A collection of videos that showcase my various skills as a filmmaker.
Western Partitions Inc. is a construction company in Portland, Oregon that specializes in prefabricated building panels that allow the construction process to be more efficient in every way. I worked with WPI to show the life of a building panel from start to finish and this is the result. Shot and edited by me. Voiceover recorded By Drew Escobar of Preemo Media. GoPro footage provided by WPI.
A tour of a mind-blowing home along the Southern Oregon Coast.
Throughout 2018 I worked on various boat projects with Weldcraft, Duckworth and Northwest Boats. These are just a few of my favorite clips.
A compilation of what Ginger Films was up to in 2016. Huge shoutout to all my friends, family and peers that have supported me throughout the early stages of my career.
BlueBox Storage is a storage company looking to make the process of storing your items safer and more convenient. This is a video I put together to show people just how it all works.
This is a short video I put together when I went back to my hometown of Brookings, Oregon. I'm really happy with the way it turned out considering my only intention during the shoot was to go out and enjoy the beautiful Fall weather on the coast. This is one of my favorite beaches near my hometown and I hope this short montage inspires people to check it out for themselves.
An aerial video showcasing an amazing piece of property in Newport, Oregon. Hallmark Resorts purchased the property and asked me to create an eye-catching and informative video in order to attract investors to this venture.
This is a short action scene I made during my time at Oregon State University. I was trying to mesh two styles from two of my favorite directors: Quentin Tarantino and Christopher Nolan. How do you think I did?
This is a short documentary I created during my time at Oregon State University. This is one of the biggest projects I ever had to tackle by myself up to that point and I was pretty pleased with it when it was all said and done. It's far from flawless, but it was one of the best lessons in filmmaking I've had.