Portfolio

My love of video exceeds that of a simple hobby; it’s also my job! Here are some of my most recent projects, but to see more, visit my Vimeo page.

Puppy Bowl parody created in association with EPIC Provisions. Live-streamed on their Facebook page on February 4th, 2018
My Position: Cinematography / Editor / Motion Graphics

Marketing piece to promote the Paperless Agent’s Tech Club.
My Position: Cinematography / Editor / Motion Graphics

Promotional video for Efficient Exercise gyms – January 2018
efficientexercise.com
My Position: Cinematography / Editing

Marketing video for ARX Fit.
My Position: Cinematography / Editor

Garry Wise and Chris Scott of the Paperless Agent explore the expo floor of the California Association of Realtors Conference in Long Beach, California.
My Position: Cinematography / Editor

Marketing video for AngelSpan.
My Position: Cinematography / Editor / Motion Graphics / Voice Actor

Demo video for the BarkHappy phone app.
My Position: Editor / Motion Graphics

Announcement video for the Standard of Excellence Certification for Magnet Schools of America.
My Position: Motion Graphics / Editor

Marketing piece for Goodlife Realty in Austin, Texas to be used as a recruitment and promotional tool for their agency.
My position: Director / Cinematography / Editor / Motion Graphics

A testimonial video for the CHARFEN’s LEAD program from Ray Brehm. This video won a 2013 Telly Award!
My position: Editor

This is the trailer that I edited for “Succumb”, a sci-fi, steampunk short film that was released in 2010. The film was directed by Jonathan Sheets.
My position: Editor

Here is the complete short film “Succumb”, a sci-fi, steampunk short film directed by Jonathan Sheets.
My position: Editor / VFX

A documentary I co-directed and edited about Blanchard High School’s 1979 Oklahoma State Championship season as told by three members of the team. “Down on the Corner” used by permission.
My position: Co-director / Editor

This is my very first documentary that I made about the life of my great-grandmother Wilma Berglan in 2008. Through the course of her life she has been able to impact her family through various ways and even see the fifth generation of her family. Even though this video is old and there are many things I would do differently now, it’s one of my favorites because it was my first project of any significance.

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