I was contracted to shoot a couple interviews for this project by Spectrum Productions out of L.A.  The client was United Long Term Care Workers.  Always looking to further my networking and this was the first time working with Spectrum. Here’s to more projects together!

The video turned out well by Spectrum. You can find segments of the two interviews I shot at the following minute markers above the video. I shot these interviews on a Canon 5D Mark II using 50mm and 85mm prime lenses. Recorded the audio into the camera through a Zoom H6 and my Sennheiser wireless lav. Lightly lit with my Lowel kit.  My segments were shot at the U.L.T.C.W. offices in Oakland, CA.

Check out more of my commercial and industrial type work here.  Thanks for viewing!


– B


(My clips are the gentleman at the 0:14 second mark and the nice lady at the 0:49 sec & 2:53 min marks)



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About B

Hey everyone. If you wanna know, I reside in the place of sun, silicon and superficiality. Ahhhh, my home sweet home...how I love the! Sarcasm you smell??? Well...perhaps just a bit. But, truthfully, the West is where my heart is. The world itself is a wonderful place if you let it be. That's why I like to say I give my heart to the West, and my soul to the world. Call it what you will. Living to be the best person I can be is my goal in this life. That doesn't necessarily mean being the best though. It's my belief if you do your utmost personal best, giving whatever you go for your without-a-doubt all, and make smart decisions along the way, awesome things can happen and you'll achieve what you set out to do. There can be no excuses. There can be no giving up. You must use your opportunities and develop the natural abilities you've been blessed with. And, in the end, if you stay focused, you will find your happiness. Competitiveness is great. It drives us. But we can't let it cloud our vision, dirty our good nature. Eh, take it for what you will. This is just what I've come to live by through personal experience. We are all different. Find what works for you. All in all, I hope I can provoke some sort of thought through my work, as well as provide some sort of emotion. Not every person will like it, nor will every person appreciate it. But I'm okay with that. No ego or pride here....well, okay, as little as possible at least. :) Through my art, I give my all to the world. And that's the best I can do. Thanks for your time.

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