A video Tanner Iskra and I made for our film class at Syracuse University. We ended up getting the only 100 percent the professor has ever given.
Context: This video is, unsurprisingly, inspired by a bad break up I went through while I was in Germany. I was an asshole, she left, and I lost my creative spark. It wasn't until I finally realized that she had passed her love for travel and the world to me that I snapped out of it and began to get my swagger back. The scenario played out here is a little different, but the effect is same.
I in no way, shape or form own the rights to the music, but I have purchased their albums on several different formats. You should, too:
Band: The Deadly Syndrome
Song: Doesn't Matter
Album: Nolens Volens
Starring: Drew Derrick & Chloe Guilemot.
Director: N.d. Jones
Editor: Tanner Iskra
Shot by: Tanner Iskra and Nathan Jones
Grip: Blake Stillwell
Paintings provided by: Mike Juneau
Additional equipment provided by: Christopher Griffin, Venessa Hernandez and Justin Stumberg
Special thanks: Tanner's awesome wife, Mustachio, Matthew Garcia, Spencer Yoneoka
Semester final for our television, radio and film class at Syracuse University. Produced by three outstanding military videographers and myself (Army, Air Force and Marines!) in the span of two weeks. Music by the band Perspicuous.
Some claim they live to work. Others work to live. Army Staff Sergeant Nathan Jones introduces us to one local farmer that says his home life and work life are one in the same.
SSG Nathan Jones, Reporting
Forrest Pritchard, Local Farmer
A quick story I had to produce for certification purposes at DINFOS. I am indeed very rusty, but it's not nearly as bad as I thought it would be given the year since my last shoot. Big thanks to Forrest and his gang for letting me bother them while they made their moolah.