Thursday, December 15, 2011

My Premiere Video Reel

It has been nearly two and a half weeks since last I've posted a blog.

Shame on me.

Like many of you, I'm busy managing the circus that has become my life this very merry holiday season.

Amidst filling client orders, last minute projects (the delicious details of which I will share soon - I promise!), quarterly taxes, home renovations (whoever said installing new windows in the middle of December was a bad idea?), holiday shopping, holiday parties, holiday card mailings (I got mine out 2 weeks ago already - I'm doing soooo well this year!), and, of course, the holidays, I just haven't had an opportune moment to sit on the couch and ramble on about my thoughts in a forum for all the blogosphere to digest.

But I'm here now.

And what shall I share? Hmm...

Let's see, I have some gorgeous client photos I can't wait to reveal, the story of a life-changing advertising/editorial campaign that consumed my every waking moment for about a week, my debut fashion video project that I just wrapped up last night, and our wonderful holiday greetings to share.

Well, I suppose I'll begin with what's freshest on my mind - the video!
(with all the other wonders to follow in the next few days before I fly out to my holiday destination...)

So here it is kids. My debut solo video project. And please go easy on me - it's my first go at directing, shooting, and editing a reel. In the spirit of transparency, I'll readily admit it was a very steep learning curve. But I've come out the other side all the wiser... and I couldn't be more excited about my new budding skill set. I have much to learn, but with my curious mind and creative spirit I'll be cinematographing (did I just make up a word?) films for Spielberg in no time. I jest.

Model: Ana Vivian
Music: Seven Hours with a Backseat Driver by (the very talented) Gotye


  1. Video editing is definitely daunting but with your knack for making beautiful images you're doing great!

  2. <3 <3 <3 you are awesome!