LA, Denver and in a little bit Chicago. Some of my fave cities. I even had a shoot in Connecticut which is rare!
Project management, producing, story boarding, shot lists, media backup on set and in hotels.
And lots of hours traveling 500+ knots at 35,000 feet. Sometimes I can get some work done, sometimes not.
XDCAM, P2, 7d, even some HDV here and there. Surgery, training videos and lots of talking heads.
Yep, it's been busy. I try to see something cool in every city, whether it is a sunset over the Rockies, a Frank Lloyd Wright house or simple the city skyline.
This weekend we shot two educational videos for operating room nurses. EX3 and Ex1, some 7d stills and video for run and gun shots. Oh, and fake blood and vomit - life is good!
Last week after shoot well outside of LA, before a red-eye home, I visited the Hollyhock House, a Frank Lloyd Wright design right in the middle of Hollywood. It was closed for renovations but cool to see from the outside, and with sweeping views:
It's 11pm and I have to be up in a few hours for the flight home. More later.
For now, thanks for reading.