Archive for Inside the Tomato

Project Hope Behind the Scenes

Our goal: To create a video that would inspire runners and sponsors to participate in the upcoming 42 mile, 5 person team race for Project Hope.  We were excited to do this for many reasons–especially getting to be a part of something that would benefit children with autism.  The Hope Relay is actually designed to […]

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Correcting optical aberration and geometric distortion on the Panasonic HVX200

Optical aberration. Geometric distortion. “What?” you ask. I’ll explain. On the Project Hope Relay shoot, I wanted a really wide shot from across the lake with the runner in the distance. It’s a beautiful scene and I wanted the Furman bell tower on the right side of the frame and the lake as the lower […]

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Video for the Department of Homeland Security

We were privileged to work with Shafer & Huguley Marketing to create this video for the Department of Homeland Security.  The full run time is about 11 minutes and explains what DMO-ADA (Distributed Mission Operations-Air Defense Artillery) encompasses.  Sorry we can’t show you the whole thing (unless you show us your security clearance), but take […]

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Apple Store Grand Opening Greenville SC

I took this video this morning at the Grand Opening of the Apple Store in Haywood Mall, Greenville, SC.  I’ll have to admit it’s a little disturbing to see

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My Job Rules

In August of 2009 I began freelancing for an awesome video company, SlicedTomato. It all started with a mutual love for pizza. From that point on, I knew this would be a great group to be working with. When I began freelancing, my job was simple, shoot and edit for any projects they needed extra […]

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