Trailer for the book “Go to the People” (by John Donnelly, photographs by Dominic Chavez), produced for Management Sciences for Health. I created this using photos and text from the book, and provided the narration for the beginning.
I produced this video for Management Sciences for Health (MSH) as part of their 40th anniversary celebration. MSH is a nonprofit international health organization composed of more than 2,000 people from 73 nations.
Demo (spoof) commercial chock full of motion graphics, sound effects, and sick and twisted humor. Produced almost a decade ago, this was an early experiment in using motion graphics. Not my most advanced or skilled work, but it still makes me laugh.
An early demo video, set to music, using wedding footage shot by Dream Video. I created the looping motion background using footage of a water wheel from the wedding.
From the soundtrack to LoudSue Films’ Behind Bars, combining dialogue and audio from the film with a portion of the song “Wasted”, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced.
Motion graphics, titles, and animated logo used as an opening sequence for LoudSue Films projects. I conceived of and designed the logo, which combines the Yin and Yang symbol with the Comedy and Tragedy masks. I also composed, performed, and produced the music.
The LoudSue Films theme, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced.
Audio remixed for a New York choreographer, combining Rose Royce’s “Car Wash”, Anita Ward’s “Ring My Bell”, and Peaches & Herb’s “Shake Your Groove Thing”, matching the keys and tempos, and beefing up the EQ.
Audio remixed for a New York choreographer, taking bits from Billy Squire’s “The Stroke” and Devo’s “Whip It”, combining them, matching the keys and tempos, and beefing up the EQ.