Here is a collection of some of the projects I've worked on. This collection includes everything I could find online or on my own harddrive(s) that I worked on since I've been at college and some other things from earlier that are significant in some way.
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The Password to watch is Hunters. Click the picture to watch!
A slightly strange and obsessive alien conspiracy theorist tries to make a pilot episode for his show, Alien Hunters. This was my Senior Thesis film, the culmination of four years of film school. I was the picture editor and one of the camera men. Alien Hunters is a mocumentary that pokes fun at the film education path at IC, but in a lighthearted way that makes it fun to watch.
This was a film I worked on for ACP: Fiction. While I'm admittedly not very proud of the piece as a whole, I show it because it represents something for me. My entire cast and crew left me before I began shooting, and I had very little pre-production done, so the entire time I was scrambling to shoot, act as a crew on set, then edit and also find a new cast ... this represents what I can do purely by myself with bare bones planning, and after I handed it in I made a vow that I would give my thesis especially, but any other film project 110% effort.
This was a really fun quick little short to shoot. It served a double purpose for my youtube channel; being both a skit and also an update about what would be changing with the channel in terms of content going forward. I had to shoot this three times, one for each character and even though it was tedious, it was still a lot of fun.
This was the first big project I did for film school. To this day I think it's one of the best things I've shot and edited, I spent a lot of time in pre-production on this and I think it shows. The assignment was to make a "music video" but the song couldn't have lyrics, and we had to tell a story that in our opinion reflected the mood of the song.
This film is bad ... like it's one of the two worst things I've ever made back in high school. So why put it here? Because it represents growth. Watching it back, I can see the seeds of a lot of ideas I wanted to try in the film but due to software and personal limitations I could never figure it out. I've been thinking about re-making this or another film I made in high school as my thesis to see if I can't come "full circle" as it were.
This is something that I'm really proud of. I essentially made a database in excel that can tell you how much my old yugioh cards are worth based on condition of the card, and when / how it was released. This took a couple weeks to figure out and it's thanks to my comp and info tech professor that I was able to make the final leap to get it working!
My business teacher last semester hooked me up with a potential internship opportunity. This company 360 properties works with places and makes virtual models of the space to help garner attention. They needed some help on the social media front - more specifically a video production manager and someone to manage a YouTube channel. Here is one of said videos, I also made both of the intro clips at the beginning.