Cinematography by Shawn Cimonetti
Another successful year in the books broadcasting FIRST! Had some fun with robotics myself this year.
WCAX Picked up the footage for one of their stories as well: https://www.wcax.com/content/news/High-school-students-put-robotic-designs-to-work-567930711.html
I’ve recently been working with the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation on video/photo branding of their Federal GEAR UP program. Check out these first two videos of many to come!
“This is a song of hope. It is for anyone who feels lost, to remind them that there is always a way out. And it is for those of us who stand in their wreckage, to help us remember that the person we know and love is not gone. I wrote this song many years ago, and yet we find ourselves playing it and being asked to play it regularly. It helps us remember those we have lost, and reminds us of the humanity we all share.” – Amanda Gustafson, author
I’m proud to have produced this video of Swale for the NPR Tiny Desk Concert Contest. To be updated….
Proud to provide championship coverage for the 3rd year in a row!
After live streaming the entire Moon Hooch set at Higher Ground, I took an excerpt from the set and turned it into a tour promo. This type of full set recording yields countless excerpts for further promotional use after the live stream has ended. Stay tuned for a release of the full show on Youtube!
Erich Schwer and I traveled over to Clarkson to film this recruitment video to assist them in growing their program and advertising possible recruits.
“ The recruiting video created by Erich and Shawn went far beyond
my expectations. The shots in the video give a great insight into
the Clarkson Men’s Soccer program and Clarkson University as a
whole. I have shared the video with many recruits, alumni and
members of our athletic department, and have received lots of
positive feedback. I strongly believe this video has increased the
professionalism of our program, attracting more talented
student-athletes. I plan to use Erich and Shawn’s services for
future projects ”
– CARTER LINCON, CLARKSON MENS SOCCER HEAD COACH