Andy is a post production guru, specializing in editing and color grading. He has always been kind of an outsider, a free thinker.
He is a Film Editor, Colorist, Photographer, Father, Husband, and Surfer.

Real Estate Color Grade

Did a grading project awhile back for a real estate client. The footage was shot as RAW DNG image sequences on a Canon 5D. My initial thought was, “Great! just import the sequences natively into DaVinci Resolve and do everything right there!” No matter what I tried, I still felt like something was off, I […]

Nica POV Surf Edit

Well, I finally got the GoPro out into some real surf. Spent a week down in Nicaragua and surfed various spots around the Popoyo area. All of this footage is from Popoyo reef. Another post will be coming soon with more trip details and some photos. Special thanks to Waves of Love for housing and feeding us […]

Hurricane Edouard Swell

Hurricane Edouard came up the East Coast far enough away from land that it sent a solid 3-4 foot swell with a 13-14 second period. Usually when a long period swell hits the coast of Florida it results in nothing but close-outs at most beaches. For two days I decided to venture over to the most […]

What Can Color Grading Do for You?

When you here the term “color correction” or “color grading”, what do you think of? Most people think of it as correcting a poorly colored shot from improper white balance (outside footage looking blue or inside footage looking yellow). But it’s much more than that. Color grading starts with correcting some of the imperfections of […]

A Surfer’s Love for His Board

The old saying goes “Only a surfer knows the feeling.” Well, in this scenario “Only a surfer understands.” There is a special connection, a bond, that a surfer feels with his board. That feeling of putting on that fresh coat of wax, holding it close and running your hands up and down the rails…. Anyways, I feel […]

What Do You Do With A+ Scrapped Footage?

Photographer Kevin Voegtlin was shooting and compiling footage for Nike 6.0. A while back Nike switched from the 6.0 campaign to Nike Surf, and three years worth of footage was scrapped. After going through some of it, Kevin decided there was just too much good stuff to just let it disappear, so Resurrected was born. […]