A few people have been asking me how the LENS Blog on The New York Times site came to be and what software it was built on. I thought I'd shed a little light on the development process and answer some of these questions.(more...)
The Thirst in the Mojave piece is my attempt at making video interactive and contextualizing its content. Video on the web is great but it lacks many web-centric features or enhancements.
The advantage of web video over traditional video has typically revolved around the ability to share with friends and time-shift watching content. Thirst in the Mojave tries to bring a little more web mentality to video but still utilize the linear narrative strengths...
This wasn't a typical project for me. It's a little less serious then projects I usually like to work on, but variety is good. This is also the first project in quite a while in which I worked with green-screen video. The setup for the shoot was sort of a hack, with gaffer taped green sheets on the floor and hanging from the ceiling. Honestly,...
Today is Las Vegas' Birthday and we launched The History of Las Vegas Project to celebrate.(more...)