A short film we created as the capstone of a rebranding process led by Matt Giraud for Oregon's premier walking advocacy organization. Unveiling a new name and a bold new vision, the objective is no less than to change what it means to walk in America.
"We need to change what it means to walk in our towns and cities,” says Executive Director Stephanie Routh. "And that expanded mission, we realized, required a new name to drive it. I couldn't be happier with the result."
A video we cut for the publication of Harold Kwalwasser's excellent "Renewal: Remaking America’s Schools."
"Wine is all about image," declares hipster consultant Michel Ard'on in MondoEgo, a gritty, hard-hitting, tongue-in-cheek documentary we directed, shot and edited for the ever-irreverent Cameron Winery.
A trailer for acclaimed author Debra Ginsberg's new novel, "The Neighbors Are Watching," from Crown Publishing.
Mixing animation and live action and shot entirely via bikes, a short piece for the City of Portland introducing two spiffy new bike facilities -- the cycle track and the buffered bike lanes.
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