Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Taiwan



Last week I made a trip to Taiwan with my friends, Ian and Curt at Wicked Delicate Films to help them with a new documentary.  Here are a couple slides I took while roaming the streets there.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

new holga flicks

I have been busy with the holga lately.  Above is a shot of Lake Erie taken while I was upstate shooting a new show for Animal Planet.  Below is a portrait I took of my friend Coby.  


Sunday, September 19, 2010

A Life In the Theatre - Promo


A frame grab from the RED camera



1st AC Tom Fitzgerald keeping everything in focus.

Last month I shot two TV promos for a new Broadway play by David Mamet, starring Patrick Steward and T.R. Night.
The spots were shot on the RED One with the new Mysterium-X image sensor.

watch the videos at my reel

Friday, July 16, 2010

Driftless Nominated for Emmy

 
Driftless is a 30 min documentary about life in Rural Iowa.  I shot the film for friend and colleague, Danny Wilcox-Frazier.  It was a true labor of love and is an honor to see it nominated for an Emmy this year. 

If you haven't yet seen the film, you can watch it free online at Mediastorm
http://www.mediastorm.com/publication/driftless-stories-from-iowa

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Doha





Last week I did some shooting in Doha, Qatar. A nation nestled between the Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia. Qatar is a fascinating country. It has one of the highest GDP in the world and is developing at an blazing rate. July and August are very hot and humid there which made for one of the most challenging shooting environments I have encountered yet. On our second day I was informed that it was 120˚F in the shade.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Monday, March 29, 2010

Verizon Wireless Shoot



video
Shooting with the RED Digital Cinema camera on set for Verizon Wireless.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Dangerous Drives - Speed TV


images © Taylor Gentry 2010

In January I wrapped a series for Speed Television titled, Dangerous Drives. Beginning in June of 2009, I shot 7 of the 13 episodes over the last 8 months. Each episode follows a day in the life of a trade or occupation who's daily activity involve gnarly driving. While shooting this series I found myself riding on the back of a BMW K1200 at 110 mph, chasing tornadoes in a Chevy Cobalt, and riding passenger in a modified Jeep Rubicon, deep into the Outback of Southeastern Utah.

The show is currently airing now on Speed TV, Wednesdays at 8pm Eastern Standard Time. Lookout for upcoming premiers of the follow episodes:

March 10th - Log Hauling
March 17th - Urban Rescue
March 24th - Extreme off road