How does military service translate into art? We spent two days at Nike headquarters shooting a two-day collaboration between an Army veteran and a talented graphic artist as they worked to create a one-of-a-kind design.
Facing uncharacteristic weather, robberies, pests, and a sense of solitude, an Oregon-based entrepreneur works hard to put her new veganic farm on the map, while staying true to her environmental and compassionate ideals.
A hundred miles from the nearest road, we spent two weeks documenting biologists as they bushwacked their way through some of the most inhospitable and densely bear-populated terrain in the world.
Can a place and an experience be captured properly without words or music? This piece was shot over the course of a week with an anamorphic lens as we explored the majesty of the Tetons with two biologists.
For the company's annual Leadership Conference video, we kept with their mountaineering theme when designing the interview backdrop, and shot footage of three actors hiking in the Shenandoah Valley to create this motivational message.
The official video component of the client's bid for a 4.3 billion dollar Healthcare Management System Modernization contract. Our goal was to show that the partnership understood the government's vision for this project. Ultimately, the company was awarded the work.
We shot this video to warn employees about the dangers of falling victim to phishing attacks. Starring company employees and shot in a conference room, this tongue-in-cheek piece was one of the most viewed internal communications that the company had ever distributed.
A short spot that went from concept to script to realization in a little over a week. We collaborated with Writer/Director Rich Herstek and released the finished piece at the height of the protests against the Dakota Access pipeline.
A piece created to promote Portland's annual VegFest. We shot eighteen interviews on the first day, b-roll on the second day, and had a finished edit ready for distribution on the third day.
A product video about a thermal camera designed to monitor engine rooms on boats. These are tough places to light and shoot -- scalding surfaces, ankle-deep water, and not much space to move around in. But we managed to get all of our shots in one day!
Shot on location at a power plant, we were caught off guard when the power went out. We packed up our lights and relied solely on light reflectors. Fortunately, the power came back on the following day.
An excerpt from a short film written and directed by Rich Herstek. QuickHitRecord principal Nick Brown threw his back out during the pre-light, but managed to shoot the film with the help of a very supportive crew.
This short was written, shot, and edited in three days in collaboration with PDX Productions. Production took place during one grueling day, with QuickHitRecord principal Nick Brown handling all camera and lighting. QuickHitRecord was also responsible for the color grade.
A short, no-budget film that we made for entry into the Sierra Club and American University's Eco Comedy Film Competition. We shot the car interiors against a green screen in a garage. The film came in second place.