Football star, Deion Sanders is the ultimate dad as he raises 10 kids at home and coaches a high school football team on this reality series for Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network. I ran a 3-camera crew and was challenged to keep up with one of the quickest moving men on and off the field.
Three families of outfitters constantly compete with each other for bragging rights in the mountains of Idaho. This show took our 3-camera crew to high altitudes, deep in the woods, and rushing down raging rivers.
This is a scene I covered single-camera for a WWE docu-reality series. This example demonstrates my ability to follow story while providing plenty of support footage to cover the scene.
This is an example of single-camera, one-man-band corporate video content. Produced, shot, and edited by Chris McDaniel.
The Hard Rock Hotel in Daytona Beach wanted a virtual tour that showed off their new property's iconic design and amenities. This video was created without audio, as it was used for many different applications, such as news media and online outlets. This video features a lot of gimbal and slider camera work.
Design Studio 15 is an international interior design firm specializing in high end designs. Owner, Shanna Gatanis wanted a video that captured the energy and creative flow that she has with her staff, mixed with stunning visuals that do justice to her epic interior designs. Produced, shot and edited by Chris McDaniel.
This video follows fitness celebrity, Shaun T as he runs a Spartan Race in Florida. This entire video was shot by Chris McDaniel, while running along side of Shaun T as he completed the course.
Ali Krieger, Ashlyn Harris, Breanna Stewart, Dawn Harper Nelson and Nneka Ogwumike come together for an honest conversation on the current state of women’s sports. I was apart of a multi-camera setup here, shooting on an ARRI Aleaxa camera system.
Factur is what's commonly known as a makerspace. Members can use a variety of professional tools and workshop spaces ranging from woodshops to 3D printing labs. The owner wanted to create a video that showcased the many different ways members could create at their facility, while showing makers coming together.
This is an older camera demo reel filled with television B-Roll and commercial work. Most of this footage was shot at the very beginning of the DSLR video revolution.
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