The highlights of a year spent living and working in Whistler, Canada with some amazing people. Without a doubt the best year of my life so far spent in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. Some deep days and awesome adventures.
Big thanks to Alex Doncom, Reece Smith and Jamie Jenner for giving me so much extra footage to work with.
Shot almost entirely on GoPro.
Also thanks to Projector Films for some awesome light leaks. projectorfilms.blogspot.co.uk/
Thanks to Gorilla Grain too for their free grain samples. gorillagrain.com/
Finally thanks to Andrew Kramer at Video Copilot for his amazing After Effects tutorials. videocopilot.net/
Been living in Whistler, Canada for nearly a month now, working as a Ski Concierge and loving life. Will post some updates on videos soon but in the meantime here is a film from one of my friends which is very good and has spurred me to start creating my new series of ski films in Whistler. Watch this space.
Emma’s film: https://vimeo.com/51198789
Absolutely love this song and the video right now. The blend of live action and compositing/3D animation is breathtaking. Starting production of Sirens on Monday so I’m a bit nervous.
A short film showcasing some of the highlights from my last winter season (2011/12) in Saas Fee, Switzerland.
Big thanks to Tom Denman and James Edwards for their footage & Dean Arnold for the soundtrack.
All editing & colour correction done in Adobe Premiere Pro, animations created in After Effects.
This is just a fun short and isn’t for any commercial purposes or profit of any kind. Do not try and re-create anything you see in this film, alot of it is either stupid, dangerous or both. Shot entirely on a GoPro HD Hero.
Backstage at Alexandre Plokhov #1
Finally got round to developing my films from my trip to New York. I didn’t really have a central theme though I was playing with scale and size quite alot, the rest are just trashy tourist snaps :) This is one of my favourites, will put some more up soon.
P.S. These were shot on either an Olympus OM1 or a Trip35. The stock was Ilford Super XP2.