The Shull family has renowned hospitality. It is legendary.
The initial “First Things First” video is one of my favorite projects to date. I saw it morph from a Comm Team brainstorming session, to a shoot in my living room, to the final cinematic piece I had envisioned. I loved creating the foley (sound effects) and dubbing them over the video. Can’t tell you how many times I had him rip cardboard, spin the helicopter blades, or dump out LEGOs to get the perfect sound.
You’ll see a similar theme with the two following bumpers - one in a coffee shop and one with carpentry.
I had the absolute pleasure to work with the ladies from Ammi Floral designs for a local wedding at Sunshine Farms. Best friends plus a mother-daughter duo form a botanical powerhouse. They’re confident and well-spoken in their craft, passionate, and setting a solid example for their children. Check out their website for more beauty.
Psst… They also designed the florals for our wedding last month and killed it.
Below are five intro videos for a sermon series at Brook Hills. All except the first installment are voiced by the man or woman whose life verse inspired the sermon. Each video is around one minute long. They played in worship gatherings immediately before the sermon.
Pastor Matt at Brook Hills preached a series “We Are” casting a vision and creating a language of pursuits we are to embody as a church. This is a fun clip that was shown at our first Faith Family Gathering - made from footage sent in from members and a roving camcorder on a Sunday morning.
The worship team took over a city bus for a Sunday afternoon to promote the upcoming Christmas event.
The bus driver was less than pleased.
Every year the global team releases the list of short-term trips available. It is met with great anticipation.
Students at Brook Hills are trained and sent all over the country and the world. This piece uniquely highlighted their ministry with footage they sent in from trips and events.
At Brook Hills, kids are taught Genesis through Jesus’ ascension during their preschool years. Here is their adorable take on the whole story.
This clip is from a cross-country trip my brothers and I took during the summer after the youngest of us graduated high school. We’d been planning it for a decade. Slept under the stars at national parks and made it to Cali and back in a brisk 11 days. #yolo
This large group of young people was sent out on the mission field for a length we call “midterm” - anywhere from two months to two years. The movement, color, music, light leaks, and reflection of each personality - these are all things I adore about this video.