My cinematography reel includes a collection of clips from films, commercials, music videos, and documentaries I’ve shot. I enjoy filming in a variety of styles, and I’m always interested in working on projects where we can create a distinctive cinematic vision.
The Skyship Chronicles was my first time filming and directing a period film. The story is set in the late 1800’s, so we used a combination of locations and visual effects to create the world of the film. It’s inspired by Steampunk style and also includes supernatural elements – definitely one of my favorite projects to date.
Elfette Saves Christmas
Elfette Saves Christmas is a feature film that I shot and directed. We used the ARRI Alexa Mini with a combination of Canon CN-E prime lenses and the Fujinon 20-120mm Cabrio lens. The film was released internationally in 2019.
BTS The Webseries
BTS the Webseries is a 9 episode show, shot in the documentary style of The Office. The plot revolves around a flailing film production studio that must think up the next great idea to save their company after their lead actor is arrested for burning down the entire set of their last film.
With Memory Keeper we wanted to create a post apocalyptic film about the power of memories and technology. To give the film its dark feel, we filmed primarily in an abandoned warehouse in Clearwater, FL; and a few scenes on Gandy Beach in St. Petersburg, FL. We shot on the ARRI Amira with Canon CN-E lenses. I was cinematographer and director on the project.
Kiss Tape (Single Take Film)
With “1917” recently winning Best Cinematography at the Oscars, I wanted to create a similar style one-take film – with no edits or cuts. While our one-take Steadicam film is only five minutes, as opposed to feature length, it still took lots of planning and rehearsal. And ours actually has no fake cuts – like 1917 does!
Magazine Issues (Short Film)
I’ve been a fan of the 48 Hour Film Project for a long time, and it’s one of the things that inspired me to get into filmmaking. Magazine Issues was made in 48 hours, and we won the 2016 Tampa 48 Hour Film Project contest with it.
Interview Demo Reel
This is a collection of interviews I’ve filmed for a variety of clients. Whether you’d like a corporate clean look, green screen setup, or a more dramatic interview, I enjoy adapting to the project. I try to create unique lighting setups for interviews to bring out the best in each subject we film.