This animation was created for a class project at Evangel University. It was inspired by the “Get Lost (in Montana)” tourism campaign.
As part of my internship with Teen Challenge USA I filmed 20 interviews at the Teen Challenge national conference and then edited them into 8 short videos.
A woman wakes up to find her husband dead beside her and has no memory of what happened.
In the summer of 2013, I traveled to Europe with a group of students from my university. I created this book to showcase some of my favorite photographs that I took on the trip.
I burned DVD copies of my France/Belgium documentary for everyone who went on the trip. I created the menus in Photoshop, the video assets in After Effects, and built the DVD in Encore.
This music video was created for Electronic Cinematography at Evangel University. My contributions to the project were co-directing, production design, lighting, co-editing, and color grading.
I directed Crying Wolf in fall 2013. Crying Wolf is a feature length film EU Film that was created at Evangel University.
This was definitely one of my tastier projects. Neal Brown, a local chocolate maker in Bigfork, MT, asked me to help him with the technical drawing for a chocolate bar mold.
After my grandmother passed away, my mother asked me to help her create a commemorative photo book for all of my siblings as a Christmas present.
I created this mock magazine with a partner for Introduction to Mass Communications at Evangel University.
I worked as a cook for a couple summers at a little coffee shop called Montana Bear Food located in Bigfork, Montana. I occasionally helped out with some design work for the business.
The Bigfork Inn is a casual fine dining restaurant in Bigfork, Montana. My father ran the restaurant for several years and during that time I helped out with a lot of graphic design and marketing.
I worked with Esy Jurado to create this mock commercial for Electronic Cinematography at Evangel University. We chose to create a branding ad for Apple.
The Last Night is a short film that I created with several other talented individuals for Authoring for BluRay and DVD at Evangel.
In the spring of 2013 I traveled to Europe with a group of students from Evangel. I was the backpack journalist for the trip so I was in charge of documenting everything that happened.
In the summer of 2013 I worked as a videographer at K-Kountry in Branson, Missouri. My job was to capture everything that happened at kamp and edit it down to a 15 minute highlight video.
I was hired to completely redesign The Lance’s website. The old one was very cluttered and they wanted something fresh and clean that was more user friendly.
For my final project in Introduction to Photography at Evangel University, I did a photo session with Abby Michalowski. She is a dancer and I loved the juxtaposition of the beauty of dance with the harsh realities of the dirty city.
This is a poster I designed to submit to the Fine Arts Festival. The theme that year was “Compelled By Love.”
I was creating a photo book to commemorate my grandma after she passed away and I stumbled upon some creatively cropped photos. Instead of leaving them as they were, I attempted to restore them using Photoshop.
The final project in Video Production Lab was to create a custom news show. The first 5 minutes were supposed to be straight news and the second 5 minutes were up to us to fill with whatever we wanted.
As part of my degree requirements at Evangel, I was required to take a semester of TV Workshop. These are the news packages I submitted for the show.
These news stories were written for The Lance (Evangel University’s Student Newspaper) while I served as the Online Editor.
I edited this trailer for the film Second Sight, a feature-length student film that I produced at Evangel University.
This a 30 second commercial I created for my Avid/SFX class at Evangel University.
These images are all shot with a Nikon D40. I took the photos in and around Bigfork, Montana.
His Mighty Acts is a testimonial magazine created by Deborah May. She collects and edits stories about God’s miraculous intervention in people’s lives.
The Robe of Entry is a children’s book that I wrote and illustrated. I submitted it to the Fine Arts Festival and received a Superior rating.
I was given the opportunity to direct Little Women my senior year of high school. I got a group of my friends together and without any adult supervision, we brought the classic by Louisa May Alcott to life.