This fail video is very painful for me to watch, In 2014, I was testing my new video camera for the first time, and thought I would try to capture some cute moments while my birds played on a pumpkin.
Neither of them liked the pumpkin, Arthur bit my ear, and I cursed him out.
Cattiva is a professional fire dancer in St. Louis. I was excited to get to take clips of her in my studio! It’s more impressive in person, and more provoking than this video can communicate.
This was an extra difficult project to shoot because of the darkness, the fire, and the range of movement. I did the best I could!
Here are some of the parrots, cockatoos, cockatiels, conures, and other companion birds at the STAR Avian “Meet the Birds” event in January 2013.
Edited in Final Cut Pro. Shot with my Canon 6D.
Here’s a very candid clip of my shoot with Tiffany in that 1880s “going away” dress borrowed from the Carondelet Historical Society.
This was one of my first attempts at using Final Cut Pro, but one of my most memorable photoshoots ever. How often do you get to shoot clothing that’s over 100 years old?
I could not believe that anyone would abandon an airplane (even a small one, like a Cessna 150) in a crummy city neighborhood! I don’t know how many times I drove by it before planning this shoot.
Kit is wearing a late 1940s wedding dress, dyed to match the wine that was spilled on it. She’s not quite sure what she’s doing in the spooky basement. We also shot some pictures.
I shot this almost entirely on my cell phone. I edited it using Final Cut Pro and just made simple, quick, edits for a retro feel.