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Shooting, editing and animation highlights

A compilation of my work in camera operation, editing and animation.

Cameras used include the Canon C300, 1D Mark II, 5D Mark III and Sony A7R III. Editing software used includes Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Audition.

Please watch in 1080p for the best viewing experience.


Yahoo: These drones could save your life

Feature, motion graphics

(Yahoo) Drone Delivery Canada says its autonomous drones will help save lives and boost delivery times once they populate Canadian skies within the next few years.

The Toronto-based company unveiled its drone fleet in November along with its 16,000 square-foot operations command centre, where it hopes to manage up to 1,500 drones for commercial and industrial customers around the world.

See more: https://ca.news.yahoo.com/cargo-drones-could-protect-sick-151346679.html


Yahoo: How to earn thousands as a sugar baby

One-to-one interview, green screen, motion graphics

(Yahoo) ‘Lola Deshante’ has been a sugar baby – meeting men for money – around her modelling and social media work for almost three years.

Here, the Toronto-based Seeking Arrangement ambassador reveals all about how she got started, the demands of the ‘job’, how much to charge, and what others should know before getting into it.

Read more: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/video/treat-job-toronto-sugar-baby-223826331.html


Yahoo: McDonald’s rumours and more – The secrets behind Tim Horton’s coffee

One-to-one interview, feature

(Yahoo) Yahoo Finance finds out if there’s any truth to rumours that McDonald’s bought Tim Hortons’ coffee recipe, and what changes, if any, have been made to the franchise’s coffee since they changed ownership in 2014. (Pictured: Kevin West, Head of Coffee at Tim Hortons)

Read more: https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/tim-hortons-did-not-sell-coffee-recipe-to-mc-donalds-194810309.html


Hands of Masters in Luxembourg

Lifestyle feature

(Euronews) Contemporary craft biennial De Mains De Maîtres has opened its doors in Luxembourg.

A major exhibition dedicated to artisans and art creators — from concrete sculptors to fashion designers, glassmakers, painters and more — has been held for a second time in Luxembourg.

Taking place in Luxembourg City at the spectacular Arbed castle, a former steelmaking HQ, over 60 Luxembourgish and 30 international artists were invited to feature their creations at “De Mains de Maîtres”, which was attended by the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg.

The biennial event aims to offer the widest representation of arts and crafts, putting the nation’s contemporary craftsmanship in the spotlight.
The theme this year was “Gestures and Wonders”.

“What we are looking for in this exhibition is diverse materials, so felt, glass, concrete, steel. That’s what’s exciting and what gives us emotion,” says Jean-Marc Dimanche, who curated the art showcase.

Watch highlights from De Mains de Maîtres in the video player above.

Read more: http://www.livingit.euronews.com/2018/12/03/innovation-and-craftsmanship-from-luxembourg


Back-to-front Renault features at France’s second-largest car show

Lifestyle feature

(Euronews) The world’s oldest petrol-powered car, celebrity motors and a back-to-front Renault prototype are just a few extraordinary exhibitions that went on show at the 40th edition of Lyon’s Epoqu’auto expo in 2018.

Tens of thousands of motor enthusiasts descended on France’s second-largest collectors’ car show earlier this month, where hundreds of vehicles including trucks, motorbikes, racing cars and vintage showpieces covering over 52,000 square metres were on display in the southern city.

At the end of the three-day event, 56 vehicles were auctioned off, including a Jaguar K2 and Mercedes that once belonged to celebrity couple and fashion label co-founders Yves St Laurent and Pierre Berge.

“We have three main show areas: Renault, celebrating their 120th anniversary; Panhard & Levassor, showing off 32 cars displaying the history of the carmaker, now defunct; and Lamborghini, with 24 cars this year,” Commissioner general of Epoqu’auto, Claude Passot, told Living It.

“There are some exceptional vehicles this year, notably the first-ever Renault – 120 years old – and on the Panhard stand you can see the first ever car with a petrol engine made on a production line in 1891. It’s really an exceptional example.”

Watch some of my best bits from the event in the video player above.

Read more: http://www.livingit.euronews.com/2018/11/22/cars-that-marked-the-beginning-of-the-automotive-industry