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Central City Opera

August 26, 20120 Comments

Enter the world of high notes and high anxiety as aspiring opera stars audition for a few cherished spots in a prestigious apprentice program in the Colorado high country.

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The Lunatic Farmer

August 26, 20120 Comments

Meet a man who raises “salad bar beef,” “pasture poultry” and pigs that are encouraged to “fully express their pigness.” Is he a lunatic, or crazy like a fox?

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Stories from the heart

August 26, 20120 Comments

Enjoy a sampler of our work; excerpts from just a few projects shot in full high definition, covering the wide variety of the stories we’ve been privileged to tell.

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The Gathering 2013: for World Report

July 6, 20120 Comments

This is a project that I filmed in Ireland that looks at the Ireland economy and how the Irish people are looking at fresh new ways to get that economy going again.  

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A Course Called Ireland: Portmanock

May 26, 20120 Comments

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and Irish mystique of one of the world’s great golf courses.

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Scenes form Ireland through the Lens of an F3

April 25, 20120 Comments

Recently was assigned a project that allowed me to experience Ireland for the first time. Scenes from Ireland provide a picture of my journey. Fell in love with the country. Hope you do too. I filmed this project with the PMW-F3 made by Sony – Zeiss lenses.  

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Lay Judges – Filmed with PMW-F3

March 29, 20120 Comments

This is a story about how not all judges are lawyers – filmed for the network HDNet’s World Report which aired recently. Filmed with a PMW-F3 and graded with Magic Bullet.  

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Images from Death Valley Through an F3 Lens

March 24, 20120 Comments

These are some images from a recent project in Death Valley that I wanted to share – shot primarily with my Sony F-3, along with Zeiss lenses the new Sony zoom for the F3. There is also a few go pro shots, amazing little cameras.

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