My superpower: I get projects through the last 5%
For the US Army Surgeon General, we created a series of lifestyle and exercise videos for Soldiers and civilians called "The Performance Triad". The series had us traveling around the country working with talent and Soldiers demonstrating healthy lifestyle choices. We also built a CrossFit gym inside a aircraft hangers with a Blackhawk Helicopter, humvee and 50ft American flag.
This was an exciting project with Sprocket Media Works and the Mattress Recycling Council for their "Sandman" ad campaign. On this campaign, I worked on set production as DIT and camera assistant and in post-production handling the color grading, GFX merger and distribution to local and national broadcast television stations and web platforms. The project had a very tight deadline for air, but we successfully completed the project and delivered on time.
This was one of my favorite contributions. It was the first time I worked with Simply Elevate Magazine out of North Carolina and they accepted three of articles including a cover piece celebrating Irish culture in Virginia. These articles also included two videos I shot and edited as expanded content for their website.
For the June issue of Simply Elevate Magazine, I wrote for two assignments covering the Reggaefest at Buckroe Beach, Virginia and a travel dairy about rediscovering Idaho. While vastly different, I focused on the culture, the people and food to stay true to the magazine overarching theme of "elevating culture".
This article was the first in a series called "Freelancer's Guide to Business Travel." The article gives advice on how to get rewarded for frequent business travel and highlights various rewards programs from credit cards to airlines and hotels.
This article is about my experience shooting an Army commercial on top of Weiss Knob Mountain in Canaan Valley, West Virginia. The article highlights the challenges of working in an extreme environment and how to overcome them, while making them relatable to everyday obstacles.