I produced, directed, shot, and edited this video describing how CFL Wesley worships. Thanks to Kyle Goebel who mixed and engineered the live recording. In addition, he did some filming as well. Thanks to Aubrey, Nathan, and Alex for playing like bosses. Great job.
I created this video to express the importance of community at CFL Wesley for their Spring 2012 Fundraiser. This is probably the favorite of all the videos I did for CFL Wesley promotions. Music is by Youth Lagoon–awesome job and this song; it’s so good.
I wrote, directed, and was the motion graphics artist for this motion typography work. I was asked to help do a promotional video for a freshmen ministry at the Central Florida Wesley Foundation, and this idea came to me. So, I went with it. Jon Daley was the voice actor on the project, so much thanks to him.
When I was interning at the Central Florida Wesley Foundation at UCF, I was asked to make a transition video to go between announcements and the message. I came up with this. The series was about prayer: how there is noise all the time, all around us.
This piece really is cool. It is one of my favorites that I’ve ever started writing. I wrote for a toy company promotional video. They didn’t like it. However, I love the work. It is unfinished, but one day I’ll give it a proper ending–it might need a proper beginning as well. Nevertheless, the piece is absolutely jammin’. It’s light, playful, and really fun to listen to, especially as more and more instruments come in and joy the chorus.
I wrote this song while I was meditating on some scripture. Sometimes I like to listen to it on loop and just meditate on God’s Word. It kind of has this ambiance to it, that makes it simple to listen to without having to take much thought. It kind of just adds a little musical texture to your meditation.
This is a short and sweet little waltz for piano. I wrote to test the sound of a new piano virtual instrument that I had bought. It sounds great.
Marshall Head created the motion graphics for this, and I created the music to go along with it. The music is a mix of electronic and acoustic instrumentation. It has a cheery tune and exciting feel. This was done in 2009 for Redeemer Church in New York.
I wrote this piece for a friend who was making a promotional video for a non-profit organization. It’s a little grungier than a lot of my pieces, but still fun and brings a lot of hope, kind of dawn coming to a very long night.