Galveston (2018) will be having its world premiere at SXSW this year! This is a still image I took of Elle Fanning and Ben Foster aka Rocky & Roy! It is one of the first official stills to be released for the film! Very Exciting!
So excited to be posting this! My stills were used to make the movie poster for Beast of Burden (2018)!
I directed a short film called Death of a Dream (2017) which was shot entirely on a 23 foot sail boat! It was a huge learning experience and was some of the hardest days I have ever had on a set. Filming out on the ocean with six crew members, three actors, and two sailors was very challenging! Enjoy!
Kevin Nash crushes it as Troy on Sky One's Living the Dream (2017).
Image I took of Daniel Radcliffe for the upcoming film Beast of Burden (2018).
Images I took for Sky TV's Living the Dream will be featured in this months issue of The British Society of Cinematographers!
Crew photo I took for Living the Dream! Look for it on Sky TV! That's a wrap!
Here is BTS to a film I directed Death of a Dream! This BTS features location scouts from the first time we saw the sailboat Andiamo! It also features rehearsals with Matthew Thomas, Lexi Nicole Schoessow, and Georgia Nicholas. There is also footage from on set while we were shooting at the dock. Lastly it features clips of Chadd Jones composing the original music for the film!
I am currently doing still photography for the British tv show Living the Dream shooting here in Savannah, GA! "British Comedy Guide" just released this article featuring one of my stills!
In addition to doing unit stills photography, I am also fully equipped to shoot BTS / EPK. Having my own grip, lighting, and audio equipment I am ready for any situation!
Music video "Make It Last" by Jamil Houston that I did unit stills photography for! Directed by my good friend Ryan Hance!
First image released from An LA Minute of director Daniel Adams with lead cast members Gabriel Byrne & Kiersey Clemons!
I am currently doing still photography for the film Galveston (2018) shooting here in Savannah! "ScreenDaily" just released this article featuring one of my stills of Ben Foster!
Here is a still image from the Who What Wear: Target Spring Collection (2017) that I shot BTS for! Click the Image to see the gallery!
Death of a Dream is a short film I directed which will be premiering at film festivals in just a few months!
The film is about three young people that go off on a sailing adventure and end up caught in a love triangle abroad their small sailboat.
This film was extremely challenging as we had 6 crew members, 3 actors, and 2 sailors on board while we were 25 miles out to sea, not to mention all the filming equipment we took with us!
This is a time-lapse of one of the days we were shooting night interiors at the docks!
Nikon Flagship D5 with Sigma Art Prime Lens kit and AquaTech Shadow D4 Sound Blimp!
Timeless Innovation is a short documentary I directed and shot for the AIA I Look Up Film Challenge (2016) sponsored by The American Institute of Architects. We ended up placing 2nd place in the peoples choice!
Shooting BTS at WSAV-TV Savannah for a feature film In Search of Liberty (2017).
Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story was the first film I was able to do unit stills photography for. The image on the left is mine. It was so exciting knowing I was able to be apart of the poster image!
Interview I did with "MovieMaker Magazine" about living and working in Savannah, GA. Click Image to got the article!
In addition to the excellent Savannah Film Festival and some smaller fests, this July sees the debut of the Big River Film Festival in Savannah. The city boasts several professional film organizations and, as home to the Savannah College of Art and Design, sees plenty of film students eager for work. We spoke to Seth F. Johnson, a recent SCAD grad with a BFA in Film and Television, who is working on a film that will air on TV One.
“There is a fantastic group of filmmakers already living here,” he says. “When I got on my current set, I already knew about a third of the crew. The Savannah Film Office has always been very accommodating, and even took the time to help me find locations while I was an undergraduate. On this film, they have been able to assist me with arranging picture cars, shutting down streets, and even notifying the Coast Guard about our need to fire a flare gun.”
Johnson also loves Savannah’s rich visual possibilities, including the nation’s largest historical district, an urban evergreen forest and boundless coastal and rural settings. “In February of 2015, I directed a short film called ‘One Traveler Too Many,’ which I shot in the historic district. Since the film was set in the 1890s, I was able to utilize the brick roads and the old Victorian homes. Then, in summer, I shot a short drama about three young adults on a sailing adventure called ‘Death of a Dream.’ I only had to travel 15 minutes down the road, and I was able to film in the marsh and in and around the islands.”