This is one of the last business documentaries from Levi Thornton before he graduates from CSU with a TV/Video Journalism Major this month. It's about Boss-Man BBQ – a family run team that does competitions, classes and catering.
The piece was shot on a T2i using the kit lens and the 1.4 50mm. Levi hand-held most shots and used the tpod, where necessary, to stabilize the shots as best as possible.
This guy's really talented. Someone should pick him up as a new-hire.
Simple, but sharp little site (it's almost like a commercial) that gets you to read every word of the copy. It's for Ben the Bodyguard – an upcoming app that protects your passwords, photos, contacts and other sensitive stuff on your iPhone or iPod touch. Scroll it.
The working title for the project is Neighbors, a series of short stories about individuals from various neighborhoods in San Francisco. Part conversational interview, part documentary – we get to know the individual in the context of their work and home environments, in order to gain a deeper understanding of their influences on the community. Agency: Agency Charlie.
Illiterate Gallery has a First Friday opening featuring all Denver talent tonight, displaying the city as they see it. It's called Mile High on the Map. Here's a sneak peek at what Changethethought will be showing. Five of these are printed as Giclées and one is framed. The framed piece will sell for $150 while the unframed will be available for $100 each. Now this horse can haunt you, even when you aren't driving to the airport.