BREATHERS - “1-800-PAIN"

Voted one of the 10 best local videos of 2018 by Immersive Atlanta

Directed by Tim Reis Written by Sam Wagstaff and Breathers Produced by Media Team and Skeleton Realm Edited by Sam Wagstaff Director of Photography: John Manfredi B Cam Operator: Ian Cone Gaffer: Mike Bremer Make-up: Jenny Nesvetailova Ear/Blood FX: Emily Kay Holloway PA: Chason Trau Sandwich Philanthropist: Doug Bleichner Starring(In Order of Appearance): T.

Black Lips - Can't Hold On

Directed By Ian Cone. This video relied on the use of a variety of camera formats including full size VHS.

“Can’t Hold On” features a rapid montage of quirky images, all transmitted in glorious VHS-quality.
— Rolling Stone

Highlander - “Safe/Save”

I have always been a fan of Highlander, and when we flushed out this idea I was super pumped to make it happen, and had a blast doing it. 

Highlander and Manfredi Media are both members of the Atlanta arts collective, The Grape Tree.  

Blending elements of post-punk, New Wave, psych rock & modern electronic/synth-pop, Highlander creates a unique soundscape, one that lead singer Joe Oliver’s controlled voice rides over to perfection.
— Mass Appeal

Dog Bite - "Lady Queen"

Atlanta band Dog Bite wanted their video, "Lady Queen," to showcase fans dancing to the song in their homes. The MōVI camera system provided me with the ability to gracefully maneuver with a camera like never before.   

Live at the Mammal Gallery

Local band Ill Poacher asked if I could come film their performance at the Mammal Gallery, with a dramatic lighting designed by Parks Miller, this was not going to be your average show.

When I found out that Shampoo was also playing I was excited to have the opportunity to show some highlights from their great set.

Qurious - "Rubies"

"Rubies" represents the search for something very important to you that you are having trouble finding again. The video features no post production computer graphics and was captured completely in-camera. The lighting effects were created by Pablo Gnecco with the use of programmed projectors.