Sparked out of a curiosity of a 3D printer’s capabilities and how a homemade animation would turn out, I joined up with a couple other artists to create this short piece. 246 printed models, a lot of plastic filament, and some time later, we put this together.
What came together as a last-minute opportunity for our production team became a life-changing experience for Roger Espinoza and the rest of the crew who traveled with him to return to his homeland of Honduras. Unbound partnered up with Espinoza and Sporting Kansas City’s The Victory Project and invited us along. This project began as
An in-depth look at one of the most difficult jobs in sports. After several years of working on getting access, we managed to go behind the scenes to shoot this short film with the referees of Major League Soccer. Before production, we sensed a huge disconnect between the referees’ public personas (stern faces exiting the tunnel) and who
A profile on the Neitz Lab and their work to cure human color blindness.
In a collaboration with Martin Blank, we condensed an intense 6-hour dance of hot glass sculpting into a 17-minute peek into the mind of the artist.
The New School for Public Engagement hired us to produce a 2-part promotional video to highlight their International Field Program in Colombia. The IFP video features the experience of a group of students in rural Colombia as they get on-the-ground experience working with communities, addressing the post-conflict and economic development challenges that face rural towns
Working with Major League Soccer and adidas, we were commissioned to create a short film celebrating the innovative design and creation of the 2015 MLS Official Match Ball. The production was an amazing experience, taking us across the U.S. to film with some of MLS’ star players and to the adidas world headquarters
4Culture asked us to shoot a series of 3 videos to promote their project Vets Restore, a collaboration with Historic Seattle and the King County Veterans Association. The videos feature the training and experience of veterans who join the program, learning historic building preservation as a new skill set and entry into the job force.
A profile on Argentine glassblower Willy Lastra. Spending his days working in one of the country’s few glass factories, I was intrigued by his ingenuity and desire to create and express himself in his own home glass studio.
The plasticity of molten glass, making form from a flowing mass, has always fascinated me. Having a chance meeting with one of Seattle’s most well-known glass artists, I seized upon the opportunity to witness a day of creation at Martin Blank Studios.