The Epson Home Cinema 2100 and Home Cinema 2150 are replacing two of Epson's most popular home entertainment projectors, the Home Cinema 2040 and HC2045. These are 3LCD projectors with 1080p resolution, 3D capabilities and excellent picture quality for under $1,000. I had the pleasure of playing with this projector during the write up of my full length review for ProjectorReviews.com - check it out on my Writing Page.
The Sony VPL-VW285ES is the lowest cost true 4K home theater projector currently on the market, priced at just below $5,000. When filming the projector in action, I was blown away by the clarity of the image. This video was shot and edited for ProjectorReviews.com, the leading authority on home theater, home entertainment, pico, business and education projectors.
The Epson Home Cinema 4000 is a 4K capable projector that takes a 1080p image and fires the pixels twice to create a sharp image - all for under $2,000. It is the lower cost version of the Epson Home Cinema 5040UB, the projector I use in my home theater and for editing video. This video was shot and edited for ProjectorReviews.com.
LGBT United is a social impact documentary I shot and edited with a team of psychologists from Cal State Northridge. The documentary went on to win several awards in film festivals across the nation, including Best Political Statement Movie Award at the 2016 Action on Film (AOF) International Film Festival in Monrovia, California, Best Documentary at the 2015 BACK IN THE BOX COMPETITION, the Silver Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2015 INTERNATIONAL INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS, and the Award of Recognition for Best LGBT Film at the 2015 INDIE FEST FILM AWARDS.
This video showcases my work as an art director of short films. I worked closely with the directors to realize their vision for their films, creating many of the props by hand. The music featured in this video is "Crystallize" by Lindsey Sterling.