Tallahassee Magazine recently did a story about local cosplayers. This story was written by one of the “Geek Girls” who appeared as a guest in episode 3 of Nerd Lunch: The Web Series and talked about her own experiences with cosplay as well as those of the other “Geek Girl” from Nerd Lunch 3.
Of course, the story dictated there be some photography taken of these cosplayers in their outfits. Scott Holstein took the photos and he was also the photog on Nerd Lunch: The Web Series. So a little reunion of sorts came out of this photo shoot since I decided a “behind-the-scenes” video needed to be done.
I think the results turned out pretty good and really helped show off the outfits and work as a great piece of additional content for the publication’s website.
Here are another couple promo videos for Rowland Publishing magazines.
Tallahassee Magazine did a story about a maker space in Tallahassee called Making Awesome. This place is home to two 3D printers. As a support piece for the online edition, I put together this video of a whistle being 3D printed.
Here are a couple new promo videos for recent issues of Rowland Publishing Magazines.
I shot a video of a photo shoot we did at Tallahassee Magazine for a story about the ladies who run Laughing Stock, which is a theater production group in town. They were quite entertaining and I shot several more minutes that were like this, but whittled it down to what you see here.
Here is the promo video I produced for the November/December issue of Tallahassee Magazine.
I had the chance to shoot some video of an interview with Florida Governor Rick Scott for a promo we did for 850 Business Magazine. Also in this video is a little bit of motion graphics where I took a magazine graphic and adjusted the curve of it to match a beer glass.
Here are a couple of videos I produced to accompany stories for the Emerald Coast Magazine website. The footage in these videos were shot by Scott Holstein. I edited them and did final post production.
Last year I was approached about designing a pull up banner for a local church’s missions ministry. Below is the result.