I worked as a camera man at the inaugural ChampTruck race at PIR working the live broadcast on the last turn before the main straight stretch, and also doing the video work for all of the live interview segments in the pit area. The video below is quite long since it covers a full day of racing but there are some great highlights especially at the end of the last race on Sunday, October 4th.
I often work as a stagehand for concerts when they come through town and sometimes they need a camera operator to fill in for the touring crew. When they do, I get the call to join the video crew. Recently I've done video for several concerts but I had a particularly good time shooting for Aerosmith and I found some footage of the concert I shot on YouTube. I didn't shoot this clip - a fan in the audience shot this. But you can see the big video screen behind the performers has a bunch of camera angles, and I was running one of those cameras, so every now and then you can see a second or two from my camera on the big screen. My camera position was out in the audience on the right hand side.
I was brought in to provide live streaming services to the Portland World IA Day conference which simultaneously featured talks in 38 cities around the world. I set up and manned two live cameras, plus I switched to the presentations, and keyed titles on to the edited video feed. Feel free to view one of the presentations from the conference below exactly as the live online audience was able to see it.
Once in a while I like to post links to projects that I enjoyed working on, or am particularly proud of how they turned out. Enjoy!