A promo and series introduction made primarily in After effects and photoshop.
This was part of a series of interviews we did around aspects of the prodigal son story. We used 2 Sony FS5 MK IIs and an eye direct on our main camera to give it a more personal feel.
This is one of a series of interviews we did based around different aspects of the prodigal son. We shot these with 2 Sony FS5 MK IIs, utilizing an eye direct on our main camera to give it a more personal feel.
Created in Adobe After Effects 2020, this message bumper introduces each weekly sermon in the series “A Living Hope: An Exposition of 1 Peter.” The graphics are simple and largely text-based, with the visual theme of a chess match to help conceptualize the study of apologetics in defending the gospel. The music is heavy and dramatic, to correspond with the gravity and depth of the subject matter. As a reformed church with largely traditional theology, we approach church media with straightforward simplicity to best represent our brand and engage our audience in an authentic way.
This church newsreel was shot on the Sony a7sii and Rode Pro microphone, utilizing a basic white balance card and Sekonic light meter for optimal exposure triangle and coloring. The newsreel was edited via the Adobe Creative Suite 2020 (Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Audition), while the pre-reel intro video was created exclusively with After Effects. As a reformed church with traditional theology, we approach church media with a straightforward simplicity that best represents our brand and engages our audience in an authentic way. The biggest challenge to the weekly newsreel is creating professional, engaging content while maintaining our church’s…
We wanted to create a villain to promote an upcoming series called “Identity Crook”, which is really a series about idolatry and all the things that distract our focus away from our true identity. SO we ordered a ridiculous nose-mask costume and personified the series title. The number is now defunct, but it was a ransom message with an invitation to the series if you want your identity back.
Shot using Sony A7III, Black Magic 6K, Mavic 2 Zoom, Canon 5D MkIV, Sony a6300
Shot using Sony A7III
Shot with Sony a6300