Samples of my work on multi-camera live music coverage and music videos.
1) The Reunion, a Beatles tribute act, performs "Back in the USSR" at Northside Christian Church. Recorded live-to-tape with five cameras. I directed and TD'd.
2) The Northside Christian Church band performs "Reaching for You" during weekend services. Recorded live-to-tape with four cameras (three manned, one locked off). I directed and TD'd.
3) "Joy to the World", performed during the Peoples Church 2011 Christmas Eve concert. We had only four cameras available but wanted more angles due to the scope of the show. Our solution was to shift camera positions between each of the three performances and 'synthesize' the line cuts recorded during each, giving the illusion of more cameras than were actually used. Footage from a fifth camera, locked off on a wide reverse angle, was added during the edit. I directed.
4) "Fear and Faith" music video by Vira Avenue. Using this video, Vira Avenue won a radio contest earning them a gig opening the 2011 Rock and Worship Roadshow at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA. I co-directed and served as director of photography.
4) Chaparral performs "Tomorrow's Another Day" on the all-student-produced "Studio A" variety show at CSU Fresno. I was the show's co-creator and director. Recorded live-to-tape; this clip includes PL audio, featuring my voice directing the show.
5) From the same concert as Clip 1, a performance of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" at Northside Christian Church. Recorded live-to-tape with five cameras. I directed and TD'd.
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