This was our second shoot for Icebreaker, the pioneering New Zealand merino wool clothing company: we were the US-based production team for this under-the-hood video on Cool-Lite, an incredibly spiffy product that’s a blend of merino and Tencel, a fiber made from raw eucalyptus pulp that’s not only sustainable, but has amazing moisture-management properties.
This music video we directed and shot for the City of Portland’s new parking meter app was a huge success, trending on Twitter locally. But it was getting a front row seat to watch an incredibly talented musician at work that really made this project amazing.
This summer, I was honored to donate some of my time to a co-production of the Living History Project and The Immigrant Story, filming and interviewing a diverse cross-section of North Portland residents about their lives and communities.
One of the most revered Pinot Noir and Chardonnay producers in the state tries their hand at the lowliest of beverage categories, the wine cooler. And why not? It’s summer, and it’s hot outside. So I shot and cut a couple of quick promos for this scintillating concoction – Cameron Spritz – working from their hilarious concept and script and fine tuning it with them on set and in the edit bay. As John’s character says, “Thank you for your attention!”