When Capilano Suspension Bridge was launching a refresh of their website, they wanted a high-impact video as the centrepiece that would introduce visitors to their attraction. They were looking for something fresh, but budget didn't allow for a whole shoot to acquire new footage. To accomplish this, Barbershop Films put me on the job sourcing footage from their existing b-roll and still imagery library to create a dynamic and exciting graphics-heavy edit.
In addition, my timelapse skills were put to use shooting a sunrise in the park as the fog of the North Shore mountains evaporated around the bridge, which became the opening shot for the piece.
To finish it all off, the excellent Daniel Seguin (segwaymusic.com) composed a custom piece of music for the video. This allowed for a collaborative refinement process which brought the sound and visuals together in a way that wouldn't have been possible with needle-drop music and serves to heighten the impact and excitement of the video.
A year later, extra b-roll footage was commissioned for the opening of the new Cliffwalk attraction in the park, which I then edited into a revised version of the spot. The video can still be seen on the front page of this premier Vancouver attraction at capbridge.com
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