I produced this video about Alfonso Jimenez and Fernando Gomez, two Mexican nationals who ride BMW motorcycles with their kiteboards and dog Chano. They travel the coast of Baja and California, camping and searching for places to kiteboard. I met them while in Oregon and felt their story was so interesting I wanted to produce a video to go along with my story in the magazine. I shot this video with minimal equipment – just what I could carry on my bike during a three week road trip. A simple video but I think it tells there story very well.
I shot this tire change video with my friend Bill Dragoo a few years ago while we were on a trip to Oregon. We stopped at our friend Ricky Brook’s house in Logan, UT and Bill decided to change his rear tire. I had basic video equipment with me including a camera, audio recorder and tripod. We shot this in a few minutes out in Ricky’s driveway. I came back home to Edmond and put the video together in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Affects and posted to YouTube. It has ended up one of the most watched videos I have ever produced, now totaling well over 230,000 views – for a tire changing how-to video! With limited production equipment! Just goes to show you don’t need a truck load of equipment to produce a popular video segment.
This is the last installment of a 5 part video series I produced for Tombo Racing. In this video, Tommy Bolton shows how he adjusts or “degrees” the camshafts to match the proper timing of the engine. Once again I shot this with a multi-camera setup, external audio recording and external studio lighting. The video was produced in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Affects.
In this fourth video I produced for Tombo Racing, Tommy Bolton shows how to install the head on a 2008 Suzuki Hayabusa motor. He goes into great detail on preparing the head and actually bolting it to the bottom end. I used multiple cameras for this shoot, along with external audio and lighting. Everything was then produced in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Affects.
I produced this 5 part video series for Tombo Racing. In the video series Tommy Bolton shows how to rebuild a high performance Hayabusa motorcycle engine. I used multiple cameras, external audio, and external lighting to shoot the video. Editing was performed in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects. This first video in the series Tommy shows how to tear down the Hayabusa motor for rebuild.