For Colorado College’s 2013 Holiday video, I collaborated with CC English Professor Jane Hilberry. She wrote the poem that is the backbone of the video, and it perfectly encapsulates the feeling of pre-Christmas finals at CC.
I acted as producer, director, cinematographer, editor, and music supervisor on this project.
In Spring of 2014, Colorado College released The CC Faces of Innovation. As part of the project, I produced 8 videos of CC students, alumni, and faculty who are changing the world in new and incredible ways.
As part of the release of Colorado College’s new strategic plan, I created a set of 8 videos that demonstrated our commitments to innovation, environmental stewardship, active learning, collaboration, and more. I turned these videos around in less than six weeks.
Welcome to the Block Plan is the first taste of Colorado College for high school students and parents across the world. This was the first time the “search video” had been created in-house, and we pulled together a team of students, staff, and faculty to make this project happen. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, from both on campus and off campus audiences.
I acted as producer, director, co-writer, co-editor, and effects supervisor on this project.
Colorado College’s 2012 Holiday Greetings, comprised of the sights and sounds that make up all of our favorite (CC) things. While CC has created holiday videos in the past, this was the first made in-house, and has been viewed the most times.
I acted as director, producer, writer, editor and music supervisor on this project.
Colorado Springs Philharmonic and Colorado College’s Film Studies Program teamed up for an audio and visual performance of Gustav Holst’s THE PLANETS. A seven-movement orchestral suite accompanied with historical and contemporary footage from all over the world, this is THE PLANETS like you’ve never seen it before!
I acted as part of the creative team that planned, pitched, and edited these videos. I was specifically responsible for “Jupiter, Bringer of Jollity”, the fourth movement. They were performed on March 10, 2012, to the 2,000 seat Pikes Peak Center and received a standing ovation.
In the autumn of 2010, I traveled to Dublin, Ireland took part in the Tisch School of the Arts/HotPress Magazine Initiative, and collaborated with local up-and-coming band Funzo to create a music video for one of their singles. The resulting video was watched by Funzo fans all over the world.
WINNER Colorado College Lewis Award for Best Student Film of the Year Second Place WINNER Colorado College Film Fest 2011 Best Alternative Medium