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270 Degrees of Taipei

270 Degrees of Taipei

This has been sitting on my hard drive for several weeks now, waiting to be completed. In October 2017, I made a twin trip to South Korea and Taiwan. This is from the second leg, shot over 3 days in Taipei. A lot of this was shot from the viewing deck of 101 Taipei,...
Dubai in Time Lapse

Dubai in Time Lapse

This is a short time-lapse film that I made during a three day trip to Dubai in March 2017. It’s been a bit overdue, and I finally got around to completing it earlier today. This short film was made from 7,673 individually shot frames with a Sony A6000, Sony...
Jupiter and its moons

Jupiter and its moons

I haven’t posted anything for a while, and I felt that something was in order. This is an older video that I dug up from back in 2014. It was shot with a consumer grade camcorder which had an awesome zoom in June 2014 from the Southern Hemisphere. The large...
The Petronas Twin Towers in Time Lapse

The Petronas Twin Towers in Time Lapse

This is a really short time lapse film that I shot over a couple of hours while I was visiting Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. To be perfectly honest, I specifically went up to Kuala Lumpur to visit the Petronas Twin Towers. They are quite the architectural marvel, but to...
Riding the Dubai Metro

Riding the Dubai Metro

This is a really short film that I put together from my recent trip to Dubai. It’s been shot, partly with my Sony A6000 and trust Lenskirt, and partly with my DJI Osmo X3, while walking through the Dubai Mass Rapid Transport system. One of Dubai’s biggest...
A weekend in Kuala Lumpur

A weekend in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a stone’s throw from Singapore. I’d been planning to check this off my list of Asian destinations. On the weekend of the 7th of January 2017, I had set off on a 24 hour getaway. Kuala Lumpur had not been on the top of my list of destinations. It’s not...
Kyoto in Time Lapse

Kyoto in Time Lapse

This is the second of two short films that I shot in Japan during my trip there in October 2016, and comes from Kyoto. Japan is a nation of paradoxes. This technologically advanced nation has its culture deeply entrenched in centuries of tradition. No culture does...
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