Week by week every Thursday I will reflect on previous experiences I've had creating videos over the years. In Week #16 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about music video storyboards I created for Monkeys In Space "Whiskey Kings" back in 2011.
Week by week every Thursday I will reflect on previous experiences I've had creating videos over the years. In Week #6 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about "Channel ID for Invent On The Spot". This was created for a YouTube channel called “Invent On The Spot”. Learn more about what a Station ID is and how to create 2D animations using keyframes.
Week by week every Thursday I will reflect on previous experiences I've had creating videos over the years. In Week #5 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about "Underwear Man". This is a student film I created circa 2003. The assignment was to create a silent movie and add the sound effects in post-production. It wasn't until 2015 that I found this short film once again and found that it was an unfinished project. I added the sound effects and now "Underwear Man" is complete. Watch the short film at the link below and remember to Subscribe!
In Week #4 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about "Ray Roman HP Commercial". I copied what was done in the Jay-Z HP Commercial in attempt to see if I could recreate what was done in my own way to tell my story. Would you say this is stealing or copying? Subscribe and don't forget to leave a comment!
Week by week every Thursday I will reflect on previous experiences I've had creating videos over the years. In Week #3 of TBT for 52 Weeks there's some technical difficulties, but I present to you my reviews channel where occasionally I post product review videos. I've been sick the past week or two so it was a bit difficult putting this 'TBT for 52 Weeks' video together. I'm realizing that although these videos have been fairly short, I'm finding spending more time on them than expected. Yes, they are fairly easy to put together but I'm finding myself spend more time on the videos than I wanted to. The idea for the "Throwback Thursday" videos was to reflect on previous work and experiences I've had as a filmmaker. It was supposed to be quick to talk about and edit together, but I'm a perfectionist and have been trying to write out a script or outline for each video I reflect on. Moving forward I may decide to switch up the style from a well edited video to more of a flat out video where I go on a tangent on the subject at hand. It all depends on what's going on in the week that will effect how these come out -- as you can tell from this weeks video, there's a lack of quality than what I normally hope to put out.
In Week #2 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about "Kitty Unboxed My B&H Package". That video was created for a video contest for B & H Photo Video to win a new camera, find out if I won or not in this episode!
Week by week every Thursday I will reflect on previous experiences I've had creating videos over the years. In Week #1 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about "BG's Dirty 30: Cruise to Ensenada". I created DVDs for everyone who went on the trip, and was inspired by filmmaker Gaspar Noé on the way a section of the video was edited. Watch the original video for BG's Dirty 30: Cruise to Ensenada at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSmAwzjzJjk and don't forget to Subscribe!
Hello world. I feel like I've been locked up in my room for days on end editing my life away! I've been lucky enough to continuously jump from one project to the next. Over the past 10 months or so I've edited over 60 videos including MMA/boxing interviews, mini-documentaries on cycling, music artists, and experimenting with personal projects as well. Below is a quick video I edited to share on Instagram for "Throwback Thursday" yesterday. The video is a 15 second highlight video of one of my best friends bachelor party in South Lake Tahoe earlier this year.
When I first began video editing it started with creating videos of my friends around 15 years ago. Early on as a filmmaker I was influenced by Tom Green, Candid Camera, CKY and Jackass. As the years went on as I learned new techniques I tried to recreate the visual effects I saw on TV. I feel like I've come full circle at this time because my computer currently crashed so my editing will slow down just a tad at this time. It just so happens the last video I created for fun is of my friends and I and now reflecting back on my years as a filmmaker I can see this is where it all began. Thanks to my friends I've gained experience, and continue to have fun as a filmmaker with each project I take on.