Passionate about graphic and motion design, filming, lighting, and video engineering and editing to create work of aesthetic intent. I like to contribute to the creation of treatments and storyboards, establish the pace, create continuity, and make transitions that convey the tone of the narrative, experiment with styles and techhniques.
For more details, please refer to my editing showreel video (split screen montage). I am mostly interested in content related to media production and post-production from ideas to the technical development, styles and implementation of visual workflow tasks and workflow forms. I like working with ambitious people who are passionate about what they do.
Do The Work …
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Free Avid Media Composer First.
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Insights on Film Editing
No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.
– Ingmar Bergman
Working with raw footage is not something simple as many think. Is about the style or voice being revealed, and carelessly preparing the video for editing the visual style tends to become very problematic and inconsistent when they jump out.
On the other hand, creative content and style consistency makes editing easier. This means that besides the content, the use of editing style can help to define the look and mood of the story, and shape the narrative. As Speidel (2006) points out that films tell stories. While this is not true of all films, the cinematic narration as a “multivocal” medium that narrates through sound and pictures “enables films to co-opt the communicative capabilities of a whole host of other media and forms” (Speidel 2006).