In the run up to one of the most-anticipated Australian Baseball League (ABL) championship series in years, Adelaide Bite will attempt to end the Perth Heat’s four season dynasty. Gearing up for the main event and the ESPN coverage I got to shoot one of those great moody slow-mo promotional pieces.

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Just a quick post to mark a successful conclusion to nine consecutive days of filming and cutting on the road with the Aussie Muscle Car Run and an amazing bunch of people.

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It would be an understatement to say that camera technology is advancing rather rapidly at the moment. In the last twelve months alone the major manufacturers together have released more than 25 new models of camera, it’s an interesting time to work in the moving images business.

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So much food, so little time, life can be truly cruel. Ten days, eighty events and more than 50 internationally acclaimed food aficionados, this years Tasting Australia festival has been a feast for the eyes only for this particular cameraman…

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“Not for ourselves alone are we born.” Cicero

Shooting segments for The Project I’m constantly reminded that the places I get to travel to and the people I’m privileged to meet, provide a unique opportunity to appreciate the stories of those who are driven to help and support others.

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“Could we interview Jody on the truck somehow?”, “Well if we could get up high enough beside the tuck… sure”. Five minutes and a scissor lift ascent later and we have my first 20 foot in the air interview, a great way to start a days shoot…

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You can walk into a roadside diner at 8.00am and order yourself a breakfast basket of fried chicken! Had a great year filming with Brendan Bell of Bell Group Productions for the 2013 season of MxTv….

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“So we have twenty interview subjects over the one day in the same location, that need to look significantly different enough for the edit to work, but we can’t move the lights or the camera position… let me get back to you on that one”

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A road race like no other, the World Solar Challenge teams traverse more than 3,000 kilometres of the Stewart Highway from Darwin to Adelaide, in cars powered only by a blazing G-type main-sequence star 149,600,000 km away.

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