A while back I met Wesley and Pamela through some very interesting real-life-friendster type of situations. You know, the situations where you’re somehow socially intertwined with strangers (or who you think are strangers) but turn out to be closer acquaintances than you’d expect? Well yes, we had one of those encounters.

Wesley said that he was a huge fan of our work, and that he was getting married in the coming months. He knew that we typically don’t do wedding type of work, but we’ll often make exceptions if the couples are great (and they definitely were) and were open to a different type of direction than you’d normally find wedding work to be. After a bit of convincing (and it didn’t take much, haha) we set a path to make a combination wedding/video/slideshow montage!

They recently tied the knot, so we’d just like to say…




The 1975

I don’t know what it is, but I’ve been finding a lot of new good music lately, and it’s not anything EDM or Trap related. Maybe it’s because i’ve been listening to so much electronic dance music for the past couple of years that i’m starting to appreciate traditional instrumental bands again? Or maybe there’s a ton of great, new, young talent out there?! Either way, I’m always super happy to find new music that I enjoy. It makes me feel like I just found a four leaf clover on the street or something. hah.

The 1975 have a great synth and modern 80s sound to them.
That Manchester swag definitely kicks it up a notch too.

I’m really digging the atmospheric guitar sounds and the vocals. Just a great vibe overall.

Check out their self-titled album if you can. I usually rummage through an entire album and only keep songs that I genuinely like from an record. A “good album” to me is when I can find myself keeping about 70% of the songs. I’ve kept 95% of the songs on the deluxe album, so what does that say? Definitely excited to see how these guys progress.

Love their music so far.



We recently edited a promo clip together by the head honcho over at POSS MMA Apparel. The clip features two of their big sponsored fighters from BELLATOR:

War Machine and Vaughn Anderson

We treated the clip to a remix of the always bad-ass Hans Zimmer. We felt it help convey a much more dramatic, but sophisticated feel. Give it a look and see how you feel about it yourself!


BlizzCon 2013

Excuse the geekness of this post, but me and a few buddies of mine decided to attend BlizzCon this year at the Anaheim Convention Center. This is our second time at this convention, and it did not disappoint! Testing upcoming Blizzard games, watching our favorite professional StarCraft 2 players duke it out live on stage, grabbing some interesting swag, and just two days of celebrating my geekdom.

We’ll be back next year for sure!




So we’re up in Sacramento this week filming a promo for Urijah Faber and Torque MMA Gear. Tag teaming on the production again with señor Sam Hon from Honfoto.

The shoot had us following Urijah Faber, Chad Mendes, Al Aiquinta, Andre Fili & Josh Emmett.

This is my second time in Sacramento and I was able to see more of it (the last time I just went to Urijah’s gym and back home) and the hospitality from everyone is super legit. Special thanks goes out to Scott James over at Torque MMA Gear and of course Urijah Faber!

Video coming soon!


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If you know me, you know that i’m a sucker for 80′s ballads and phil collins. I just ran into this song by St. Lucia called Elevate (coincidentally very appropriate title for this website), whose album is now in rotation on my playlist. This is such a perfect soundtrack song.

Don’t be surprised if I end up featuring it on one of my personal videos. Enjoy!