Wednesday, April 30, 2008

How to Pack a Trailer w/ Mute Math

Here's a video I produced for Mute Math while in Nashville. Jordan is pretty darn funny in this one.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

SATO 48 2008

Here is this year's SATO 48 film. Hope you like it!

Monday, April 28, 2008

Giving it Back to Kids

A few months ago I visited Vietnam with my good friends, Sesha, Jen and Reese at Convey Studios. We had the pleasure of working with Giving it Back to Kids, a nonprofit corporation that has one goal in mind: serving the orphans and widows of Vietnam. They brought us over to take photos and video so they could share the work they were doing with people back home. Somewhere along the way I got overwhelmed with the goodness they were bringing to the community and found myself in tears multiple times a day. Something amazing happens inside you when you see a forgotten, parent-less child receive a hug from an adult who cares about them. Something amazing happens when, in front of your eyes, an impoverished family is given not just a home and a means of living but dignity. The videos that follow are a gratis project I did for Giving it Back to Kids in order to express my thanks for allowing me to be a part of something so beautiful and redeeming. Check them out for yourself:

Bikes for Kids

Hai Chau Orphanage

The Father's House


New Homes

New Homes Part 2

Friday, April 25, 2008

Morgan Eats Cheetos

Actual video footage of my girlfriend eating chips on the phone.

Monday, April 21, 2008

New Orleans Blog Number 1

After this I wandered around the French Quarter, had a shrimp po boy, met some annoying drunk people and generally had a good time.

Friday, April 04, 2008

Fish Eyes

Some of my very first fisheye images from our trip to Asia... and then there's a few from Kansas City.

Shooting Mute Math in Nashville

Production on the Mute Math documentary has finally begun. I've been in Nashville for the past two days gathering footage. We're planning to go to New Orleans sometime soon to start recording. Apparently we're waiting on some recording gear. There has been a fair amount of drama involved in the process of moving and I'm sure you'll hear all about it when you watch the documentary. From what I hear I have to be sort of careful about posting video or audio or screenshots of the time we spend here so just hang in there... we'll have some images really soon.