Client Work: GORUCK Gear Videos
Product videos highlighting the features of GORUCK's top-selling items.
Independent Feature: The Ground in Winter
Feature documentary in-progress about a late-author’s son who hits the road with his father in an effort to make his mother’s debut memoir a bestseller just months after her death.
Independent Feature: Unbelievable is Believable Here
Independent feature documentary chronicling VCU's historic and improbable run to the 2011 NCAA Final Four. Written, directed, produced, and edited by Phil Wall
Client Work: JUST
Client work for JUST Water, featuring documentary-styled videos to help tell the company's unique story and vision.
Client Work: Bucknell University Athletics
Short video projects promoting Bucknell Athletics.
Independent Feature: The Passing Game
Documentary film and podcast featuring legendary prep school basketball coach Fletcher Arritt. The film and show feature interviews with some of the best coaches and players within the basketball community.
Client Work: GORUCK
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Client Work: PRIME
Client video for PRIME ( aimed at helping the launch of PRIME's pioneering first investment, Quidnet Energy.
Saha Global in Ghana
Video work for Saha Global, an NGO with water and solar initiatives in Ghana, Africa.
Independent Short: Roanoke to Tel Aviv
Former NBA GM Brad Greenberg and former ACC standout J.R. Reynolds travel 6,000 miles from their hometown (Roanoke, VA) to continue their careers in the Israeli professional basketball league.
Client Work: Carol Wall - Author
Promotional materials for MISTER OWITA'S GUIDE TO GARDENING, a memoir by Carol Wall. Published in March 2014 by Putnam/Amy Einhorn Books.
AdvertisingDigital PhotographyFilm
Client Work: Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Web video production, consultation, and distribution for Kiplinger's Personal Finance.
CinematographyDirectingWeb Development
Client Work: FINsix
Product video for the FINsix DART's Kickstarter launch.
2011 NCAA Tournament Shorts
Short documentary films for The Wall Street Journal and Sports Illustrated following Princeton and VCU to the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
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