Shot in one day with a small crew of three people, Re/Done was created to showcase how luxury can be combined with sustainability. The use of clever drone and gimbal work combined with close macro shots gives this spot a unique feel that transports you through the process of revamping old jeans.
And you'd never guess that most of it was shot on DSLR... Use the right tools for the job!
Glacier Exit was born from a trip to Alaska taken on a whim. A chance meeting on an abandoned back road with a local glacier guide set the film into motion. When we saw the melting glaciers in front of our very eyes we knew we had to tell a story. We didn't have much equipment with us, but we made every shot count and the film came alive in the edit.
Glacier Exit has since been featured by National Geographic, Upworthy, Outside Magazine, Vimeo's Best of the Month, Climate Reality, 350.org, Redbull and more.
We travel a lot. You never know what you're going to encounter out in the wild. Always be ready!
Parkour is an art form unto itself. Capturing the intense body control parkour requires and transporting it to two different locations was what made this project so fun. Created by our team entirely in house.
Be Wild was shot with the Sony FS7 and Alexa Mini across a one week period travelling in an RV through California.
Battling angels, medieval storylines... what's not to love! We brought this story to life as part of a larger timeline that we aim to film as a feature.
A world where prisoners are rehabilitated inside virtual reality, Immersion is the future. When an innocent man is captured and placed inside this virtual netherworld he will uncover dark secrets and be forced to fight his way out. Immersion was produced as a proof of concept for a larger narrative that is currently in development.
Visual effects all done in house!
Shot with the Red Epic, Red Scarlet and a little a7s thrown in there for good measure!
Beyond was the first short film project created by Raphael. It was produced entirely without a budget by one person with one camera. It was a product of hours behind the computer creating visual effects, editing each frame and sound designing. Beyond was optioned by Universal/SyFy.
Yes, my friend is really standing at the edge of an enormous cliff with at least a 1,000 foot drop. Kind of a daredevil...
When we decided to travel to Norway we had no idea what we were in for. Easily the most visually stunning place on a long list of travel, it was a joy to set the drone in the air. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Lofoten islands and journey with us as we travel around this Scandinavian paradise.
This was shot with a drone that we could climb a mountain with on our back. A Phantom Professional.
Trust me... that wasn't an easy climb. Not all of us made it to the peak. But you've gotta do what you can for the shot!