of the graphics/production company is One80 Visual and they were asked by Frontline to re-create the classic show components in high definition. The idea was to simply shoot the […]

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Shake-A-Leg Adaptive Sailing Program

Shake-A-Leg (Newport, Rhode Island) is a non-profit organization that offers assistance to people with all types of disabilities, both physical and mental. I was asked to shoot, narrate and edit a documentary on Shake-A-Leg’s unique and innovative adaptive sailing program. This program uses modified sailboats and 12 metre famed America’s Cup racing yachts and brings […]

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Letus B4 Pro Relay & Letus Ultimate on Sony HDCAM

I have been working in television for over ten years and one of my biggest challenges is to shoot engaging b-roll that catches the eye of the viewer and helps tell a story. I have always been a big fan of shallow depth of field and I would achieve it by shooting at or near […]

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