I’ve been in Yangon, Myanmar for 5 weeks almost and had some incredible opportunities so far.
Over the past week I’ve been working with Lychee Ventures on producing 5 short videos for VISA Card as part of the Restaurant of the Year Sponsoree by Visa, an event to be held in February.
Over the past four weeks I’ve been the camera operator on two television commercials that will air on TV and be released online. There’s plenty of behind the scenes photos and videos to come out once the commercials are available!
Diaries Downunder Episode 3 is here, the last for the 2016 season. It’s been a great winter being part of the crew filming with Heath Patterson and editing each episode. Nick Hyne has done a fantastic job producing the 9th series in a row, which is quite the accomplishment.
He has also been the main talent for each of those years and continues to throw down each and every time. There are few people in the world that are as committed and passionate as he is about snowboarding and putting out the best product possible. Enjoy the episode below and head over to Diaries Downunder to watch all of the episodes from over the years.
It’s been a super fun week working on the 42 Below Cocktail Earth Cup.
I’ve been working with Nick Hyne and the Diaries Downunder produced 42 Below Cocktail Earth Cup with Johnny James on stills and the wizard that is Andy Bamford on editing duties.
The event is a 3 day challenge for the 20 best bartenders from Australia and New Zealand as they compete for the title of Best Cocktail Bartenders.
We filmed around Queenstown choosing to shoot on the Sony A7s2 and Canon lenses. Most of the content was shot in 4K at 25fps with the exception of a small few. Media was delivered each day to Andy and he was tasked with putting together 60 second daily highlight reels for Facebook and Instagram before a final wrap up.
Highlights are below with the wrap up to follow tomorrow.
In this episode we venture to the heart of the Southern Alps, Mount Cook National Park. Mount Cook is New Zealand’s highest mountain peak. Cascading out of the valley floor above Lake Pukaki – this is one of the more scenically epic locations in the world and we got to snowboard here – and it was incredible!
With the use of a helicopter, the crew are scooped up to a field of insane New Zealand terrain that is covered in ‘marshmallow-like’ knee deep powder snow. Nick Brown, Stef Zeestraten and Nick Hyne waste no time in finding every last nook and cranny on the mountain to jump off and hack to pieces.
Riders: Nick Hyne, Stef Zeestraten, Nick Brown DOP: Heath Patterson Additional film: James Holman Edit: James Holman
Publisher: Brightmind Music Artist: Black Hat Brigade Song: Zombie City Shake
Thank you to Mount Cook Heli and Alpine Guides for helping us make this episode come together!
For this episode we pulled together a crew that really knows how to ride powder, a crew of local rippers that knows the joys of finding incredible terrain and absolutely shredding it to pieces in their back yard. From the deepset backcountry experience of Will Jackways and Nick Brown to the unique, eyeball popping style of Mahi Mains – we really show the mountains of Wanaka at their true potential.
The crew head to Cardrona and Treble Cone in this episode and damn do they score it!! Winter has hit with a ferocious force and the crew hit the mountains of Wanaka from every angle. From the postcard worthy views of Treble Cone combined with the most epic terrain to complement a powder day (which the crew do) to the immaculate slopes of Cardrona, this episode is action packed with….action! Winter is here and it is doing a good job at continuing to deliver the goods!
Nick Hyne, Nick Brown, Stef Zeestraten, Mahi Mains, Will Jackways.
DOP: Heath Patterson
Camera 2: James Holman
Edit: James Holman
Publisher: Brightmind Music
Artist: Secret Connection