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Fisher College of Business student Ryan Barta with help from other TBDBITL members, proposed an idea to replace physical paper with iPad’s. Not only would this help cut down the bands use of paper, it would help in music distribution … Continue reading
I produced this video for the Fisher College of Business where scholarship recipients thanked the donors, as well as the university, for being selected.
The Fisher College of Business hosts the BigTen Case competition annually, allowing students to get hands on experience in the business world. This video was created by the Fisher College of Business, filmed and edited by me, and explores a … Continue reading
I have been wanting to shoot a bicycle roller video for some time. After gaining access to a Cinevate slider, I thought what better way to test it out than with my idea? With various slider shots and positions, I … Continue reading
On Saturday June 1st, the Short North Civic Association is having it’s annual Yard Sale event. Groove U is a participating organization and created a parody of thrift shop set to the tune of a yard sale. Don’t miss the … Continue reading
Here is a video I edited for my good friend Ben Bruno when he took a trip to Belize. The dolphins are just beautiful.
I recently took a trip to New Mexico to visit my friend. Had a blast and grabbed a bunch of cool photos. Check out my Flickr to see some more!
This is a video I helped the Fisher College of Business create to highlight the complex and exceptional educational experience they have there.
RE-CUT IN PROGRESS This Past November and December was brewing month for Good Ale Brewery. Documenting the adventure within brewing beer, this video captures the experimenting, the chemistry, the art, and the fun of brewing your own.
After finishing my Pista Concept build, I had a huge urge to go mash down a hill. In my town, McCoy road is a small hill that I always like to ride. I used both my Canon t2i and my … Continue reading
RE-CUT IN PROGRESS I have been playing around a bit with Twixtor. This was an earlier first attempt. Quite a bit of warping, but I have ironed it out a bit in later test runs. This before my migration over … Continue reading