Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Friday, May 2, 2014
Betabox: Mobile Learning-by-Doing from Betaversity on Vimeo.
Betabox is a customizable prototyping and ideation pod that can be delivered anywhere in the country. Perfect for educators, conferences, and events, these spaces cultivate and enable creativity, problem solving, and learning by doing.
In addition to all the work with Betaversity, I've been working on a number of my own projects - unfortunately, some of them can't be announced yet, but one of them will be making it's way online this summer, and another one will be going live at the end of the year. I'm very excited about them, and can't wait to share them with you. Be sure to follow me on twitter at @nicholas_sailer to hear the latest updates and news about my projects!
Monday, March 31, 2014
Below is a video that I shot and produced for Tapestry, an app for creating and sharing stories. Check out the app here.
Tapestry: Make Something Beautiful from Nicholas Sailer on Vimeo.
Everyone has a story. Share yours with Tapestry.
Cinematography by Nicholas Sailer. Post-production by Sprinkle Labs.
In addition to creating some commercial and promotional pieces in NYC, I'm also headed to Raleigh, NC to shoot a promotional video with Betaversity and help launch their latest product, a mobile prototyping lab called a 'Betabox' at Raleigh's first ever Triangle Maker Startup Weekend.
This event is an innovation and entrepreneurship focused weekend for makers, engineers, and designers of all kinds. Stay tuned for pictures and video of the event!
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
This week I'll be headed to San Francisco with Betaversity, the prototyping makerspace startup that I worked with last fall to produce a short promotional piece. I've been working with Betaversity on various design projects since the launch of the UC Davis Betaspace, and they are an amazing team with big things ahead. In San Francisco, we'll be interviewing various hardware entrepreneurs at Techshop and Jawbone to create a documentary about hardware innovation and entrepreneurship. Stay tuned for pictures, video, and more exciting things ahead.
In addition to working with Betaversity, I've also done some promotional video work for a really great design thinking startup called The Design Gym. The Design Gym teaches and facilitates design thinking and innovation workshops for clients looking to innovate in their industry, and students looking to learn and explore design further. Stay tuned for a video of The Design Gym soon!
In addition to these video projects, I've been working on a number of other side projects, including a lot of writing (both short stories, treatments, and screenplay).
Stay tuned for more updates as these projects progress! In the meantime, check out my recently updated WEBSITE and portfolio.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Crime/Drama - 138 minutes
David O. Russell
The two lead characters (Christian Bale’s Irving Rosenfield and Amy Adams’ Sydney Prosser) were ruthless, cunning, dynamic con artists throughout the entire film, until the ending when, after they pull off their biggest con, they decide to become art gallery curators and live a quiet, subdued life. I found this ending to be a forced, contrived arrangement so that the film could be wrapped and packaged with a bow on top.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
I'm thrilled to finally be able to share some of the scenes from the film. Stay tuned in the next couple of days for another scene.
Exclusive Scene from IPSEITY introduced by Charles Allen from Nicholas Sailer on Vimeo.
Actor Charles Allen introduces a sneak preview of the opening scene of the independent feature film IPSEITY.
IPSEITY is the story of a government security agent who loses parts of his memory in a traumatic accident, must rebuild his identity and reconnect with his family while hunting down a criminal infiltrating the agency.
Directed by Nicholas Sailer, Cinematography by Paul Frateschi, Executive Produced by Matt Harris and Lisa Laurene.
From Silo 12 Productions and Absolute
Starring Charles Allen, Katherine Drew, Abigail Cornell, Greg Wait, Kimberly Paker, and Doug Nydick.