I worked with a micro crew to get this music video done on location. Filmed in 4 and a half hours. Countless hours of editing and completed in 2 and a half weeks.
Natural light and LED lights for the shot.
4th set up.
The Crew shot.
I’ve been on a hiatus in the arts world focusing my energy as an HDLSR Filmmaker. I am now currently working on an a abstract collection. I’ve been doodling, experimenting, and pondering.
This is number 1 of the collection, the 1st creation.
It is an obsession. I have the flare for the hardship and gruelling process of motion pictures. When I sit back and reflect in the middle of this organized chaos I am thankful for what I got my self into and I love it. I’m in the zone creating these projects. Passion is a major factor and collaborating amongst the people involved in a project is a blessing. What you see here are works from my first attempts as a HDSLR Filmmaker.
Found an antique mall and tested out the Canon 10-22mm wide lens. Wow I was in a tight and cramped space and the lens worked great.
They call this shoe Frontiers: Danielson. I call it the “Bentley”, of my shoe collection. I have had this shoe for many years now and it’s been worn only during sunny days. But on rare occasions when it is a must, I would jive on these shoes on a rainy day.
Danielson is from shoe designer John Fluevog. He creates ladies and men’s stylish shoes. I recently checked out his shoe collection and these pairs of shoes are no longer available. Rare it is. And yessss I have a pair.
I’ve been collecting and fronting his shoes for more than a decade. They are head turners and most of all, his shoes are f!@#ng comfortable. It is true some of them might need to be breakin’ in, just like a brand new spanking sports car. And when it is time to fashion John Fluevog shoes, they are worth the time and money. Oh yes they are more than your average price of shoes.
Check out his new collection, enjoy, drool, and hell yah buy a pair.
Lucid AfterLife performing “Loaded Guns” followed by “Lillith.
Do you love Rock music!? Check this band out. Have an eye for editing styles check out the video.
I filmed the bands EP release party and putting together their set was a rush. It was exciting when I found a style on how to set the tone of their live performance video. The red lighting helped and as you will see it was perfect for their music set. The goal was to take a live performance and give each song a certain look, vibe, mood, and so on. Here are two of the songs from their set and the last song “Lillith”, is a glimpse of how the rest of the video looked.