These are some of my favourite projects that I’ve created over the past few years. I hope you enjoy watching some of them!
Sunday Funday: Stop Motion
This is a stop motion animation video created to show the amazing Flexi notebook in action. This was one of the most difficult and fun pieces I’ve ever created. You’ve got to watch it!
The Perfect Notebook: Interview
Learn how my favourite notebooks from Paperblanks are created. These are truly works of art. Creating this video was a true pleasure. I got to combine my nerdy notebook obsession with filmmaking.
Artist Story: Interview with June Hunter
June Hunter is one of my favourite humans and favourite artists. She is an immensely talented artists, photographer, and designer who creates nature-inspired gifts. She lives in Vancouver.
Celebrate the Fun: Micro Film on the Fly
This film is about my favourite restaurant in the ENTIRE world, The Mackenzie Room in Vancouver. This was a tough film to shoot because there were so many people in the room! BTW it’s shot almost all hand held.
Flash Back to My Beginnings!
This is one of the very very very first micro films I ever made. It shows you what can be done with almost no fancy technology! I had no lights and a cheap camera. Prasada is on an extended break but the video lives on 🙂
Music Video Flashback: Vimeo Contest
This is a practice film I made a long time ago as part of a Vimeo contest to create a music video for Deluka. This is the kind of thing you should do to get experience on a deadline.
Thanks for watching!
These are just a few of the micro films and videos I’ve made in the last few years. I’ll try and keep this page kinda vaguely sorta up to date so you can see new things that I’m making. I have a million ideas for micro films I want to make, but I’m also in the middle of producing my first short film…and then the goal is to make a feature!
And for the better part of the last year I was editing and sound designing a short film written by a friend of mine. Stay tuned for when that little gem finally is released online!
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