Category Archives: Videography

Behind-the-scenes video footage from the Winnipeg Folk Festival.

Being a photographer for the Winnipeg Folk Festival I am lucky to be able to witness a lot of wonderful musical moments each year, and 2016 was no exception.  Though my visual mindset is usually focused on capturing these moments through still photography, since being added to the festival’s social media team I also periodically switch gears and capture raw, behind-the-scenes videos of these sorts of folk fest moments.

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  • MatthewJuly 30, 2016 - 10:33 pm

    Killer workshops. Heck of a fest.ReplyCancel

A promo video of sorts for the Idea Spark iOS app.

I’ve been thinking of doing a promo video showcasing the Idea Spark iOS app for a while, but I just couldn’t decide how I wanted to do it.  The current trend amongst startups is to release glossy marketing videos with upbeat music, but in all honesty I am personally very tired of this sort of communication between creators and their customers.  Seeing something generic like that has very little impact on my own saturated senses, and I figure I’m not the only…

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If winter was a feeling.

“Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.”
Yoko Ono

A couple months ago, my partner and I sought out respite from the urban jungle and holed up in a quiet cabin in the woods.  When a storm blew in, quiet quickly became isolation.  Footprints were covered, visibility all but disappeared, and even the birds were nowhere to be found.  But with nature as our entertainer, and a large pile of firewood just a short walk away from the cabin, we settled…

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  • Pasqualina PocketsApril 21, 2014 - 10:06 am

    This video is incredibleReplyCancel

  • KareniaApril 25, 2014 - 6:43 am

    Shivers is right… this really grabbed me by the way.ReplyCancel

Pecha Kucha Winnipeg

Pecha Kucha Winnipeg is an evening of presentations aimed at creatives by creatives.  It has a unique format of 20 slides per speaker, with only 20 seconds allowed per slide to keep things lively and to the point.  Pair this format with the huge variety of speakers and you can pretty much guarantee that you will be entertained and inspired.

I’ve been attending these evenings for a few years now and have always found them immensely inspiring.  When the opportunity…

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  • DanielleNovember 7, 2012 - 12:19 pm

    Nicely done David!ReplyCancel

Descending

Scott Wilson and Andre Dupuis have moved on from their Departures project to a new vision: Descending.  It takes the same idea of exploring the world but, instead of doing so on land, this time they’re going below sea level.  The premiere episode is online (link) and I must say I am impressed.  Given the concept I wasn’t sure how they would execute it and was skeptical.  But, one episode in, I am excited.  It certainly left me itching to dive!  However,…

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