Icebreaker GT

I had the great fun of creating another video for Icebreaker, a company that makes incredible micro fleece active wear.  You should check them out at icebreaker.com  I also had the opportunity to get to know            Lee Weinstein, who is the founder and president of Lee Weinstein & Associates, a Communication Strategy & Public Affairs company.  Lee and I traveled up to Tea Cup on Mt. Hood and to Forest Park in Portland to shoot this video.



For the past few years, during the Winter season, I've had to opportunity to travel around Oregon and interview individuals who are receiving awards from the Special Districts Association of Oregon.  These are people who work for the rural towns that they live in, and have performed outstanding work.  These are people who really care about what they do, and strive to make a positive difference in their corner of the world.  Below is a sample of one of those stories.


A Brand New Year

Chalk up another 12 months for the books.  It has been a full year with good and bad.  I'm looking forward to a new year with lots of opportunities.  Technologically speaking, we live in some pretty incredible times.  Each year I'm able to provide clients with better and better production quality, and keep costs down to a minimum.  I'm still waiting for the matchbox studio, but I'm pretty happy with what I have.  Thank you all for your support!


Corban Students Talk Theater

This past weekend, My wife took her Corban University Fall play drama team to Lincoln City, Oregon for a two day retreat.  Towards the end of the retreat, I sat down with a few members of the drama team and asked them how being involved in theater impacts their lives.  This video is the result of those interviews.


Harry and Nancy Ran Congress

This video was created for a political orginization.  The song is an adaptation of a  Hughie Cannon penned melody, from his classic 1904 song entitled, "Frankie and Johnny."  A talented singer by the name of Megan Mowbrey recorded the song, and a few days later we went to F/Stop Fitzgerald's in North Salem and shot the video.  Using vintage footage from "Marie Galante" and "World Gone Mad" along with numerous photoshoped images we created the final piece.