Every once in awhile, you come across an organization that you just click with. The City Gates Initiative is just that. And so, I can’t tell you how stoked I was to film this piece, let alone the tons more we have coming in the hopper.
This is a case study piece I did for one of our clients through Spire Advertising. Hellie is the owner and founder of Opus Dance Studio, and the Ashland Regional Ballet. Shot at Opus Dance Studios and the beautiful Renaissance Theatre in Mansfield, OH.
Kyle and Natalie came to me in a back door sort of way. Natalie works with my wife and we got arranged to videograph their reception that way. Since the two of them actually had a destination wedding on the beach in Texas, they held a great reception at a newly opened reception center here in Ashland, Ohio. Definitely a different and fun task just capturing the reception, but it was a blast. You can view a sneak peak of the evening’s festivities above.
I’ve known Eric and Chris for a long time, and was thrilled to fly out to Salt Lake from Ohio a few weeks back and videograph their wedding. Above you’ll find a little teaser from the day. They’re writing a great story with their lives, and it’s exciting to see them step into this new phase together. Congratulations!
A few weeks ago I spent a couple of days back in Salt Lake City, filming for my good friends at Intermountain Christian School. We were working on a few pieces for promotion and fundraising. I love their staff and their heart for the Salt Lake valley. The main piece is above; you can also take a look at the other pieces we put together at the links below.
This. This is beautiful. I may be partial, since I love this band, but you can’t tell me this footage isn’t beautiful. The soundtrack isn’t too shabby either. Footage like this is EXACTLY why I kicked myself all week for not bringing my gear to Hawaii a few weeks ago. What was I thinking??
I’m very excited to be a part of a great project going on at K2 The Church, called K2 Collective: Vol. 1. It’ll be a worship album penned entirely by K2’s own worship leaders and musicians.
I’m thrilled on many levels for this piece. Firstly, I’m thrilled to be doing some video editing for K2 again after stepping out of my staff role there in November. Secondly, I’m thrilled to not only be helping with the promotion of the new album, but to be a part of the project, as a song that I wrote called “We Are Yours” will be on the CD as well.