I recently had the chance to work with Adair Freeman Rutledge on a short video piece about Caroline Wright. We spent the day with Caroline and her family creating images around her home and at Golden Gardens for a video about Carolines life and battle with cancer. It was a great day filled with wonderful stories and Carolines amazing cooking. Check out some frames and the video below.
Took a trip to New York. I spent some time walking around the city and taking snap shots of things I enjoyed.
*Best viewed with headphones*
A collaboration with sound designer Joshua J. Svare. (joshuajsvare.com)
Filmed at Portland International Raceway.
Shot on a Canon C100 with Sigma Cinema Lenses
“On their new song “Wolves,” Portland’s 1939 Ensemble blur lines between rock and jazz with a flurry of interesting, contrasting textures.
Drummer Jose Medeles starts the song with a snare roll and a driving beat; David Coniglio layers on cool vibraphone in descending melodies; guitarist Knate Carter and Josh Thomas (keys) join in and push the song to a crackling, staccato ending. “Wolves” is a standout new track from the band’s latest album, “New Cinema,” released last month on Portland label Jealous Butcher Records.
In the new video directed by Gregg Hale and shot by Dylan Priest, the song draws out a group of masked figures from the shadows like an incantation. Primitive meets edgy, the masked ones turn out to be children, and they eventually overtake the band members and mask them too.” By David Christensen