This is my final project from one of my matchmoving classes. I shot this footage at my friends’ apartment and then tracked the footage using PFTrack. I then imported the footage and tracking data into Maya where I added the geometry and nParticles falling down the stairs.
Not only the title of this video (which I’ve been meaning to post for the last 4 months), but “Wasteland” also describes my website for the last 9 months… To briefly catch you up, it’s been an awesome last 9 months that have kept me really busy. School is going really well and this video is one I did for my compositing class in the Spring 2013 semester. Back in March I also started an amazing new job as a Video Specialist at Sledgehammer Games. If you want to know more about what I’ve been up to, just ask and hopefully I’ll have time to post more on my website to fill you in.
A little about this video:
That’s my beautiful wife roaming through the wasteland. I shot her in front of a green screen and then assembled the whole scene myself in After Effects, Maya, and Blender.
This is a Rocksmith contest video I shot (Canon T2i), edited (Premiere Pro), and created the motion graphics for (After Effects).
Feedback from Ubisoft:
“I think this is absolutely fantastic, seriously great work. I didn’t think it would come out this clean!”
“You rock sir, thanks a ton!”
Video I made for my dad of him playing lead guitar on “Sunshine of Your Love” with the band Dweller in San Francisco at El Rio.
My wife and I were so honored to shoot this beautiful wedding for a wonderful couple. We had so much fun and I think the video didn’t turn out too bad either!
This short film focuses on two criminals at a point of no return and the seemingly limited choices they have.
Written and Directed by Dan Kendall and Ryan Devisser
Cinematography and Editing by Dan Kendall
Sound Recording by Chris Smithson
Starring Ryan Devisser and Tony Perdue
Filmed in Pacifica, California 2011
This is an experimental montage of footage I shot with my friend one night in San Francisco.
Camera: Canon Rebel T2i/550D
Lens: Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6