Tripp sent me a cut of the footage they shot on the 22nd. It turned out RAD! The interior shots utilized a rollcage-mounted Canon 5D Mark II and a steering wheel-mounted Flip Mino HD camera. All the exterior footage was shot using a RED ONE. I can’t get over the quality from the 5D Mark II. I’m super stoked they asked me to be a part of this project. It was definitely a fun Sunday afternoon of shooting.
Drift Mechanik’s Don’t Stop from Will Roegge on Vimeo.Will Roegge just dropped a bomb on the world. Since November 1st, we’ve been whispering that DMGGMASD was the greatest drift event EVER. Even more-so because nobody except those in attendance knew it happened. We’ve collectively been dropping teasers here and there… but the larger picture has not been seen until now.A private infield road-course, 25 select invitees, and one creative juggernaut of a videographer combined to make an unforgettable event, and one AMAZING digital short. Not only does Will have an unparalleled eye behind the lens… his artistry and craft shine equally as bright in the editor’s chair. A true testament… that heart makes all the difference.Thank you, Mr. Roegge… for raising the benchmark, and creating a timeless snap of this epic private day.
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.