Ford Motors teamed up with local artist Greg Mike to showcase the new 2015 Mustang, resulting in the creation of a new mural in the heart of the city.
This video for EPIC represents how event coverage can take a one day event and turn it into a learning tool as well as a public relations piece for your company.
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.
I was contacted by Tony Hawk's YouTube channel, RIDE, to film a special for one of their shows OPEN. OPEN focuses on independently owned and operated skate shops, this episode highlights Stratosphere Skateboards in Atlanta.
When I found out that Shampoo was also playing I was excited to have the opportunity to show some highlights from their great set.
"The Time of Love" was the winning submission to the Atlanta Cat Film festival in 2013. Since then it has been accepted to the Internet Cat Film festival, which is currently touring the country, and has been specially highlighted on Animal Planet ,and LA's Today Show.
Lost In Transition is a feature length documentary telling the untold story of the history of skateboarding in the South, and its contribution to the progression of the culture. The story is told though the use of rare and unseen footage filmed between 1982 and 1992. More information can be found here.
Highlander wanted a video to represent that perfect day of an endless summer. Directed and edited by frontman Joe Oliver, "Blankets" brings the viewer back to warm days with cold beers and good friends. Highlander and Manfredi Media are both members of the Atlanta arts collective, The Grape Tree.
"MAKE U MAD" represents just another night for the band. Drinking, watching TV, and pissing off the people they love. The Hotels and Manfredi Media are both members of the Atlanta arts collective, The Grape Tree. Edited by James Codoyannis.
"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.