Just minutes after teaching my evening video production class, I got the news that the grand jury had elected to not indict Darren Wilson of the killing of Michael Brown. My intention was to go straight home but because it was late and I hadn’t eaten, I chose to get off at the U St Metro stop instead. As soon as I made my way up the steps, I heard and saw a group of folks marching down U street. I took my camera gear […]
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If you ever need to see some dope live rock music, look no further than Tamar-Kali! She and her crew came through DC and ripped it… Boot Pearl
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This was a piece Jefry Andres Wright and I filmed and edited for the Inter-American Foundation here in DC. The client wanted to capture moments from the festival while highlighting the foundation’s mission and its work with partner organizations in Peru. It was quite a lot of work but the client found it beautiful and appreciated that we went above and beyond what was expected and budgeted. Now if I could just drink some of that Pisco Sour again…yummm! :)
Categories: videos • Tags: american indian museum, dc cameramen, dc shooters, dc videographers, dslr, IAF, jefry wright, KayPi Peru, national museum of the american indian, peru, peruvian embassy, pisco sour, ralston smith, robert kaplan
…this is my first piece edited on premiere pro (switching over from final cut); also incorporating some after effects, which i’m continually learning…enjoy!