BGP member Sean McCormick just finished up his latest project, “Finatic Technology Series”, for client Finatic Performance Angling.
Handcrafted work is what we do here at BGP and Sean our go-to man to getting things like technical 3D motion graphic edits completed. Sean, along with Justin Meyer, produced a series of technical commercial pieces full of motion and animation graphics along with a few clever camera tricks. Projects like this are not always easy, being able to meet with clients and understand what they are looking for and then delivering above and beyond takes time, effort and skill. Our clients at Finatic Tackle were thrilled with the final product series, which means, the fellas can now go fishing.
PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA New Media for Las Pampas Lodge
Our team headed to Las Pampas Lodge this past spring for our annual Argentina trip. Las Pampas Lodge is located in a charming old traditional town surrounded by towering peaks and small, remote waters with great hatches and willing fish. Tucked away in the heart of the Patagonia, this small town certainly has a big fishing problem.
Many thanks to the lodge team for their time and energy. We truly enjoyed filming this winter with the LPL crew and look forward to our annual return in 2018.
In the spring of March 2013 a small group set off on an angling adventure to remote inner regions of Patagonia, Argentina. While there our group was invited to help rope and brand calfs with the local gauchos, a rare and special offer. It was a great experience shared by all… one nobody will forget.
MOTION SLIDESHOW | ARGENTINA 2013 Las Pampas Lodge, Argentina
I’m a fan of slideshows, but I do get restless with them quickly. When I was asked to put together a photo slideshow I called Sean McCormick to spruce it up a little. Here are just a few of the many images from a recent trip to Argentina. It’s something a little different; perhaps you’ll like it.
A few of these small backcountry river systems have seen little anglers. The hikes can be quite long and somewhat grueling but all worth every step. One particular spring creek held 6 pound browns and was only 5 feet wide. Mouse patterns were very deadly in most of these types of areas. The fish were feisty and the eats were explosive. It was truly a fantastic trip, one I’ll never forget. I can’t wait to go back next year.
Motion Slideshow | Argentina 2013 Editor: Sean McCormick