Dir.: Lance Daly
DOP: Declan Quinn
Steadicam (among others): Oliver Waldbillig
Over the last 5 days I had an intense steadicam workshop with some of the best steadicam operators in the industry (Larry McConkey, Peter Robertson, Alex Brambilla, Patrick de Ranter and Valentin Monge).
It was a great experience, I learned so much and met really amazing people.
Finally you can watch my short Adieu! Katja, Bonjour Tristesse from 2014 for free on vimeo.
Commercial shoot involving running in front of the actress. Shot on RED directed by Gwen FRANCOIS, Julien BECKER by Skill Lab
Some behind the scenes of the new Rosport commercial. Shot on Phantomflex, with some 135mm, running in the wood slowmotion action.
Some steadicam shots of me in the new Rosport commercial.
Shot in slow-mo on the PhantomFlex 4K.
This is the trailer of a short movie called Orientierungslos by Lara Mack I worked on last summer. Part of the three minute longtake made it into the trailer.
Last summer I worked on a feature film called Halt!Los!. Here you can see the teaser/trailer of the film with some steadicam shots of me
The teaser of the mafia film Tarantella with some of my steadicam shots
Getting ready for the next set. On monday shooting an other feature: 1000 Arten den Regen zu beschreiben by Isabel Prahl (DOP: Andreas Köhler)
My last gig with my small Rig, my Steadicam Pilot
Our Star Wars Fan Film Darth Maul: Apprentice by Shawn Bu is exploding the internet right now.
I was Focus Puller on this extraordinary project.
The Alexa Plate, works with all the Alexa models (Alexa, Plus, XT, XT Plus, XT Studio, Alexa-65), Arri Amira, Panasonic Varicam.
I've had my first TV Gig Jahresrückblick 2015. It was really fun with the people of RegioTV Schwaben.
Premiere 28.11.15 in Düsseldorf
Photos: Dariusz Misztal (http://www.misztal.de/)
My shortfilm Adieu! Katja, Bonjour Tristesse is now online as video on demand for download or streaming (on vimeo).
Making of Pictures by Liam McEvoy
So I had my first Steadicam Shoot on a feature film: Sunrise in Kimmeria by Simon Farmakas. DOP was the excellent Vladimir Subotic.
We shot in 4:3 on a Arri Alexa XT with Master anamorphic lenses, which created a beautiful widescreen.