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Ice Fossils Short Film – Sherman Adams Summit Building – Mount Washington, NH

I am on the summit of Mount Washington working on a job about extreme weather. I took a bit of time to shoot a short abstract film with the RED ONE MX in black and white. The windows in the Rotunda of the Sherman Adams Summit Building on the top of Mt. Washington often frame […]

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Monster Hunter – Short Film Shot on Sony PMW-F3 with S-Log

The Monster Hunter Short Film Behind the Scenes of Monster Hunter Video Blog Making movies. I’m sure all who read this blog loved doing it when they were kids. No script, just a crazy idea and a bunch of insane imaginations. Grab a camera and start shooting. No lighting, bad acting, horrible shot sequencing, crash […]

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More “Burial Site” Canon 5Dmk2 Short Film Photos

CLICK HERE to watch “Burial Site”. I am fascinated when a building is left to rot away in nature long after a humans have inhabited it. I watch the television show, “Life After People” and find it very interesting. It is not the fact that the place is empty and void of life, it is […]

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Burial Site

This is my first film shot with the Canon 5DmkII digital SLR. This camera is simply amazing and it is really changing the “film-look for video” game. The idea for this film came to me a few days ago. I wanted to shoot in an old, abandoned house with no electricity. My goal was to […]

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Burial Site – Canon 5DmkII Short Film

CLICK HERE to watch “Burial Site”. I have finally started to use my new Canon 5DmkII Digital SLR camera. This is my first DSLR and the only reason I bought it was because of the 1080 30p recording option. This camera works incredibly well in low light and I can attach fast prime lenses to […]

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Making of New Hampshire Falls

Looking for the “New Hampshire Falls” Film? Click here to watch it. I love the White Mountains of New Hampshire. I enjoy hiking in the remote wilderness of the northeastern part of the United States. I push my mountain bike into the hills and ride the single track to the base of the mountains in […]

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The Warehouse Short Film

I went back to the old warehouse by my home, this time with three other people. I had to shoot a short film here, with actors. “Left for Dead”, a short I shot alone here, just was not good enough. It was visual, but it held little story or substance. So we made a short […]

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Ultimate Boston Behind the Scenes

“Ultimate Boston” short film is now online: You can view it by clicking here. Craig Stevens and I met up on the banks of the Charles River to shoot an entire day in Boston, Massachusetts. I would bring all my television gear and Craig would bring his Nikon d70 still camera. Craig joined me to […]

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In Cold Blood

This is a quick short I put together in Ashland, Massachusetts to test out the voice over talent we are planning on using for a narrative short currently in pre-production. We plan on shooting this film in March. Shot with the Sony PMW-EX1 and Letus Extreme. I used only a Nikon 16mm f2.8 fisheye lens. […]

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Left For Dead

This short film was my first attempt with the Letus35 Extreme film lens adapter. It was shot at an abandoned warehouse near my home. I had always wanted to shoot a film here ever since I found it while mountain biking several years ago. The place was a disaster. The walls were covered with vines, […]

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The Warehouse Short Film

VIDEO BLOG Bloopers and outtakes from “The Warehouse”: You can see the actual film by clicking here. Today we shot a short film back at the old warehouse. I say we, because this time, I was not alone. I wanted to go back to this place with actors, a director and some sort of story. […]

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Left For Dead Short Film

You can see the film by clicking here. I had this crazy idea. But I had to make sure that the disgusting ruined building was still there. It was late and with no moon, very dark. Last night, after shooting a High School basketball tournament in Rhode Island I drove my car to an area […]

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