The following pieces are mixture a of freelance work and passion projects. All passion projects and projects under the name Take2Films are pieces that were shot and edited entirely on my own; true one man band style.

Featured pieces (in order):
"Tour Baltimore" DP/Editor (Take2Films/GreyComm Studios)
"The Book Thing of Baltimore" DP/Assistant Editor (GreyComm Studios)
"Wait for the Drop": DP/Editor (School Project/Passion Project)
"March Eighth": DP/Editor/Colorist (Passion Project)
"Snow Timelapse" DP/Editor (Passion Project)
"Toyota Let’s Go Places": Grip/Audio/1st AC/Editor/Graphics (StoryFarm/Pivec)
"La Bella Cuisine" DP/Editor/Graphics (GreyComm Studios)

After Effects Animation
"IndieGoGo Social Change": Animator/Editor (Freelance/Take2Films)
"Mavenspire Logo Animation": Animator (StoryFarm)
"Allegis Group": Animator (StoryFarm)

Companies featured in the productions of this reel:
take2films.com
storyfarm.com
youtube.com/greycommtv

I’ve been putting a lot of time into learning a program called Cinema 4D. This is the result of what I’ve learned so far.
The text was created in Cinema 4D and the photos were edited together in After Effects and Photoshop. I thought it would be interesting to see how well I could incorporate myself in the scene with some realism. It’s not as refined as I’d like it to be (I think the lighting and shadows of my character are off) but it’s not a bad start considering it’s my second day with the program.
I took a few different photos of myself against a green backdrop; keyed that out and masked out my legs from the knee down because the screen didn’t go down to the floor. I brought those photos into Photoshop for some color correction, added a shadow for myself, and also added the vignette around the “Take2Films.”  
It took a good amount of time but I think the end result is really nice. Expect to see more 3d work in the future, maybe even some video. 

I’ve been putting a lot of time into learning a program called Cinema 4D. This is the result of what I’ve learned so far.

The text was created in Cinema 4D and the photos were edited together in After Effects and Photoshop. I thought it would be interesting to see how well I could incorporate myself in the scene with some realism. It’s not as refined as I’d like it to be (I think the lighting and shadows of my character are off) but it’s not a bad start considering it’s my second day with the program.

I took a few different photos of myself against a green backdrop; keyed that out and masked out my legs from the knee down because the screen didn’t go down to the floor. I brought those photos into Photoshop for some color correction, added a shadow for myself, and also added the vignette around the “Take2Films.”  

It took a good amount of time but I think the end result is really nice. Expect to see more 3d work in the future, maybe even some video.