Portland Snowday

It snowed six inches last night here in Portland, Oregon. I'm currently subleasing a friend's apartment in a neighborhood in the Southeast. This morning I woke up, saw the freshly fallen snow glistening in the morning sun and thought to myself: "I wonder if this building has rooftop access?"

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Good Question

Got cosmic with this new brand film I directed for my pals at OMFGCO. How do you illustrate a design studio’s inquisitive approach to creativity? Turns out there were no answers, only good questions. The additional Lay Low footage was captured by the talented Andrew Rizer.

Seriously friend, give it a watch. It's worth the minute and a half:

On another note: after an amazing year and a half party at OMFGCO I am moving on to travel for a few months and pursue freelance filmmaking work. To keep track of my whereabouts and upcoming projects keep it parked here.

With love,
Travis

Retrospective: Broken Top Loop

I recently stumbled upon old photos of a 40 mile loop around Broken top I hiked with my friend Brianna and her dog, Bandit. It was the end of August and the heat of the central Oregon sun was blistering.

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Umpqua River ∞ 02.03.18

The Umpqua River in northern Oregon is over 100 miles long and known by many as a cradle to the sport of Steelhead fishing.

Below is a short cinematic test of my friend and his three year old daughter fly fishing on the basalt shelves of the river. Shot with a Mavic Pro. Music: HEIR I by Balmorhea