Transitioning through a movie fluidly is what can turn a cheap idea into a sensation of artistry. Where a multi-million dollar epic can be crumbled by the misuse of the film language and bad interpretations in transitions. Once an audience is lost and disoriented, they lose interest in the story. When too much time is devoted to "what just happened?" and "wait, where are we?", the audience no longer cares about the plot or the action, the attention is lost.
Film work hinges on the ability to get an audiences attention and exploit that attention to sell a concept through action, sound and color. Cinematography, sound design and effects work all play into affecting the perceived senses in a film or still sequence project. I enjoy exploring techniques that successfully drive an audience to the conclusion and emotion that is intended by the film project.