Live Action

Day and Night(2009) - Quicktime 50MB

Timelapse Footage shot in TwinPeaks (San Francisco, CA).
Software: After Effects
Camera: Nikon D90/ 18-200mm f3.5

Madrid (2009) - Quicktime 50MB

HD Footage of Madrid shot on Christmas '08. Put it together for fun, as well as to test a new HD camera as well as different lenses.
Software: FCP / After Effects
Camera: Nikon D90/ 10.5mm f1.8, 185mm f2.8, 50mm f1.2, 20mm f1.8

The Bay (2008) - Quicktime 30MB

HD Footage of San Francisco/Bay Area shot in the Spring '08. Just put it together for fun and to continue learning an HD workflow and testing different lenses for a shortfilm.
Software: FCP / After Effects
Camera: Canon / 35mm Adaptor / 105mm f2.0, 185mm f2.8, 50mm f1.2, 20mm f1.8

Puppet Test (2008) - Quicktime 30MB

Puppett test for a project I'm working on. Mostly for learning HD post color correction/camera work.
Software: FCP / After Effects
Camera: Canon / 35mm Adaptor / Nikon 50mm f1.2

Alias / Tarsier "Plane that draws a While Line" (2007) - Quicktime 21MB

Music Video shot/edited for the band Alias/Tarsier from their LP "Plane that draws a White Line".
Software: FCP / Motion
Additional Camera Crew: Rachel Ito and Josh Rosenthal
For more information on the band go to http://www.myspace.com/aliasandtarsier

Alias / Tarsier - "Sleepy" (2007) - Quicktime 22MB

Music Video shot/edited for the band Alias/Tarsier. From their 2006 US Fall tour.
Software: FCP / Motion
Additional Camera Crew: Rona Rapadas
For more information on the band go to http://www.myspace.com/aliasandtarsier

"The Fingerboarder" (2003) - Quicktime 18MB

As if I wasn't bored enough, this time around I threw a wig on and made myself look even more sad. Still fun as hell. I learned a lot about editing and music on this one. Some of the tricks in here literally took me hours.
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere / After Effects
Music Software: FL Studio / Sony's Acid Pro

"Chess Fingerboarder" (2001) - Quicktime 15MB

My friend Eric (Professional Chess Player) and me decided we wanted to somehow put fingerboarding and Chess together somehow. This is the weird potato frankestein we came up with. Shot over two separate days. One day at a Chess Contest, the next day with the room completely empty. Everything else I worked it out on the editing.
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere / AfterEffects
Additional Camera: Eric Hicks

Original Fingerboarding Video (1999) - Quicktime 15MB

After years of shooting skateboarding footage, this is the video that started getting me into learning other things of live-action. I basically wanted to make a video of fingerboarding, but shot exactly the same way I would shoot real skateboarding. Then I added the stupid parts too. Had so much fun doing this, that I wanted to continue doing more videos, etc.
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere / AfterEffects