Filming and Editing
If there's one side of the camera I like to be on, it's definitely the side away from the lens. The editing process is where I like to be the most though. I find piecing it all together being the most rewarding aspect of the entire production process.
Below is a mixture of professional videos for organisations such as Deakin University, The Song Room and Gippsland Grammar, and more unusual videos which include clones, time travelling watches, dragons, and space ships.
My entry for Adobe’s “Make The Cut” competition
Two testimonials and a company video update for Shepparton based accounting and financial advice company, MB+M.
Editing together a case study for one of Rackspace’s many clients, OFX.
My first project at NewMac was editing together a video showcasing Premium Talent Search for SEEK.
Capturing the electric live performance of Alárìíyá.
Editing together a promotional video for Meat Week, a new initiative in giving families access to local and ethically farmed meats.
A short video capturing the final stop on Kaleidoscope VR’s World Tour.
Helping The Song Room achieve their goal in giving every child the best possible start to their life.
I’ve produced some short, one minute long videos for the Faculty of Health at Deakin University.
A film that isn’t out of this world.
My previous creative endeavours summed up in a minute long video.
In 2013, the year after I graduated, I got the chance to create Gippsland Grammar’s new Video Prospectus.
My Sound, Light and Motion final film was about a guy who is just plain lazy.
DeakinTV held their first 72 hour film festival, called Filmly.
Elliot and I wanted to do something that’d be a challenge for both of us. Clones. A ridiculous amount of clones.
No one is too cool to participate. No one.
“What would you do if you had another chance?” New Watch was my VCE Media 3/4 project, and it received full marks.
Gun in one hand, muffin in the other. It’s time to raise some money.