Video Production

Below are a few examples of my video work. More of my videos are posted on my personal Facebook page.

A few of the video advertisements I filmed and edited for Escape Room Zone, a chain escape rooms in Michigan.

A video advertisement I filmed and edited for the Omaha Nightlife Company about an Irish pub that serves Jameson whiskey on tap.

I assisted Nate Gasaway with the filming and editing of this piece for the American Heart Association, a client of Omaha-based branding agency Rebel Interactive which we both worked for. This film was shown at the AHA's 2014 "Go Red For Women" gala in Omaha. It tells the story of Jamie Ruud, a Nebraska woman (mother of well-known Cornhusker football players Barrett and Bo Ruud) that no one expected to be killed by a sudden heart attack given her healthy lifestyle and accomplishments as a professional nutritionist.

Additional videos I worked on for Rebel Interactive include Voices For Children gala awards for Donna Polk / Tiauna Lewis / Hunters Helping the Hungry, Downtown Omaha improvment awards for Hilton Hotel / Norita Matt / St. Patrick's Day Parade / Tom Hanafan / Gavilon / "Take A Seat" project / KETV, Curb Appeal "Best Of Omaha" team members Troy / Sarah / Andrew / Marvin / Laura / Lorraine / Amy, and promotional videos for Spin Linen and the "Rebel Yell" event.

Video projector art I produced in Adobe After Effects to accompany a house / techno DJ set I performed at Bar 415 in Omaha, NE.  I combined photos I took of regulars at the venue with creative commons VJ loops by Beeple.

A video I filmed and edited for jazz pianist Paul Serrato. The background songs in this video are all from Paul's 2016 album "Urban Fingerprints" that he made in collaboration with bassist Hilliard Greene.

Some of my 2012 video editing work for the Hustle Season DVD Magazine in Detroit, MI. For the sake of keeping my personal website rated PG-13, the videos I filmed and edited for this group in collaboration with Jaguar Gentlemen's Club are available as a link (CLICK HERE!!!) instead of as an embedded Vimeo player.