One of many shots from a roll of Cinestill 50D film shot with a Canon AE-1 and a 24mm lens. This is the Williamsburg bridge at sunset in October 2016. If you love this photo you can now purchase a print in a variety of sizes.
I’m finally back from New York and it was absolutely exhilerating. Covering the marathon was such a rush. From getting great access to the start line and pro runners, the Maasai Marathon group, getting a media motorcade to transport us to Central Park from Staten Island to cover the finish, it was more than someone covering the event could ask for.
Had a pleasant surprise in my inbox this morning: Shauna, a Maasai Marathon Organizer sent this after watching the short fundraiser video I did for my Dad:
“Just wanted to say that your video is so awesome. Edward and I just
watched it and it really is great. We are having the web master put it
in the main videos section.”
What started as a simple promo video has now exploded into a documentary! I’m heading south at the end of the month to cover the ING New York City Marathon where I will be following the Maasai Marathon Team from start to finish. Along with the race day shoot I will be interviewing the Maasai warriors and Edward Norton about what makes the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust such an important cause.