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“Gotham City SF”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Toby Harriman (2015)

“Gotham City SF” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film in San Francisco Directed By Toby Harriman.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Toby Harriman

Original Musical By: James Everingham (“Gotham City SF”)

Branding: David Hultin (david-hultin.com)

Gotham City SF Time-lapse Short Film directed by Toby Harriman 2015

“This idea came from the ether; it emerged over time. Several years ago (2012) while exploring my passion for black and white photography I found myself wandering into a look I call ‘Gotham’.

I have a passion for time-lapse as well, so it wasn’t long before the two processes started to merge in my mind, and the concept for Gotham City SF was born! Over the intervening years I have collected and edited this footage while juggling my freelance career and time working at Lytro (a new camera technology).

This film means a lot to me. It is one of the biggest personal projects I’ve ever worked on.

I searched for music for months. Finally deciding to work with James Everingham: a talented 14 year old from the UK. (Now 16) He ended up composing a full custom composition and it came out perfect!”

“A Typical San Francisco Morning”: A Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Toby Harriman (2014)

“A Typical San Francisco Morning” is a Cinematic Aerial Time-Lapse Short Film Directed By Toby Harriman.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Toby Harriman

Music Composed by:  James Everingham (“Illuminate”)

A Typical San Francisco Morning Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film directed by Toby Harriman 2014

“‘A Typical San Francisco Morning’, is a short aerial project shot by Toby Harriman during two morning flights during the beginning months of October. Everything was shot hand held out of Robinson R22 Helicopter on a Canon 6D with a Kenyon KS-4×4 Gyro. Special thanks to Marc with Vertical CFI, the amazing pilot, who made all these shots possible and kept us safe! ”

Website:  http://tobyharriman.com/