Thailand from above.

I fly drones. It's something I love doing, and as a filmmaker I find that they are fantastic tools for storytelling. My particular temptationĀ is probably using them in ways they were not intended to be used, mainly flying through things like doors, windows, and tree branches. I like the way it makes a shot look... Continue Reading →

itsawrap!

On a compressed schedule and a whirlwind 5 days straight droning, my part in "The Buffalo Rider" has wrapped. Besides the lovely Thai countryside of Chon Buri, I had the pleasure to do some amazing shooting at a remote Buddhist temple, A vast pineapple field, and even a local school, where I flew through a... Continue Reading →

day one. (send help.)

And so ... it begins. I met Joel right outside of customs at the Bangkok airport. IĀ never formally met Joel, and frankly, didn't really know much about what I was getting into. It sounded exotic, dangerous, and most of all, fun, so I was 90% there. As long as I had a place to stay... Continue Reading →

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