Your story told here.
We’re a small shop offering highly customized construction time-lapse short films. We deliver great content because that’s what we do. The hallmark of any great production is thoughtful attention to details, large and small. As an experienced time-lapse producer I can assure you of my passion for this type of work and my obsession with getting it right.
Time-lapse films are great for community outreach and new business development needs. Using current technology and old school photographic techniques we deliver results regardless of the environment. Let’s tell the stories you want told with beautiful stories that inform, engage and entertain. Together we’ll accomplish a lot.
Crafted with passion, wonder and expertise, our time-lapse narrative films support and promote our clients communication goals using high level customized visual arts as the platform for success.
• Time Lapse Narratives
“Michael this is just fantastic. There are so many wonderful moments in this film, not only the time lapse, but the motion control shots, and it looked like some tilt shift moments too, just exquisite. Your photography of this construction on its own is great, but the expansion of your work into time lapse is just exciting to watch.
–Don Hahn Academy Award winning film producer of Beauty and the Beast, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Frankenweenie.
“Of course, Michael is a perfectionist willing to do what it takes to get a great shot. But what has always impressed me about Michael’s process is that his photographs don’t just represent what you look like, they help you express who you are. It’s that passion and commitment to the end result that makes him a pleasure to work with, and the reason he has been my go-to photographer for so many years.”
–Kevin Susman founder, Storm Cellar
Extraordinary work is waiting for you. Let’s discuss your next project. Call 818-422-0696. Or fill out the “Contact Us” form on the right.
Thanks for reading…
Michael e. Stern
The Visual Sage
“…improvisation within an aggregate of formal rules…”