Lands’ End

December 16, 2016

Sales videos of all kinds are quick to highlight the features and benefits of products. This project focused more on the potential customer. The portrayal of real, blue collar workers as the unsung heroes they are, allows for a natural and unforced connection to the brand and products. The...

Midwest Beauty House

December 12, 2016

“People do just stop in and say ‘Hi’ or just walk past and give me goober faces. It feels like it’s this cute little community spot that I don’t think happens that much anymore. That idea of that old, classic beauty barbershop where people stop in to shoot the...

Fate of Heart

March 26, 2016

Call it coincidence, cursed, or call it fate. After falling in love, these two star-crossed lovers soon discovered it was not meant to be. They reignite 10 years later to see if what they left behind still lingers, and if the mystery that caused their separation still follows. Official...

Fiskars

March 22, 2016

Initial storyboards for this project asked for a similar laydown concept but with only simple cuts between scenes. Stitching the scenes together created a more visually engaging narrative. Each scene was shot in 6K with the action taking place within a 4K frame to allow for overlap. The blade...

Duluth Trading Co.

October 28, 2014

EDITOR Daniel Kinney DP Jerry Emmerich PRODUCER Matt Cowden

Design Concepts

August 19, 2014

DIRECTOR Tom Kermgard EDITOR Daniel Kinney DP Michael Palzkill PRODUCER Tom Kermgard

Jones Dairy Farm

November 21, 2013

DIRECTOR Vinnie Besasie AGENCY Stephan & Brady EDITOR Daniel Kinney DP Mike Gillis CREATIVE DIRECTOR Emily Shea PRODUCER Matt Cowden

Road to BFree

February 8, 2013

BFree is an enthusiastic, adventurous, and passionate individual who found his calling as an alternative sports athlete, constantly inspiring others to get the most out of life. This show follows BFree as he travels across the country looking for the most exciting things to do in each city. For...

World Rolling Series

June 2, 2011

“What it really came down to is pretty simple. The main focus for a lot of people when discussing the current state of rollerblading is television. Rollerblading does not have that massive broadcast exposure it once had… I decided to take it upon myself to do a complete X-Games/ASA...