A former fighter pilot turned wingsuit BASE jumper, Richard Webb explains how he and his fellow adventurists map out the ideal route for their wingsuit BASE jumps. Using lasers to measure distance and an angle meter to determine optimal positioning, Webb can find the best, and hopefully safest, routes for his jumps.
John is a tandem instructor at Skydive the Ranch in upstate New York. He has a passion for flight and loves taking people into the sky for their very first time.
Vadim Marcovallo has been bouldering in Central Park for decades (Bouldering is a style of rock climbing in which boulders up to 25 feet tall are climbed without the use of ropes), and there's no sign he'll stop anytime soon.
Matt Shreiner is a professional forester, a tree climber charged with finding and helping to eliminate the Asian Longhorned Beetle, an invasive species, from Worchester, MA. In this short documentary Matt talks about how he came to this unique line of work, what brought the Asian Longhorned Beetle to North America and the destruction in might cause if not properly contained, and how it feels to spend his work days more than 40 feet off the ground.
Brooklyn's brainiest trivia nerds test their knowledge at the Sackett Invitational, where they battle for free drinks, bragging rights, and the title of the borough's biggest know-it-all.
An urban exploration mission combined with a raft trip through New York City. Our crew paddled to North Brother Island, a small island in the East River that has been abandoned for over 50 years. The island, technically off limits and reachable only by water, required passing through Hell Gate, the dangerous confluence of the Harlem River, the East River and Long Island Sound.
The documentary also includes detailed historical background on the island, chronicling it’s most famous resident, Typhoid Mary, as well as the sinking of the General Slocum, New York City’s worst maritime loss of life disaster. As our crew floated downstream from the Bronx to Brooklyn, we contemplated the rewards of seeking adventure outside of traditional boundaries.
Working closely with the New York Road Runners, this video was created to illustrate the mission and core values of this non-profit running organization.
Created for the WWI Centennial Committee for New York City, this short film documents the commemoration of the events that precipitated American involvement in WWI.
Prior to the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon Celebrity Charity Relay, this video was created to build excitement and attract celebrities for the event
Created for 2016 TCS NYC Marathon, this retrospective of Okayo's career was played at the NYRR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Created for Kenneth Cole in recognition of the NYC Veterans Day Parade.
This video was edited for Reach Entertainment http://reachentertainment.com to highlight their work with Carhartt.
Created for ING Bank US and and the ING New York City Marathon, this piece details how ING Bank US became the title sponsor of the ING NYC Marathon and why they've become involved in various charities related to health, running and children.
ING's Marathon Story debuted at the 2011 Marathon Expo in the Theater at the Expo, where over 150,000 people viewed it as part of the theater program.
Created for a successful Kickstarter campaign in Pittsburgh, PA.
Created for the telecast of the Puerto Rican Day Parade.
One dark and frigid Brooklyn night...
Camera/Edit: Andrew Morton
Direction/Edit: Dan Gingold
Music: Forkses and Temple Rat
I spent the summer of 2013 rock climbing, mountain biking and skydiving all over the American Southwest. While driving through New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and California I shot time lapse footage with GoPros mounted to the hood and roof of my car.
Music track by Chris Mitchell, aka Olis.