Combining drone, cell, DSLR footage with large servings of state-of-the-art software, The Sheriff explores the possibilities of video.

The Sheriff finds video to be the most powerful medium today for creative expression.  This conclusion was reached after investing decades in photography, poster graphics, web development, and as a band leader creating and performing music.

BIG PROBLEM:  A completed video of only a handful of minutes requires the skills and judgement of professionals – writers, camera operators, editors, art directors, special effects geeks, composers, musicians, audio technicians, logistics specialists, actors, and more.  These professionals devote entire careers to their disciplines, while The Sheriff has only two hands.   It’s a damn good thing he doesn’t have to earn a living at this.

Here at the Already Here Ranch, we occasionally have flooding in the valley, due to heavy rain and/or snow.  We call it the Already Here Lake.

This time, it was the “and” type in which five inches of snow were melted in 24 hours by two-and-a-half inches of rain.

These pastures are normally available to livestock.

The Captain takes us on perhaps the most unusual and exciting flight you have ever experienced. Already Here Airlines hosts our flight, terminating with a raucous party at the Toxic Masculinity Lounge located just inside the terminal at Blues County International Airport.

Wherein three high school friends w/wives rendezvous in Southern California to hit the beach and consume mass quantities of wine.

Located on the ground level of the Blues County International Airport.

Where men are men and every night is ladies night.  …and don’t forget to check your pronouns at the door.

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Due to travel constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Sheriff misses the birthday party for his beloved Aunt Frances 90th.  In his stead, he sends this greeting.

Time lapse video of sunrise at Dead Horse Point State Park, UT.  The Colorado River seen in the video is 2,000 feet below the camera location.

Unique sunrise time lapse in Monument Valley.

Sunset time lapse literally from the balcony of our room at The View hotel in the Navajo Nation.  Love the eagle flying by at the beginning.

A fun weekend in the Denver area with our friends Rusty and Ellen Campos is commemorated with this epic video.