Archive for the ‘Videos’ Category

The Demo Reel

Here’s a compilation of the best areal and time-lapse moments I’ve captured in 2015-2016:

 

K Squared Communications – Koorosh's Reel from Koorosh Farchadi on Vimeo.

 

It’s been a great year.

NSF & the National Robotics Initiative

A few of the videos I have had the joy to produce as a contractor for the National Science Foundation.

-Robots are about to transform how we live. Decades of science and engineering research (and lab time) are behind it.


– Visit nsf.gov/robotmotivation to download the full set for FREE!

-The Sea Education Association (SEA), was the sole recipient of The National Science Board’s Public Service Award in 2016.

The Womens Center 2016 Conference Opener

Here’s the video I had the pleasure of producing for The Women’s Center in Vienna, VA.

The Womens Center 2016 Conference Opener from Koorosh Farchadi on Vimeo.

Looking for a great place to vacation?

Look no further.

Los Lagos 72 at Casa de Campos, La Romana, Dominican Republic from Koorosh Farchadi on Vimeo.

A Walk in the Park

You can never step into the same river twice.  Or the same creek for that matter.  Here’s a fun video I made from a flooded creek:

 

A Walk in the Park from Koorosh Farchadi on Vimeo.

Mono Lake Drought in California

Harvests of Hope

This video was shot at Mono Lake. Mono Lake is part of the ancient Mono Basin formed about 1 million years ago. It is one of the oldest lakes in North America and covers about 65 square miles. It has no outlet, which makes its chemical composition unique, providing important habitat for between 1-2 million migratory birds.

The video starts at a sign marking the water level in 1941 the year they seriously began diverting water to Los Angeles to support a growing urban population. A combination of drought and overuse depleted Mono Lake and endangered the thriving and rare ecosystem.

Between 1941 and 1990 the lake dropped 45 vertical feet and had lost half of its volume leaving 18,500 acres of exposed lakebed and increasing its salinity so that it’s now 2.5 times as salty as the ocean. There are now measures in place to protect the lake from having too much water diverted, but without enough rain to replenish what’s been lost, it’s unlikely that Mono Lake will ever return to its original level.

ArtelieRio Summer Swimwear Line

We had the opportunity to film a fun and sassy series of behind the scenes videos of a Photoshoot for the ArtelieRio summer swimwear line at Windeansea Beach in La Jolla San Diego, California.

Mono Lake Drought in California – Part 2

Harvests of Hope

This video was shot at Mono Lake. Mono Lake is part of the ancient Mono Basin formed about 1 million years ago. It is one of the oldest lakes in North America and covers about 65 square miles. It has no outlet, which makes its chemical composition unique, providing important habitat for between 1-2 million migratory birds.

The video starts at a sign marking the water level in 1941 the year they seriously began diverting water to Los Angeles to support a growing urban population. A combination of drought and overuse depleted Mono Lake and endangered the thriving and rare ecosystem.

Between 1941 and 1990 the lake dropped 45 vertical feet and had lost half of its volume leaving 18,500 acres of exposed lakebed and increasing its salinity so that it’s now 2.5 times as salty as the ocean. There are now measures in place to protect the lake from having too much water diverted, but without enough rain to replenish what’s been lost, it’s unlikely that Mono Lake will ever return to its original level.

Hopecam celebrates 10 years!

Looking for a special Christmas gift this year? Donate to Hopecam in a loved one’s name to brighten up a child’s entire year. Watch a video produced by Sasha Asjodi and I to learn more. To see all the videos we produced, visit Hopecam on Youtube.

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