Here is a little wedding gift for my brother and his lovely wife. I set up this Slow Motion Video Booth at their October wedding in Chicago at The Drake Hotel. It was so much fun to see everyone get silly and celebrate the newlyweds!
I had a blast tagging along this summer with the Hot Indian Foods truck to make two really fun films. The first film is about lessons learned as a start-up. Great ideas and insights from the team that helped get Hot Indian off the ground.
Hot Indian Foods: Business Lessons Learned
The second film I created for Hot Indian Foods is a quick eye-candy look at the truck in action, complete with VH1-Pop-Up-Video inspired fun facts. Check it out!
Hot Indian Foods: Pop-Up Video
My friend Tasha is wonderful in so many ways. She is a brilliant photographer (check out her beautiful work at Red Bird Hills). She has a kind heart. And she is now an amazing mama to sweet Baby Briggs. I was so lucky to get to film Brigg’s nursery come together and then again for two visits with Tasha and Briggs to make this sweet film. Welcome Baby Briggs. . .you were worth the wait!
YouthLink is an amazing Twin Cities non-profit resource center for homeless youth. This year, I am volunteering my time to create a series of films that tell the stories of the important work being done at YouthLink to serve and support young people experiencing homelessness.
The first film in this series shows that giving hope is easier than you think.
Two weeks ago, I spent the day in Denver with the Auden family to create this special film. Nick Auden has stage 4 melanoma cancer and he needs access to a breakthrough melanoma drug, called PD-1, that is currently only available in trials.
Nick’s 7-year-old son Locky (nickname for Lachlan) is quite the kid. He is bright, hilarious, and has the cutest smile. He loves his dad to pieces and really wanted to be part of this film to help Nick get the PD-1 drug he needs to fight and win his battle with melanoma.
If this film moves you, you can help! Visit www.SaveLockysDad.com to follow these 4 easy steps: