Awoken – Artistic Film and Photoshoot

We had quite a snow storm last week here in Michigan. This is something Michiganders easily become numb to over the years. When spring arrives, it can be 80 degrees Fahrenheit one day and below zero the next. We never know what jacket to bring to the party.

I grabbed my camera and took a few snaps of the ice forming on the flowers and trees blooming in my yard.​

Reflecting on the photos helped inspire this short artistic film. I was drawn to a variety of feelings and ideas related to transformation, human collective consciousness, life, death, rebirth, and the universal relationships between humans, nature, climate change, and technology.


Snow Days – Video Clip Of The Day

Decided to try my go at some video shooting a few weekends ago. The weather was overcast, cold, and less than ideal for stunning photo shots.

Despite all of that, I decided to see if I could catch anything that caught my creative eye. I did find a lovely place to shoot and it started snowing just as I was setting up. Normally, I don’t like to fly in the snow for safety reasons, but the area was clear and safe.

I was really pleased with the final edit from this little adventure. This video clip is a good reminder for me that even in the darkest of days, if our minds are open and our hearts are centered, we can still find beauty to enjoy and share.

Hope Everyone Is Having A GREAT WEEK!

More snow here today...

Take care 🐼😊👍✌️


4K 360 View Nankin Lake, Livonia, Michigan

My first 360 video on one of my custom Quadcopters. It. was a beautiful cold day with the family enjoying the view letting dad take a quick flight over one of my favorite local MetroParks. I love ducks, Swans and wildlife. I find it fascinating that wildlife survives in such cold temperatures and swim in it. Good things coming.


Saint Clair River Photoshoot

Saint Clair River is a very well known River in the Great Lakes region and an important waterway for trade. It is also a river that boarders Canada and the United States. Here are some highlights of my visit shot on the US side but you can see Canada as well in many of the photos