In December 2016 I went to Winter Park Resort, Colorado to cover the 2016 US Freestyle Selections Moguls competition. My goal was to show the event from different angles including; athletes, coaches, judges, officials, and fans. I shot the event on a Wednesday and had the final video edited the following day. Delivering the final video within 24 hours of the event gained maximum exposure by capturing peoples attention while they were still thinking about the event.
In the summer of 2016 I worked as an Assistant Editor alongside Shane Nelson on professional skier Tanner Hall’s 2-year ski film ‘Ring the Alarm’. Check out some amazing skiing from the Ski Boss himself. This is the third project of Tanner’s that I have worked on, including ‘Like A Lion’ and ‘The Education of Style’.
In March 2014, and Feb/March 2015 I travelled to Russia in order to work at FIS World Cup Freestyle Ski and Snowboard competitions. My duties included interviewing the winners at each event and working as an on-site coordinator/representative of the international media rights holder, Infront Sports and Media. I took a lot of photos along the way on my iPhone 5C, a 2008 model Canon SD1000 little point and shoot, and a GoPro Hero2.
I shot and co-produced the videos for the first TEDxEdina conference held in the fall of 2015. These were two of my favorite presentations. The rest of the videos can be seen here https://www.youtube.com/playlist.
I shot thousands of crows around Minneapolis, Minnesota on a cold January evening. It got picked up by HLN/CNN and used on City Pages. Here are some of the social media links.
Murder of crows descend on city
It's a murder! A murder of crows, that is. Does this video freak you out!? http://on.hln.tv/6180BXYmC
Posted by HLN on Friday, January 15, 2016