Lifestyle

My view of the ways in which a person or group live.

snowboarder dropping into a rocky chute
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I’ve been working with Snowledge.co as the lead digital content creator. This is a relatively open position for creating media for advertising and social media. This ranges from disappearing stories on social media as a throw away up to full video projects that have taken weeks to months to complete.
 
Being involved with a project in the startup phases I have also helped across the board with design on marketing and UI, with a social media base the app needs constant updates and a large amount of shots have flown through the app and out into other channels to promote the project.

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keep squaw true clothing

Working with the local non-profit to showcase their fight to keep the development of my local community to a sustainable level I have been working on video and photography projects to showcase the movement that Sierra Watch has been fighting for.

As above I have worked on event videos with the local community.

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quake city rumblers moped ride

The Quake City Rumblers emerged as a response to the major earthquakes in Christchurch, with road works taking years to fix the city streets a group of friends decided to start riding small bikes as opposed to driving, the community grew and more crew started building bikes and coming along for rides. I was hanging around with a few of the crew shooting photos of new builds and rides, we shot some videos and a tattoo artist had scribbled something quick which I turned into a logo and then a screen print for the vests.

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vintage bikes beside a wall

As a local tourism operator the Vintage Peddler were looking to be a little different, bringing back a number of old bikes and letting tourists blend into the local scenery and slide on by like a local. Bikes have always been one of my favorite ways of to explore a new city so when the opportunity came along to design and shoot for the project it was a really cool one to work on.

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