Hey everybody. I’ve been having some issues with the videos loading correctly on my main part of my slider page. So while I’m working on fixing that. I though I would post them here.
I’m putting them on here in order of age. So some of my equipment and skill have improved over the years. Take a look and let me know what you think!
Here is a simple After Effects Animation that I just did to support one of my images. I think it could be interesting to post some of these text animations into your images to add context to them.
I’m just wrapping up a large video series on Wellness and Massage. Here is a short clip from it:
I’ve been working on filming with Helicopters. Here is a sample
Here is a Kinetic treatment themed around one of my favorite image:
An older video, shot to support the cover of my photo on Climbing Magazine.
A video showing the intensity of Dry Tooling. Any second, you might….
Pine Creek is one of the most amazing place in Southern Utah. Full of color and amazing features.
Chateau Apres Hotel this video is a few years old, but was created to help promote the hotel and answer a few questions for customers.
A Stampin’ Up! video that I did while I was there.
I here is a sort clip from a series that I did with Mialisa:
A quick coorperate video that I did while at Stampin Up!
Dude, You’re Welcome product kit video that I did.
Incorporate Massage video to get company a grant for a small business contest.
Employee Lip Dub! Group project. This video was a collaboration with many people involved. I sketched, corriagraphed and directed from 1:05 -2:11
I recently did a combined video and photo shoot for a commercial for a senior living center. The footage will air on a local TV station and the images will publish in their medias. Mostly on their web site and print collaterals.
It was super interesting. I had to light one room to work with multiple angles so that I could run though the shoot in only a few hours. Also I had to rig up my video lights do help with the video I was running in between all the shots. Because we all need video and photos for all of our content right?!
So not all the lighting was totally perfect but it worked for what we had to do.
During the edit I came across this image and it made me stop fo
I’ve been crazy busy! Too busy to put a ton of time into my site. I’ve been working on many photo projects and feel like it would take forever to blog very many of them.
Here is one that I have really loved. I’ve spent the last few weeks working on a big Utah Cheese project. I really love these artisan cheeses and the passion behind them. The creativity and knowledge is really incredible. My palate is in heaven!
I’m going to try to sneak a few pictures in over the next few weeks. Here is one from last night. This plate came from P712 in Orem Utah. It is amazing! Have you all been here yet?
This is P712’s cheese plate. It feature local cheeses and meats from all over utah. The Olives and Currant Mustardo where paired with these flavors very well.
I have a bunch of photos from this shoot and they are all shot in a editorial way. I’m working in a new way on them that I’ll probably blog about the way I’m shooting these later on. But for know, I’ve got to keep on editing!
Nirto Circus athletes pretty amazing! I wasn’t quite sure what I was going to photograph at this event, and I could hardly believe my eyes the first jump I saw.
This photo shoot was done late at night down town Salt Lake City. I was surprised to here athletes say that it was a little nerve racking doing the jump because they were floating in pure blackness. Although you would never really know it base on what they where doing. Front-flips, back-flips you name it. It was very impressive subject matter to photograph.
I love these animated images. I feel like there are so many possibilities when working with them. One of my favorite designers Tiffany and I are going to start trying to do a few durning our lunches once and a while over the next few weeks.
If any of you have any projects you would like us to work on for you in this relm let us know. We’d love to do some of these for you!
I’m going to answer a few questions about the project in advance: This was done with a combonation of photograph and video techniques. I’ve always been in love with the cross processed look, so I usually love to apply the instagram type of looks to my video and photography projects. Tiffany is the model. And yes, I do love my life!
Here is another shot that I did. I actually did it a few years ago and never posted it. I love everything about this shot though. They styling and lighting. Even the model is pretty terrific.
This shot was for a magazine to feature the mobile project and the products to create it.
I light this to look as soft and natural as possible for an editorial piece here in Salt Lake City.
Thanks for looking, please leave a comment to let me know you where here!
This is from a shoot I did a few months back for Stampin Up’s magazine that I work on here in Salt Lake City. I love to photograph food. They are usually pretty fun.
I do most the styling on my shoots and I work really close with a few designers to make sure that my photographs go well with design. This is one that I think turned out pretty good.
I never imagined that I would be a stylist and photographer on these shots that I’m doing but I love what I do. I’m going to keep post some of my favorites from past magazines that I’ve worked on.
I worked on this with Steve Day. He is an amazing designer and is great to work with.
Here are the rest of the photos from the first part of this trip. I’ll be running around a bit more so I’m sure I’ll upload some later.
So all the mountain and climbing photos are from the Blue Mountains in Australia.
This area is amazing! The cliff bands go forever and ever and have a huge variety in features, steepness and grade.
In the post before this one there are some photos of an amazing 600′ 11-. Amazing!! It was overhanging most of the route and covered by some of the most amazing holds I’ve ever climbed on!
The area with all the tree’s was really impressive! I was feeling totally jet lagged that day so I didn’t do a ton, just a handfull of easier routes. It as one a cliff band that went on and on. There had to be over 200 routes. All slightly over hanging and most of them had giant roofs on the top of the climbs.
They forrest around it was just as amazing! Thick and covered in Eucalyptus trees releasing blue vapors. I’m pretty sure you can taste it in the air.
I’ll be traveling a few more days and then its off to an event to photograph and shoot video!
Thanks for checking in!
I’m in Australia for a few weeks traveling and working (photography and video). My feet are killing from walking all over Sydney so I thought I would take a minute to dump some photos on here. These are from the Blue Mountains in Australia.
I love this rock! It has the coolest features I’ve ever climbed on!
For those of you who don’t know I work on a monthly magazine called Stampin Success.
I was excited because this last month my wife fit our cover styling and stratagem perfectly.
Check out her beautiful self below.
I have SO much photography work that I don’t have up anywhere that I’m going to try to keep putting up. I usually can’t publish any of the images until long after the publications have been out. And we work several months ahead so sometime after they come out it don’t feel very new to me.
Check back from more images from our editor/training magazine in the near future.
This image was done in our studio right here in the Salt Lake City, Utah area.