Two music videos down two to go.

Made it out to Detroit on Wednesday to direct a music video for Eamon Mcgrath. When I first started getting into photography and video in 2013. Me and a couple friends would go explore abandon buildings and shoot. And here I am 6 years later. Still exploring abandon buildings to create art. Felt good to be back. Here is a house that we discovered across the street from the Packard Plant. Eamon’s track is very powerful and I truly believe we created something people will relate to and love.

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Yesterday I shot a music video for Goodnight Sunrise. Sometimes when you’re trying to get things done in a DIY kind of way. You never know what curve ball can come your way. We had a location lined up inside a gym at a condo in down town Toronto. We didn’t get permission just had some light info on the place and a fob to get in so we went for it. 45 minutes in security told us to leave and at that moment we had no location and it was -9 outisde so outside wasn’t really an option. As we were packing up we had nothing but time to figure it out what we were going to go. We all got on our phones, started asking around and before you know it… we found a BETTER gym with NO ONE in it. Not finishing the video that day was ever really an option. I promise you hard work pays off and staying positive can help you figure anything out.

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New Start...

Music inspires me. When I hear a song and it has that magic, it makes me want to create. I love it.
People inspire me. People doing what they love and following their dreams and me being able to capture them in their moment… Thats the stuff dreams are made of. I’ve been lucky enough to live my dream for the last 4 years. Hopefully this website and my personal stories can inspire you to create and take a chance on exactly what you want to do.

For a long time I thought it was weird to have a blog and talk about yourself and be self absorbed. But many friends have suggested I start a blog to keep them updated and to show a personal side people might enjoy more than my drunk instagram stories. Plus I enjoy sharing my work so this is a place I’ll be telling personal stories and my experiences while I’m on tour and on set of music videos.

Ryan