Virtual reality for Samsung’s ANTI-diaRY, a mobile app that promoted Rihanna’s Anti-Diary album. I worked with a camera system that enabled me to create high-resolution print images while simultaneously shooting the material needed to create motion. The concept for the app was to present viewers with eight themed rooms that they could explore through the use of animated gif activation points. I shot 360s, stop-motion photography, stills, closeups, and backplates all under the same lighting, providing assets the client could use in any number of ways and on a variety of platforms.

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Key art and motion promos for the CBS series Battle Creek.  The motion pieces, which were used online, are composed of a series of still images.


Virtual reality for YouTube’s #MadeForYou campaign highlighting 17 U.K. YouTube stars. We shot in the Enlightenment room at the National Portrait Gallery in London, making individual portraits and portraits of small groupings of the talent. The piece can be viewed online through Google Maps or on a phone using a Google Cardboard.


For Motorola, I created assets that yielded a print ad and a motion piece—all in the same shoot. I shot a stitched backplate in the San Francisco airport, then photographed all characters as individual layers in studio in LA. The layers allowed the creation of a parallax motion piece that accompanied the ad campaign. This “motion” spot got more than 1 million views on YouTube when it was released.