Immersive Film Projects
National Geographic: The Okavango experience
The Okavango Experience is a 4 part series shot in stereoscopic 360 video for National Geographic. The series follows a team of conservationist on an expedition across the Okavango Delta, one of the last surviving wetland wildernesses on the planet. I worked as director of photography on the project.
New York Times: We Who Remain
We Who Remain is the first character-driven VR film shot in an active war zone. It brings you into the lives of four people – a journalist, a student, a mother, and a rebel soldier – who struggle to persevere over the challenges of making their lives in an unceasing war. We Who Remain had its world premier at the South By Southwest festival in Austin Texas in 2017 and won the SIFF award for best VR experience. It was a co-production with The New York Times, AJ+, ARTE, and Emblematic Group.
New York Times: The Daily 360
Over the course of 2017 I shot a series of videos for the New York Times Daily 360 Project. These shoots took place across the globe from Kenya, to Ireland, to Germany to Hell Michigan to inside a chimps mouth.
After The Fallout
After The Fallout is a multisensory immersive exhibition seeking to explore the lived reality and consequences that the Fukushima Daiichi disaster has wrought on the people, places and communities of Fukushima through the use of photography, virtual reality and immersive sensory storytelling.