In this delightful video, learn where the money goes when you drop a few cents into the donation boxes at McDonald's Restaurants. Ronald McDonald House Charities works with families to house them close to some of the best healthcare facilities in the country.
Chloe and Brandon take their customized, transforming, tiny house on the road for the first time as they move from the construction phase to installing basic needs from plumbing, electrical, and heating. Check out more here.
It's that time of the year, so it's time to break out the presents, eggnog, and treats for the family to share. "What should I make" you ask? Well how about some delectable gingerbread cookies! Kailey and Elise present their 'Yummy' video, a parody of the ubiquitous Tasty videos, to show you a great recipé they picked off of Pioneer Woman. Enjoy!
Looking for that perfect dress for your wedding day? Highly acclaimed designer Candice Wu recently presented her latest bridal collection in the beautiful Park Plaza Hotel in Boston. Watch as the models go from street to chic - ready to put a ring on it - in this behind the scenes video of the event. Shot on the Panasonic GH4.
DJ James DiNanno and the crew at Meritage Entertainment describe what they bring to weddings and events in this promo video for the new 2017 season. All of the DJ's at Meritage come from a musical background and take their musicianship into each event. Meritage also provides customized uplighting for any event that can be fine-tuned to any color and even changed on the fly. Find out more: Watch the video and visit their website.
Shot on the Digital Bolex in my grandfather's old greenhouse, this music video featuring Annabel Lee and her original song, 'Melting' was a labor of love. It took a lot of planning and time to get almost 50 gallons of light corn syrup, a claw-foot bath tub, and all the bugs necessary to pull it off, but the results were terrific! Special thanks to Eric Boughton for supplying his GoPro, Rebecca Perry for her assistance on set, and Mary Perry for letting us use the old greenhouse.
I am proud to join the new video division of Brit Perkins Photography in 2015. Here is my first wedding under Brittany. It stars Ashlee & Stephen, a real fun couple. It was COLD, but their love kept us all warm for those outdoor shots. Check it out!
Long hair. Don't care. Hey there's a cat too? Sweet. Nice, simple fashion shoot with Niki Lazaridou at the New England School of Photography. Filmed on the Panasonic GH4.
I may be biased, but Anita Perry is introducing the second edition of her book, Yogaminute, and I couldn't be more excited for her. Listen to her describe her experience and details about the book in this trailer. Yogaminute - got a minute, you can do yoga! Authored by Anita Perry, owner of YogaAnita. The book is available for purchase today!
Ernie Boch Jr. sure does know how to throw a party! The new Ferrari Spider debuted this week at his dealership in Norwood, MA. Award-winning fashion designer, Candice Wu, was on site with models outfitted for the occasion. Filmed on the Digital Bolex D16.
Filmed at the prestigious Hallmark Institute of Photography, this is a behind the scenes look at an educational demonstration put together by photographer Niki Lazaridou. The setup was very impressive and included a huge projector screen so students can see the raw photos as they were taken. The looks were very basic and muted, but definitely stunning in their simplicity. I provided both the videography and editing for this one.
This is a video treatment of a fashion photo shoot at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. Photography by Niki Lazaridou Photography.
The summer of 2014 will always be remembered for the social media phenomenon that was Pete Frates' campaign to raise awareness and funds for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig's disease. Over 30,000 Americans are affected by the disease that is currently incurable and rife with painful complications. Here is my entry into the Ice Bucket Challenge. I hope it encourages you to keep those suffering from ALS in your mind.
While working for McElroy Films, I had the pleasure of producing-scripting-directing-editing this wonderfully hokey music video at good ol' Fenway Park with none other than William Shatner. Brian Evans' boppin' tune is perfectly catchy and nostalgic for Red Sox and baseball fans alike.