This video was written and produced while traveling through Chile & Patagonia with my girlfriend. We spent 5 weeks exploring this amazing country, and this is how we chose to document it. Thanks so much for checking it out.
Special Thanks to:
LensProToGo, for helping us out with cameras and lenses. They are an awesome company, and the perfect place to rent DSLR's and lenses.
...Castulo Guerra for helping out with the voice over. He is an extremely talented man, who was great to work with...and I am so grateful he decided to take on this project...thank you very much Castulo.
...and also, to my girlfriend Nina for putting up with my nerdy ways, and for making this such an awesome trip...you're the best.
Canon 1D mark IV + full Canon lens package - 17 tilt shift, 24, 50, 70-200, polarizer, gradient filter, monopod, tripod.
Tokyo is a city like no other; a sprawling metropolis that never ceases to amaze. In this video I wanted to explore the many contrasts of life in the city; between the young and the old, the traditional and the contemporary, the fast and the slow, the eastern and western influences.
This film was commissioned by Keio University for their 'Shaping History, Shaping Tomorrow' campaign. global.keio.ac.jp
Tim White - Director/Producer/Editor
Samuel Smith - Actor/Model
Liam Gilmour - DOP
Akira Tanaka - Producer/Art Director
Sachiko Miyashita - Executive Producer/Branding Consultant
Takayuki Kuribayashi - Assistant Producer
Sayumi Suzuki - Production Manager
Nick Gunn - Composer/Sound Designer
Josh Flowers - Composer/Sound Designer
Roslyn Di Sisto - Colourist
Sam Hopgood - Audio Mixer
Julie Newton - Storyboard Artist
Stephen Forster - Copywriter
Keio Baseball Club
Keio Calligraphy Club
Keio Sumo Club
W+I&S (Keio Dance Club)
Prof. Dr. Susumu Tachi (Keio University Graduate School of Media Design)
Gakou Watanabe (Kohmyoji, Sagamihara)
Shingen Aoyagi (Kenchoji, Kamakura)
Kotoku-in (Great Buddha, Kamakura)
Asakusa Sensoji (Temple in Asakusa)
Asakusa Nakamise (Shopping street in Asakusa)
Kikyo (Japanese Dance)
Atami-yu (Bath House, Kagurazaka)
Masanobu Furuta (Rooftop)
Otaru Masazushi (Sushi Restaurant)
Gundam - Sotsu, Sunrise
Japanese Garden - Koishikawa Korakuen
Fish Market - Tsukiji Market (Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market)
Early 2012, we started a journey to Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Southern Brazil in our old and rusty Landrover. Once again, we brought our DSLR cameras and some gear to capture every great moment of this trip. Lots of winds, emptiness, pampas, bustling cities, animals, deserts and waterfalls - all wrapped up in just under 6 min. Enjoy the ride!