Welcome to the blog of Mind Frame Cinema. It is the timeline and findings of things we do and the things we love. Here you can follow cinematographer Nelson Carayannis and get a "behind-the-scenes" look at some of the projects that Mind Frame Cinema is involved in. Enjoy!

Check Out the Behind the scenes of an independent music video we made with Kyle Gray for Future Islands. We love passion projects! 

you can find a link to the music video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbOOyRXJeAQ&list=UUg9cfBUH7nyxOXrc7juTUaw&index=3

Its almost here! check out the trailer

Matt Lloyd on ice

Filming ice climbing present a lot of challenges snow, logistical,camera malfunctions combine with freezing weather and falling ice are just a few of the problems we face. I called longtime friend and camera operator Jeff Hammerton to help me with this shoot. Jeff recently bought a RED One MX and was looking to test it out I figured what a perfect thing to do to somebody who knows nothing about climbing put them in a precarious situation and laugh at him wile I do so. Actually with the assistance of Dan Gambino a former guide and climbing photographer we had no problems getting Jeff into a nice safe location. The shots that we are able to come out with on  a two camera shoot was pretty cool. Matt’s climbing partner Chris Thompson was a proper soldier and helping belay for the shoot . below you can see a few still frames from the shoot as well as some BTS photos. Also keep your eye out in fall for the “Out Their Film” which will feature part of this segment.

Matt Lloyd switching tools in mid route shot form a line above at 11 mm T3

Shot on REDone MX at 185mm f5.6 Video still from (Jeff Hammerton)

Matt Lloyd climbing ice shot at 15mm t3

video portrait of Matt Lloyd 32mm T3 

My self filming with a RED Scarlet with a GL optics 11-16 T3 Lens

Jeff Hammerton with a red one MX filming high on a ledge with a Nikon 80-200 lens