Week by week every Thursday I will reflect on previous experiences I've had creating videos over the years. In Week #10 of TBT for 52 Weeks I talk about taking my camera everywhere, and using #TBTfor52Weeks as an excuse to edit videos.
To save you the trouble of reading about why these videos are apart of my Top 10 favorite videos to create this year, you can watch for yourself. However, if you're interested I recently announced that I'm starting a web series about previous videos I've created called "TBT For 52 Weeks". I'll most likely talk about a handful of the following videos shared below, enjoy!
This is a highlight video of trips my friends and I took from San Francisco to South Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, back to San Diego, and lastly down to Ensenada.
This is a highlight video I created for a friends birthday. I shot it with a GoPro Hero, Sony RX100i, and the Canon Rebel T5i. It's always good to have various cameras to work with for different situations when documenting on the go. This was a fun one to put together, enjoy!
This is a video I put together of my friend Amir's birthday where we brewery hopped to different locations during San Diego Beer Week. We started off at Coronado Brewing Company, Stone Brewing Company, and lastly Ballast Point Brewing Company.
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.