Got the call from Curt Morgan a couple of weeks ago asking if I’d like to do some editing for his new film “The Art of Flight.” I had perviously wrestled with the footage from their first trip to Canada for a few months last summer while creating a pilot episode for the television show titled “Moving Mountains.” Subsequently, I was given the responsibility of editing the television show into a segment for the film. After a few weeks of working on it from San Diego I headed up to Brain Farm’s headquarters in Jackson Hole, Wyoming where Curt and I were able to tag team it for a few days. While there, I got to check out some rough cuts from the film. Let’s just say, the rough cuts were groundbreaking and I can’t wait to see the final cuts!
Travis Rice and I checking out the Revelstoke, BC segment from Curt’s home editing system.
Lately, I’ve been spending my days down at Brain Farm working on a few new and exciting projects. Here’s the first clip that’s been released from Quiksilver’s latest campaign. The super slow motion shots are made possible by the Phantom HD , editing by Tate MacDowell, original score by Andy Sorge, and the surfing is from best surfers in the world.