THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM

Cinematographer | Wildlife Timelapse Photographer

"The Biggest Little Farm" is a 90-minute documentary following the development of a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. I was a cinematographer on the project for four of the eight years in the making. The film received rave reviews after screenings at Telluride, Toronto and Sundance to then be distributed worldwide by Neon. The film is in theaters now. 

Prior to the feature film, we made short films for the Oprah Winfrey Network show "Super Soul Sunday." I received a Daytime Emmy Award for cinematography on the short film "Worry for Maggie." I also created the four short films below from the ground up titled "Super Soul Sessions." This was a category that was a more meditative approach. I conceptualized, shot and edited these projects. I also recorded all of the foley, sometimes used my own voice for sfx :) 

 

Arri Amira, Sony F55, Canon C300, DJI Inspire, Canon 5D Mii, Ursa Mini Pro, Canon Cine-servo glass and L Series. 

© K-Rom Pictures