The Hitch Hike Killer
Written, Filmed and Directed by Zach Sheram
Producing credit on this film:
I aided with the character blocking, direction of cinematography and had a small acting role in the first bar scene, as well as analyzed the script and worked with Zach during the pre-production process.
UGA Direction Course - Pulp Fiction Short Film
During the Fall of 2016, I was enrolled in a Play Direction course, which focused on working along with actors in order to create a unified production. We were tasked with directing a 15 minute film. I held auditions and casted my production. The goal for this project was to direct a fast-paced scene with dynamic shifts in mood and tempo that would allow my direction of the actors involved, and this segment of the film showcases extreme situations. Directing this scene was a great experiment that taught me many areas of the film-making process, including actor/actress direction and character blocking, on-set lighting both indoor and outdoor, storyboarding, script analysis, sound recording and design, cinematography direction, set decoration and effective preperation for long terms shoots.
For this assignment, I chose to direct a scene from a film I love: Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino. This film has a captivating plot that jumps from different points of view, and has extreme tempo shifts that create dynamic scenes throughout the film.
Working with 5 actors, 2 videographers, and 6 days of shooting at multiple locations proved a difficult task when dealing with schedule conflicts and availability, as well as shooting at the right time of day. We also had to deal with background distractions, such as cars and other sources of light.
2 of the main actors, Vincent Vega (Russell Scott) and Mia Wallace (Madi Hoover) had never seen Pulp Fiction prior to beginning this process, so I had to work with characterization and the portrayal of the roles in order to get the proper chemistry between all of the actors.
Filmed by: Chris Carson, David Andriate
Edited by: David Andriate, Chris Carson, Alex French
Lighting by: Alex French, Chris Carson
Actors/Actresses: Russell Scott, Madi Hoover, Austyn Doty, Nicole Bradley, Emily Forde
Snowboarding trip in Arapahoe Basin, Colorado. Filmed on GoPro, powder runs.
Song: People Under the Stairs - The Break Down
Pure Colors - Aisle 5 Recap/Woo!
Music and concerts have always been a passion in my life, and I am fortunate to have the opprotunity to work with Joey Tuholski aka Pure Colors.
I filmed and edited this piece for his new upcoming EP, as well as for a recap for Aisle 5.
Filmed with: Panasonic GH4
Edited in Adobe Premiere and After Effects
Dogs and Wakeboards - UGA Wakeboarding Team Edit
Edit and shots from 2 days of wakeboarding this Fall with members of the UGA Wakeboarding Team in Athens, GA Using a winch to tow the boarders down the Oconee River Song: Rainbows and Waterfalls - Pretty Lights Boarders: Jay McKibben, Austin Kessler, Blake Padgett
Interview - Cortona Study Abroad
The Office of the Vice President for Instruction at The University of Georgia created a profile piece about Cortona Study Abroad, and I had the chance to give an interview about this unforgettable experience. All of the footage from Italy was shot on my Nikon camera as I was exploring the incredible Italian cities and landscapes. The interview was conducted in the Lamar Dodd School of Art in our Cortona exhibition that also displayed my work from the program.
The memories students make on study abroad trips seem to be irreplaceable. From experiencing different cultures to discovering new friendships, each international program from UGA offers unlimited opportunities for excitement and growth. Alex French, senior in Animation and Film Studies, went on the Cortona Study Abroad program last summer, and he talked with us about his amazing experience.
Video Produced by David Andriate
Shot by David Andriate, Alex French, Joe Lavine, Chris Carson
Sound by David Andriate, Chris Carson
Edited by David Andriate
Stayin' Alive in Italy
SONG CREDIT: The Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive 1977 from Saturday Night Fever.
Parody loop music video created in Rome and Pisa on study abroad this summer in Italy. Dancing with an iPhone as a speaker through some of the most beautiful monuments created to 70's disco.
Dancer: Austyn Doty
I do not own this song or claim it is mine. Used for parody music video only.
Filmed on Nikon
Loops back to beginning!