IT Architect / Photographer / Adventurer

Wakefield Park Track Day

A very quick edit of some Contour HD 1080 helmet camera footage I shot at the Wakefield Park track day on 25 March, 2011.

Stick around at the end for the bloopers! (Moderate language warning during the bloopers).

Many thanks to Mark (the rider at 2:35 in the video) for organising the trailer and getting us to the track!

Crossing the Channel of Bones - The Trailer

This is an early teaser for the indie documentary that I am currently shooting and will be shooting right through until August 2011.

Crossing the Channel of Bones is the story of Becci Gardiner and her journey to compete in the 2011 Molokai to Oahu Paddleboard World Championships, a 32 mile crossing of the the Channel of Bones.

The documentary is being filmed on a Canon 5D MK2 and a Contour HD 1080p with waterproof housing for 'on the water' shots. Sound is captured using a Rode VideoMic. Editing is done in Premiere Pro CS5.

For more information go to: www.crossingthechannelofbones.com

"decay" - An experimental film for Kino Loves Object (Kino #39)

decay by Jason Hooker.

This is an experimental film made for Kino Loves Object (Kino #39), a collaboration between Kino Sydney and Object Gallery.

The three locations in the film are:
1. the bunkers near the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Base, La Perouse
2. the sea wall at Port Botany
3. the shipwreck of the SS Minmi, wrecked on 8 May, 1937 at Cape Banks.

The audio track is "Breathing" by MĀ, remixed by Kid Fiction and then slowed down by 8 times using the "Paul's Extreme Sound Stretch" application. (Permission has been granted to use the audio track).

The footage was originally shot to test out the camera slider rig that I constructed using Igus linear bearing components.

MĀ - Light Summer Dress (ISAAX LSD Remix) music video

This music video (also available at Vimeo) is my contribution to the collaboration between , ISAAX and Kino Sydney. It is constructed from over 9000 stills shot on location around Sydney using a Canon EOS 5D MKII. The fake tilt shift effect was added using Adobe After Effects. It was first shown at Kino#34.