In 2011 I began filming my first timelapse film, "TIME." I was drawn to how timelapse could tell the story of a scene in such a breathtaking and dramatic way that no single image could ever come close to doing. When I wasn't in school on the weekends, I was driving to all sorts of locations, rediscovering and capturing them in a way that I had never done before.
This project consumed my Junior and Senior years of High School. Filming "TIME," taught me a lot about myself and helped me find my passion. After almost over a year and a half I completed "TIME." Since it's release in June of 2013, it has gone on to receive an overwhelming 243,000 views on YouTube and Vimeo combined. I hope you enjoy watching this film as much as I enjoyed creating it. Keep on the lookout for my new timelapse film "RESTLESS" which is set to release in October of 2015.
-Behind The Lens-
Timelapseing above the clouds Timelapsing fog roll through the trees
Camping under the stars Sunrise at Smith Rock
A crane was used to film a waterfall off the edge of a cliff Packing for a weekend trip to film Mt. Hood