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This is where I will be posting all of the multimedia content I’ve created myself.
Editing music and visual content and putting together videos and slideshows are some of my favourite things to work on. While a single image can speak volumes, a succession of images can tell infinite stories. Combine those with video, music and some stop motion – forget about it!
This is my latest work — an introduction video to an exciting local choir that I’ve been working with for the past several months. This is the most complicated video I’ve put together to date, and I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. This is the sort of work I can do for your choir, band, theatre troupe, concert series or business, so if you like it and you’re in the Nanaimo/Vancouver Island area, feel free to contact me!
This video took several months to shoot, and documents the making of a very unique surfboard from beginning to end. It features a couple from Parksville on Vancouver Island. Check it out!
Here’s another video I took during my time as a Black Press reporter. This shows the release of an eagle from the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre.
This is a SoundSlides slideshow I put together as my final project for a J-School class at Carleton University way back before I graduated in 2012. The slideshow is created with music by Owl City and Pink Floyd. I would like to point out here that I do not own either of these songs. I am not looking to profit using this slideshow, only to demonstrate what I can do, and what my photography can say with some amazing music to back it up.
However, all photo and sound editing was done by me. Enjoy!
Dark Side of the Moon
Here is something from my time in northern Alberta. During my first fall up north (in 2012), I decided to try my hand at doing a stop-motion video. So I decided to document my pumpkin carving, and put it to some creepy music. Here is the result.
As a bonus, here is one of my even earlier works about bboying in Ottawa!
I have talked about my many passions – well, one of those is bboying. This piece was inspired by the bboys and bgirls in Ottawa, particularly those depicted in the slideshow, and especially bboy Crazy Smooth.
Unfortunately, from what I understand, the Ottawa Gymnastics Centre no longer offers its bboy drop-in. I hope my fellow toprockers and and footwork lunatics have found a new place to jam.