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  • Urban Coastal Sustainability Initiative at NU Marine Science Center

    Urban Coastal Sustainability Initiative at NU Marine Science Center

    Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center is situated on the rocky coastline of Nahant, Massachusetts, making it the ideal location for students and faculty members to conduct marine research on these coastal habitats and to spearhead Northeastern’s Urban Coastal Sustainability initiative. Although this was a fun shoot and the views were breathtaking, it was also a dangerous setup because we had to move our equipment to the edge of a cliff so we could line up the Boston skyline behind one […]

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  • Camp drawing

    Circle of Tapawingo – A Program of Circle Camps of Grieving Children

    Circle of Tapawingo is the pilot program for Circle Camps for Grieving Children. Circle Camps offers a week of free overnight camp for girls who have suffered the death of a parent. This powerful story takes a look at how a bereavement camp in Maine helps heal the pain of young girls grieving the loss of a parent. Produced/edited by Rick Macomber, co-produced Julie Geer and beautifully shot by Chris Loughran, this story will pull at your heartstrings. Learn more […]

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  • HOW WE MADE THE ATC MUSIC VIDEO “READY OR NOT”

    HOW WE MADE THE ATC MUSIC VIDEO “READY OR NOT”

    Here’s the latest Air Traffic Controller music video from their NORDO album titled “Ready or Not,” written by singer/songwriter Dave Munro. We shot the entire story with the Canon C300, both the narrative and the performance segments, using Kessler Cranes, Kessler Pocket Dolly, Kessler Stealth slider, Tilta rig, ikan D7w monitor and a Glidecam HD 4000 with the forearm support brace. What I love about the Canon C300 EOS Cinema Camera is how it can be rigged up for handheld […]

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  • A WALK IN THE PARK

    A WALK IN THE PARK

    While in NYC just a day before Sandy landed in lower Manhattan I took a stroll through Washington Square Park in the village with no intent on shooting a frame of video. But after listening to the Baby Soda jazz band in the square, I switched over to movie mode and produced this short film for them on a whim. The setup was handheld. No rig for my Canon 60D. I chose to shoot a song that was upbeat for […]

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  • Side view of Tilta rig

    TEAM TILTA CAMERA RIG REVIEW

    *** NEW INFO: I have been contacted by many of you about purchasing Tilta gear. I just got back from NAB Show 2013 and we spoke to Tilta about the problems contacting the US distributor. Team Tilta is no longer the US distributor for these rigs. The new US distributor is Ikan. Here’s their website: ikancorp.com/productfamily.php?id=199 A Chinese company named Team Tilta has designed a new camera rig system that looks like something out of a Terminator film. On par […]

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  • The BOLT is my cup of tea.

    Switronix Torch LED BOLT Review

    Switronix Torch LED BOLT. This is the newest member of the Switronix Torch LED family. It’s called the BOLT. It’s 1/6th the size of a 12 inch LED Panel and it’s 2 times as bright. No kidding. It has two dimmers – one for the 32K set of LEDS and one for the 56K LEDS. You can control them separately or blend both the tungsten and daylight LEDs together to deliver a very bright light with a color temperature of […]

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  • Canon Cinema C300 Night Shoot Collaboration

    Canon Cinema C300 Night Shoot Collaboration

    Any time someone asks me to be DP on a shoot with a Canon Cinema C300 I pretty much drop everything and acquiesce. Especially if that someone is my pal Paul Antico of Anticipate Media, who just happens to own one. Paul and I had been discussing doing another collaboration with his C300 after working together recently on the first Boston  Under 3 Minute Film Challenge. We also wanted to shoot something that would showcase how beautifully the C300 performs […]

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  • Helping Emma cry

    “Anniversary Day” 1st Boston 3 Minute Short Film Challenge

    Boston video production work comes to Salem, MA for the 1st 3 Minute Short Film Challenge Emma and Dan Talbot are celebrating their wedding anniversary. But sometimes love in the suburbs can get a bit messy. Below is one of my shots I borrowed from my favorite film Pulp Fiction. You can hear subtle references to Tarantino’s work in some of the dialogue I wrote for this script. So here it is. The first “Under 3 Minute Film Challenge” sponsored […]

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  • Couple Enjoys Sunset

    The Willows

    Salem, Massachusetts is one of those coastal towns on the north shore of Boston that has lots of character. I’ve shot many films in Salem since moving here. It’s an historical and colorful place with the tales of the Salem witches and the Mardi Gras atmosphere of Halloween (see my short: Halloween Carnival vimeo.com/16388984) But when all the tourists have left and summer arrives, locals flock to The Willows, a honky tonk picnic area with beautiful aging willow trees, arcades, […]

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  • Fifties on Pool Table from Hustle

    Demo Reel 2012 from Macomber Productions

    This is my new reel from Macomber Productions. Some of this work was shot for clients. Some just for my own personal projects. I used a Canon 60D for most of the gigs. The exception was a really fun collaboration shoot I did with the Boston Creative Pro User Group with a Canon C300 for the short film called “HUSTLE.” The shots I used in my demo were some of the ones in which I was the DP. You can […]

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