Recent Work

When i have the opportunity I place my most recent work here. Of course no one likes to have their thunder stollen so like many design projects, filmmaking often require that finished projects aren't published or shared until after they have been published by my clients for a time.

If you're looking for some curated examples of how you can use video in architecture, design, and engineering, click here

General Mills:
Move To Fuse

When a fortune 500 company is changing their team's workplace, it's going to raise some questions & concerns. With concerns about an "Open Office" concept, it's important to clarify why a Flexible User Shared Environment works and how it's better than the way historical enclosed cubicle environments functioned.

The FUSE Team at General Mills has been evolving the workplace at General Mills since roughly 2007 so they've witnessed and addressed many of the challenges that accompany Activity Based Working and identified how to give users a broader set of spaces that fit the need of the moment.  

Filmed over the course of only 1-1/2 days, this project required a lot of preproduction in order to efficiently and effectively tell the story of FUSE in a way that was relatable to 3 generations of workers coming from a wide variety of workplace backgrounds. Strong research, scripting, storyboarding, flowcharting, casting and even focus grouping in collaboration with the FUSE team really made this project a success.

Swan Architecture:
A "Behind the Design" Series

When you need to distinguish yourself from the pack, the most effective way, is to show your work and let it speak for it self.  And what better way to show your work, than through the eyes of your clients. The Behind the Design series of films for Swan Architecture does exactly that. 

Swan Architecture:
Nature's Gate

Swan Architecture:
Cedar Point

Swan Architecture:
Modern Comfort

Working with Wood

Material Health in the Workplace

Perspectives of Architecture

Additional Case Studies

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