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  1. Behind The Scenes || Rooftop Doodle Video

    30 Jul 2016

    Here’s a little split screen video from my Rooftop Session with Dave. I’m using my Canon 5D Mark II on a Glidecam HD 4000. Lens is a 17-40mm F4. BTS Video (Iphone) I was hoping to make this blog post a complete walkthrough of the process but I accidentally deleted…

  2. How To Edit Your Photos Using Google’s FREE Nik Collection + Bonus Tip [VIDEO]

    08 May 2016

    Google recently made their Nik Collection FREE FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD. I’ve purchased this plug-in set twice in the past because I use it so much. The fact that it is free now, is HUGE. Here’s how you can download it and how I like to use my favorite plug-in, …

  3. 14k | A Fashion Film and Behind The Scenes with Alley Calkins

    04 Aug 2015

    I’m really excited to share a string of collaborations I’ve been working on this past month. My friend Alley Calkins hit me up and asked if I wanted to film her in action. I’ve always wanted to work with her so I jumped on the opportunity. We shot at Point…

  4. [ VIDEO ] LA Photoshoots | Behind The Scenes & Trip VLOG

    21 Jun 2015

    Last week my friends and I flew down to LA for a collab with City Approval. They did their media circuit and performed at The Mint LA while I drank tequila and ran around with my camera.  Here’s a behind the scenes video and some photos of our adventures out…

  5. Behind the Scenes | “Bring Your A-Game”: A Social Media Campaign

    06 May 2015

    Back in January, I was asked by the ladies of Alpha Phi to shoot a promo video for their spring philanthropy, “Phifa,” a week-long soccer tournament that raises money for women’s heart health and cardiac care. I didn’t make them a video. Here’s what we did instead, and why it…

  6. [PHOTO] How I Lit It | Fitness Shoot

    06 May 2015

    I thought I’d switch it up and post a photo related blog post. When I started getting into photography in my cramped basement single back in college, behind the scenes blogs and how-to videos were the biggest tools that I utilized in teaching myself how to light and strobe. So…

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