Senior freelance content producer of video, web, print, social, and then some.
These how-to videos were a super adorable, and delicious, project.
Director: Sharon Radisch Food Stylist: Karen Tack Editor: Sean VonLembke
Music: Audio Network Client: Pepperidge Farm
Bunny How To
Mummy How To
Snow-Women How To
Confetti Sprinkles How To
These spots were built entirely from stock and existing content.
LUDICROUS SPEED Editor: Bryan Wetzel Music: "Gotta Do It" by The Wrecks, BMI
EXPERIENCE Editor: Carlos Servando Music: “How You Like Me Now? Featuring The Dap Kings" by The Heavy, Counter Records
Client: Altice USA
Clinique for Men TV
This was the first re-brand that Clinique for Men has had since it's launch in 1976. A brand originally built on the success of the Clinique line, the #1 women's skincare brand in the United States, meant a fun and unique challenge to produce the web and social content for this iconic brand. From inception, I was directly involved in sourcing our uniquely diverse talent, drafting and negotiating their contracts, and of course all of the production and post involved. On top of all that, we also had the privilege of working with the talent to curate the imagery included in each of their videos. The multiple videos we finished for web and social use are amongst the wide range and large volume of CFM assets that will be utilized globally.
Director: Jason Goldwatch, Decon Editor: Jonah Oskow, Decon Telecine: Shawn King Client: Estee Lauder
Behind The Face: Daniel Dae Kim
Actor, producer and activist Daniel Dae Kim talks acting, being comfortable in your own skin and what defines a man.
Behind The Face: Levison Wood
At home in any condition, writer and explorer Levison Wood talks about what drives him and makes him an original.
Behind The Face: Jeremy Jauncey
Beautiful Destinations founder Jeremy Jauncey talks about resilience in the face of adversity.
Clinique for Men Photography
This was the first re-brand that Clinique for Men has had since it's launch in 1976. Working on a brand originally built on the success of the Clinique line, the #1 women's skincare brand in the United States, meant a fun and unique challenge to produce their first global still life/tabletop and portrait campaign, and to top it off, it was a global launch of a new product, the Maximum Hydrator. I produced all of the shoots for all of the CFM product assets for print, social, web and in store use, as well as supervising the retouch process.
Product Photographer: Matthew Chaves Portrait Photographer: Chad Griffith for Decon Product Retouching: Monarch Client: Estee Lauder
Daniel Dae Kim
Daniel Dae Kim
St. Boniface Haiti Foundation
St. Boniface Haiti Foundation is one of those remarkable charities you hope to find and support as they make a palpable difference in the world. At the time of filming, they were a 60-bed hospital in the remote Fond-des-Blanc region of the Southern Peninsula, with a catchment area of 85,000 people. And yet, upwards of two million people traveled there from as far as Port-au-Prince, because of the quality medical care they provide, in particular to pregnant women and their babies.
It was because of this care that SBHF was in the process of building a new maternal health center, and wanted to create a piece of film that showed not only the need, but the humanity behind it, both on the part of the staff and the patients. I worked with the ladies at Fancy LLC for nearly five months to create an evocative and honest telling of the joys and fears of becoming a mother in rural Haiti.
In the first showing of the film at the SBHF Annual Gala, we raised nearly $500k.
Mix/SDX: Heard City Music: Tom Scott for Asche & Spencer
Holding On To Hope
Ball Park Brand
The most I've ever laughed on set. The only problem with this spot was picking which agency version to use for my reel. Ball Park has used this spot to promote their brand for the last two grilling seasons.
Two extremely different concepts for one iconic brand. Lost showcases the Dell security features, bringing comfort that no matter what happens, nothing happens. Borderless promotes the XPS13 laptop, blurring the boundaries between what is real and what is cinematic.
LOST Director: Jesper Ohlsson, Backyard Editor: Mike Rizzo, Mackenzie Cutler Music: Black Iris
BORDERLESS Director: Stylewar, Smuggler Editor: Mark Edinoff, Work Post
These two spots were post production beasts. After Rob shot these in Capetown, I stepped in to handle the post supervision. It was super fun, super detailed work with a fantastic team.
RESPECT Executive Producer: Rob Beck, KBS+ Director: Lieven Van Baelen, RSA Editor: Peter Johnson, Consulate Music: “The New Black” by Moon Taxi
TORCH Executive Producer: Rob Beck, KBS+ Director: Max Malkin, Pretty Bird Editor: Biff Butler, Rock Paper Scissors Music: “Off & On” by Findlay
St. George's University
This package of spots was produced for Caribbean medical school, St. George's University.
Director: Adam Levite, Ghost Robot Editor: Isaac Royffe, Ghost Robot Music & Sound Design: Adam Charity
Rocks Against Cancer
The whole team donated their time on this one. We created a short promo to run in Taxi TV and during the Rocks Against Cancer event we were promoting. All of our talent were cancer survivors, which made the project extra special.
Director/Editor: Grace Huang
Rocks Against Cancer
The pleasure of doing real person testimonials is always getting to hear their stories. These two were especially memorable.
This project involved a week of shooting at more than a dozen locations in and around Auckland, New Zealand. After several months of original music development, we pursued licensing a track and ultimately arrived at this memorable and popular track by K.T. Tunstall.
Director: Melanie Bridge, Sweet Shop Editor: Dannette Mehalik, Blue Rock Music: “Suddenly I See” by K.T. Tunstall, Sony/EMI
Clean & Clear
Look closely and you'll see the now former Glee cast member, Super Girl!
SHIVER Director: Eden Tyler, Great Guns Editor: Steve Bell, Cosmo Street Music: In The Groove
STAR TREATMENT Director: Eden Tyler, Great Guns Editor: Steve Bell, Cosmo Street Music: Pulse NY
MORNING PERSON Director: Eden Tyler, Great Guns Editor: Steve Bell, Cosmo Street Animation: Eyeball Music: “Wakin’ Up to Love” by Shanna Crooks, Atlantic Records
Client: Johnson & Johnson
Cute kids and cuter puppies!
Director/Photographer: Stephanie Rausser Animation/Editorial: Superfad Music: Pulse NY