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I recently spent a week in DC/Maryland to photograph and film a company retreat for a client. During the days we were there we recorded this video and presented it at the final session.
Created by Troop 142 for the Filmmaking merit badge. The boys helped conceive, pitch, write, and storyboard this. I helped with the filming and editing.
Christmas 2018. Enjoy!
Recently, on a summer drive from Phoenix to southern Utah, my brother suggested I stop to see the dino tracks near Tuba City AZ. I have driven this highway probably more than 100 times and never knew about this little gem. Suffice it to say that I was more than satisfied. As a photographer and science nerd, or at least someone who loves to learn about paleontology, I was in heaven. As you can see from the photos, there are hundreds of tracks in a very small area. Our guide Michael (a local Native American) gave me a little bit of archaeological information but they felt like guesses, mostly. As I’m no scientist, I had no information but what I could see: amazing specimens of Dino tracks of several shapes and sizes. Mostly three-toed with claws. You can imagine how the area was once wet and muddy. Unfortunately, looters have damaged or taken many of the fossils, so I hope someone figures out a way to protect this area soon.
In 2009, a friend invited me to France to help with a remodel of their newly purchased house to use as a rental/vacation location. It was purely amazing. For six days we toiled away to remove years of recent additions to the house and return it to its original form as best as we could. I was only there for part of the process which consisted mostly of chipping away plaster added to the original rock walls. Of course, my camera was always near my side (wrapped in plastic bags since the whole house was filled with dust for days). Here’s a selection of black and white from that event. It’s hard to tell how magical it was from the photos but I hope they convey some of the grit and history. The Beynac castle, dating from the 12th century, is literally across the road.
If you’re considering a trip to France anytime soon, I highly recommend it: La Maisonnette du Coteau.
Scott and Robin family Christmas movie 2015 installment, “Winter Quarters.”
This is a series of holiday movies our family does every year.
Two iPods. One playlist. A big city. – Written and produced by Todd Condie. Directed and edited by Scott Lunt. Filmed in Washington DC. Featuring local DC band Daddy Lion. Winner: Best Narrative Short – Our City Film Festival, 2011
I co-directed this short documentary with Lance Kramer of Meridian Hill Pictures. First created for Speakeasy Shorts – in Washington DC. This film was selected for DC Shorts 2013.
Another brilliant short film by Jason Headley – same director as the “At The Bar” series.