Lessons learned from editing my own wedding video
I’ve shot and edited many wedding films before, always with the idea of creating the most memorable and professional video possible. Now that I’ve edited my own wedding video, my perspective has completely changed.
How to represent 360 degree video in a regular video
Last week I finished up a promotional video for 121 Live, a new personalized video streaming service, and I ran across an interesting problem. How do you represent 360 degree video in a regular promotional video? There’s not actually a great answer, but I’m pretty happy with what I came up with.
Mixing video with animation
“Video and animation are like peas and carrots”- Forrest Gump. That quote might not be 100% verbatim, but it is 100% accurate. Mixing video and animation can create a dynamic, attention-getting video. If you’re not already utilizing both, you should consider it!
5 things I’ve learned while creating a SAAS
I’ve been a freelancer for a long time- helping clients make their dream come true (I’m like Disney World!). My freelance work has always been about creating someone else’s vision. Well now that changes- I’ve started working on my own SAAS- Tap Keep.
My SXSW Experience
There’s one week in the year when Austin, TX becomes an insane mesh of people, technology, and music. Thousands of people pour into the city, excited to see “the next big thing”. As this is my first March in the Austin area, I was able to experience it- SXSW…on a bike.