Promo for my mother’s upcoming book, “Mister Owita’s Guide to Gardening.” Shot on Canon7D, edited in FCPX, sound on Sennheiser wireless and Zoom H4n. Music from Edward Donohue.
MSFF schedule is out! My short, Roanoke to Tel Aviv, will screen at the 12th Annual Miami Short Film Festival on the evening of November 13, 2013. The film will be included in the “Endings & Beginnings” program, a grouping of 10 films from across the globe that “explore the nature of the in-between, questioning the grandeur of our ambitions and the humility of our origins.”
Documentary short “Roanoke to Tel Aviv” selected for the Miami Short Film Festival! Written, directed, and edited by yours truly. Shot in Israel and edited in Richmond. Featuring J.R. Reynolds and Brad Greenberg.
Roanoke to Tel Aviv: Brad Greenberg and J.R. Reynolds continue hoops careers in Israel
This short doc follows two of my fellow Roanokers, and friends, in the Israeli pro basketball league. I shot it during a trip to Israel in April/May of 2013. Camera: Canon 7D. Sound: ZoomH4N and Sennheiser wireless. Edit: Final Cut X. Effects: Red Giant Carousel, CrumplePop Grain 35, ToneGrade.
Nice digital package from The Roanoke Times featuring my short documentary on two Americans in the Israeli professional basketball league.
Stories are at the heart of the work of the Southern Documentary Fund. Stories that come from the varied landscapes of the American South — its people, its history, and its contemporary life. Our mission is to help preserve and share those stories by acting as a resource for documentary artists. Through services like fiscal sponsorship, we aim to connect people, ideas, and resources — furthering our goal of growing a community of documentary artists.
GORUCK video page. Features 4 of my videos with them!
GORUCK featuring the Selection video on their "Selection" page.
GORUCK Selection video. Shot in Jacksonville, FL over a 3-day period in late January ‘13. Canon 7D. Zoom H4N. Sennheiser wireless. Final Cut X.
2013 MIT Energy Conference: From Idea to Impact— a short video used to open the conference’s Saturday session.
Newest collaboration, this one with the great people at Community Water Solutions. They are doing great work in Ghana, and currently raising funds to expand their reach. The organization essentially brings clean water to remote villages while empowering women and enriching the lives of so many in the process. The Ghana footage and photography was shot by Lucy Parker Randall, and was essential to capturing the story of one woman, Salamatu, and her journey to becoming a CWS water entrepreneur. Music was provided by Peter Seibert, and my good friend Michael Hagan took care of all of the editing. Great collaboration!
MIT Energy Conference is right around the corner! March 1-2 to be exact. Get your tix today! This is my third year working with the student-run organization. Good people doing great things!
Promo for the 2013 MIT Energy Conference featured on their home page. This is my third year working with the student-run event. Great group of people! Event is 3/1 - 3/2 in Boston. Get your tix now!