Shooting with the Kessler Pocket Jib Traveler: Hackett Tower Completion

I had an amazing opportunity to shoot a finished commercial building, and what better to use to capture the essence of the space than to use the Kessler Pocket Jib Traveler. This jib is awesome because of how light it is. It was very easy to move from one location to the next. I like how this piece turned out and tried to mimic shots found on travel channel and House Hunters.

Footage shot on Canon C100 using Pocket Jib Traveler. Mostly shot on the Tokina 11-16. Colored with Colorista II.

Woodlands Marriott Waterway Wedding: The Wedding Day of Jessica & Daniel

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“No Other,” performed by Kim Edwards and licensed through Songfreedom.
“All I Ever Wanted,” performed by Fate Under Fire and licensed through Songfreedom.

Capturing an artwork install: Anadarko Commitment to the Arts

Anadarko had just finish building their second town and they wanted to top it off with a new piece of artwork in the lobby. It was pretty awesome to see the art being assembled. They shipped the pieces from the artist’s studio and then had to assemble to remaining parts. I knew I had to get a timelapse of them completing and hanging the art work on the wall. The hardest part was anticipating what was next. There was a lot of waiting around and the milestone type shots happened within seconds.

Footage shot on Canon C100, 5D Mark III for timelapse. Tokina 11-16, Canon 70-200 and Canon 24-70. Colored with Colorista II.