BECU You own it
Microsoft FLS Video
Coastal Community Bank
Bike MS - Deception Pass Classic
The multiple sclerosis society needed a video that would capture the essence and beauty of the Pacific Northwest MS bike ride around Deception Pass. Jeff Erwin came onboard bringing his own bevy of awesome tools. Using a total of four different cameras on three different rigs, we used a Movi, a drone, and of course tripods as well as handheld footage. Cameras used were a Sony F55, Canon C300, Sony A7S and the drone camera from DJI on a Phantom 3 pro. I was able to shoot and direct this peice as well as edit and color the final output, phewww!
Hawks Island Timelapse
Amazon My Way
Warninger Chiropractic needed to show the community the abundance of services it provides to relieve chronic pain. In this 30 second television ad, Dr. Briggs describes only the chiropractic services.
Overlake - Bracelet IDs
Sh*t IT People Say
Bezos Foundation - Vroom
Bezos Family Foundation worked with PegLeg Pictures in 2014 to create this documentary that chronicles the South King County Vroom initiative. Vroom helps parents and gives them the tools to build their childrens brains from early on when it matters the most.
Everyone's getting ready for Microsoft Amp
Bike for MS
Created a video for MS Awareness
HSR High Speed Train
The cascade corridor is a hub for education and business opportunities for the Pacific Northwest and investors are trying to find a way to build a high speed train to bridge the gaps.
Fieldstone Memory Care
Cascadia Partners needed a video that described how senior living has changed for the better and how the environment is more family centric.
Created an ad for the new Audi that goes 0-60 in 3.7
Health Point "It's a promise"
Health Point is a promise to help those in need.
Sea & Summit
We set out to do an epic adventure video to help promote Sea & Summit Adventures
C SATS, part of the Johnson & Johnson Institute, is a performance management system for healthcare professionals to assess and improve continuously, accurately and objectively.