I really like how this story came together. It’s always a little challenging to make a 78-7 game interesting and I think there are some good stories that emerged within this piece.
I was blessed enough to cover two Tommie/Johnnie games in 2015 and create some cool videos telling those stories. Here are the packages:
This was a short for my film making course. I shot and acted in this short entirely on my own. In hindsight, I should have found someone or something that I could have used to set my focus before shooting because some of the shots are a little fuzzy. Other than that, however, I really like a lot of these shots.
This was a package that I produced for my Multimedia Reporting class at St. Thomas.
This was one of the first things that I shot and produced for class. The point of the assignment was to shoot a 1-minute video featuring an interview and cut in b-roll footage over the top. It was pretty straight forward but I wanted to have a little fun with the project so I played around with the story.
Another early video for a class. I produced and starred in this piece as Max Zorin, a “retired” spy. I think it’s funny.
This short film was shot for a class and was one of the first videos I produced as a student at St. Thomas. It was shot entirely with an iPhone and edited on iMovie. It stars my 15-year-old Chihuahua, Chino.