This demo reel highlights my work with time lapses, as well as the corporate video work that I've done at an eye center in Phoenix. I shot, edited, and produced everything you see here with the exception of the animations used in the "Educational" portion (those were used with permission of Eyemaginations). The music used in the time lapse portion is Whispering Through by Asura, and can be found and downloaded for free at freemusicarchive.org/music/Asura/Bonus_Beat_Blast_2011/09_asura-whispering_through.
This short piece documents the non-profit group AZ Visionaries as they travel outside of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where they perform free cataract surgery for locals who normally couldn't afford it. I was lucky enough to be invited to help capture the beauty of the land and people that live there, and the love and appreciation gave back to AZ Visionaries.
Never one to shy away from the truth, artist and Apache Skateboards founder Douglas Miles, has an old school skater attitude and an Apache warrior's soul. Watch as he tackles topics that many other artists are scared to even mention, much less discuss in depth.
Produced by Erin Gramzinski and Steve Filmer
Music by Max Tannone from Ghostfunk Instrumental Album
Tracks- Make it N.Y. and Breakthrough Kids can be downloaded from maxtannone.com
This is a time lapse I shot of Chip Thomas aka Jetsonorama. He's wheatpasting an image taken by Brazilian Street artist, Raul Zito. Music is Mos Dub created by Max Tannone and can be found at maxtannone.com/. Produced, shot and edited by me, Erin Gramzinski.
Shot in the stunningly beautiful environment of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah, this short time lapse movie attempts to capture the rugged beauty of the Navajo Reservation. Diné Bi Keyah is Navajo for Navajo Land. This was shot on a Canon 60D with a Tokina 11-16mm f2.8, using a Stage Zero motion time lapse dolly. The music is the "Jiony" song, "Not Found (Invisible)" and can be located and downloaded at; freemusicarchive.org/music/Jiony/Old_Song_EP/