The video loop I created for the Advanced Armament Corp. SHOT Show booth. Features footage from various competitions, training classes, and the AAC Silencer Shoot. This video also features a visual breakdown of the 2009 product line.A lot of effort went into this project… especially the motion graphics segment at the end of the video. Every element was individually animated (sparked text, script text, silencers, flash hiders, individual specifications, etc.), and composited to the music.Soundtrack: “Beware the Circling Fin” by Early Man.
This edit is well over a year in the making. This cut is as close to perfect as I will ever get it. This video is the most thorough, polished, and complete example of my abilities behind the wheel… and my abilities behind a computer. Period.This digital short showcases the past 3 years of my professional drift effort. Features amalgamated footage from Formula Drift and Nopi Drift events, as well as various Nopi/NDRA demos, grassroots competitions, practice events, SPEED TV, and other television appearances.Very very special thanks to everyone who provided me with the footage to edit this videoSoundtrack by Slayer.Keep drifting fun. OR ELSE.
The long-awaited follow-up to the first installment. This video continues the horror-inspired, theatrical slow-motion – while trying to keep the “sequel” status from collapsing into common franchise stereotypes that the horror genre is known for.Principal photography for this project was plagued with technical difficulties from the start. Cameras falling off cars, HDD cameras shutting themselves off before every run, lens issues, focusing problems… it was all there. While this video didn’t quite live up to my personal expectation and original creative vision… it did turn out well.
This video is a super-short and sweet attempt at making a drift video unlike any other I have made before. All the on-car footage is shot from cameras mounted on other drift cars during multi-car tandem. I wanted it to feel very theatrical… and the soundtrack by John Carpenter helps tremendously. The DriftMechaniks were on a murder spree this weekend… so it seemed all-but fitting.