- What cameras and equipment have you worked with the most?
I primarily use the Sony F5 for most of my shoots with a Sony A7s mkii as a B-Cam. In the past I’ve shot with the Canon C300 and Canon 5D, and for higher end shoots an Arri Alexa Mini. For lighting I carry; five Generay Bi-Color Light Panels, two Bron Kobald 400W HMI’s, 400W and 200W Kino Flo’s, and an Arri Tungsten kit consisting of a 1K, 650W, 300W(x2) and 150W(x3). So there’s no project too big to light.
- Do you specialize in a specific shoot style?
I specialize in telling stories and being fluid with my shooting style to fit the project. Sports and entertainment are what got me interested in shooting and my background was in sports and news. I’m also a certified PADI Underwater Cinematographer for any of your underwater video needs.
- How long have you been filming?
I’ve been filming professionally for five years working for minor league/collegiate/high school sports teams in Rochester, New York. I worked at 9WSYR, Spectrum Sports, Rochester Knighthawks/Americans/Red Wings and Rochester Institute of Technology’s SportsZone covering their college athletics before coming on with Go To Team. But recreationally I’ve been filming as long as I can remember from home videos, sketch videos with friends, to skate videos. The first camera I ever bought was a Canon GL1 on miniDV tape.
- Do you have a favorite project you’ve worked on?
Atlanta keeps me very busy, from Super Bowl LIII to MLS Cup it’s been packed at Mercedes Benz Stadium. Every time I shoot there it gets me excited to stand on the field during these big moments and capturing it all from behind the lens is exciting and something I’m really proud for people to see.