With every project is an amazing and fun experience. We created this page to show you how things are on the actual set and how much work is put into creating the final product. Overall I personally love looking through here as it brings back a lot of good memories with all of my clients.
Westfield Starfires | Hype Reel
After connecting with the Director of the Starfires baseball team, we decided on creating a 30-second hype reel. The goal was to boost awareness of the Westfield Starfires of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League. So the day of the game I came with an assistant and began filming 2 hours before the game started. Throughout the whole entire game, we had beautiful lighting and weather which were a big plus. A couple of days later we created one of the coolest sports videos we've ever done by far! The feedback was phenomenal!
August 2020 - August 2021
Breckenridge Demolition |
When I first heard of this project, I got pretty excited because demolitions are always fun to film and watch. After filming the demolition from around 7 am - 9 am, we then had one of the companies employee's (Audra) take pictures regularly of the ongoing construction. A year later, a new house is built and we filmed the final interviews and b-roll in the finished house.
Intro Scene | NH Play
I was asked to create a dramatic video that was to be premiered before the start of a 1 hour long live play in New Hampshire. With the audio file and a couple of ideas from the main event organizers, I began to develop a storyboard. After creating the storyboard, we had one of the organizers help me with locating the right props and items for set decoration. The actual shoot happened inside of a big dark library. It took us about an hour and a half to properly set up and another couple of hours to get the perfect shots. We had a last-minute improvisation of adding in a "jail moon-light" to which we improvised by casting harsh light blocked off by cardboard and tape, to which the end results gave the effect of moonlight shining through the jail cell window. The end result was well applauded. The audio and play were performed in the Russian language. The B-roll seen throughout the video is from the TV show "The Chosen" to which we received a green light to use from the director.
Perfect Curve Inc. | Product Videos
This was a fun project to work on, the product hasn't been released to the market and I won't be able to go into the specifics. But this project took place near Boston and we filmed inside the owner's home. With all of our lighting gear, we were able to transform his home into a professional studio. Achieving high-end results on a budget!
Working with kids and staff was a fun and amazing experience. The goal was to produce a video and show it the next day. It was a 5-day camp, I filmed all day, at times improvising short skits, stayed up editing past midnight, and premiered the next day. The results and feedback were amazing!
Caruso Instrumental Cello Ft. Elona Petlyakov
When the bride reached out in hopes of producing a music video for her wedding, I had to think quickly since the wedding was in about a week. After finding the perfect spot, we picked a time and captured these moments which were then premiered for her groom at the wedding.
HCC Marieb Chair Award Ceremony
Challenged with organizing schedules, interviews, actors, and a creative flow, this project turned out to be a blast! We've done VFX work, color-grading, stabilizing, SFX design, motion graphics and so much more to make this the best video HCC has ever seen!
NEAM QR Code Project
I've been working with the New England Air Museum on multiple projects and this is probably one of the coolest ones. After having Amanda lead the interviews with many well-known engineers, pilots, and technicians, we then created a 4-5min video of their stories. (The original interviews were about 30min long.) Due to our contract, I am not able to post these videos publically, but you can find them at the museum.
Conklin Office Furniture | Part 2
After the successful delivery of our first 2 ads, we started working on another 2 commercials focusing more on the products and less on the pandemic. These have been playing on big channels such as CNN, WSNBC, FOX, etc...
Yankee Candle Village
It was a one-day shoot that we probably did within the time span of 4-5 hours. I arrived with my drone, got some aerial footage. We then went in and conducted the interview after which Barbara then led me through the building showing me the key features they would like to highlight throughout the video.
CT Science Center | Engineers
This was probably one of the biggest projects I've done. It consisted of a 2-3 day shoot over the course of a couple of weeks featuring engineers from Unilever, Sikorsky Aircraft, and Nel Hydrogen. We had to set up and break down twice since some engineers were not able to be present for the marked production date. Overall great experience, we had 3 cameras rolling consistently and each interview lasted around 2-3 hours. Amy Sailor, the CT Science Advanced Program Manager was leading the interviews. The videos were then shortened and presented in virtual classes. Due to our agreement, I am unable to publically post these videos.
After receiving a general direction and a shot list from the Pyramid Group, Lisa led me through the mall pointing out the things they wanted in the video. After putting everything together, they absolutely loved the piece! It's been playing on the mall's electronic kiosk stations and airing on the television as well.
PowerSource | Market Bundle
We produced 4 different deliverables for this project. 2 of them were testimonials, one was an email video, and the other a branding video. Overall fun experience, it was a 2-day shoot and in the end, the client was happy with the content he received.
Crazy Seafood | Grand Opening
After producing a TV commercial, Ed, the owner, invited me to film the grand opening for the restaurant as well. We ll had a great time, I used a LAV mic and one camera on a gimbal, a minimal set-up, but perfect for this occasion.
A quick video of the filmmaking and directing taking place.
CT Science Center | Community Day
A run and gun type of shoot where I carried a shotgun mic with me with 1 camera on a gimbal. I mainly walked from one attraction to the other having an assistant with me carrying talent release forms. This video is now hosted on the CT Science Center's Youtube Channel and Facebook Page.
NEAM | Virtual Field Trip
This was one of the bigger projects where we had a total of 15+ interviews at 10+ different aircraft. The scheduling was taken care of by Amanda, a NEAM employee, as well as the interviewing process. Our job was to make everyone look and sound pretty. After the interviews, I then had to go back to all of the aircraft and get B-roll. We then created 4 different videos, of which one was for the Soar for the STEM program. Due to our agreement, I can not make these videos public.
Crazy Seafood | TV Ad
This was a fun ad to shoot overall. We started off with some exterior drone shots, the day was gloomy so we ended up coming there again for better drone shots. It ranged from filming in the kitchen to people enjoying their most infamous platter "the shovel". I then created a script and produced a voice-over.
Academy Hill School
We originally began filming this video before the pandemic even started so we've experienced a big gap in between our production dates. We were no longer able to create the original video we wanted, so we went on a limb and improvised. Overall, they were happy with the end result.
Conklin Office Furniture
We started by brainstorming a shot list together. It was a little easier on my end because we were provided with a ready audio file that was going to be played during the commercial. After figuring out a shot list we produced 2 commercials and I then delivered the B-Roll. The ads were then aired on television.