The US Open

At the US Open I am contracted to shoot match action in Arthur Ashe. The staff for video is enormous compared to other tennis tournaments. It is after all the largest annual sporting event in the world. Over the two weeks they draw 3/4 of a million spectators. The USTA has a crew logging and tagging video as it is ingested to the servers. Their talented editors may pull from an number of sources for their daily recaps and sizzle showdowns. It is an impressive feat to pull off. That’s SO much data coming into their system, being organized and being created into content on an hourly basis. The USTA cranks out product like no one else. Below are two sample videos where my match action footage was used heavily. Kudos to my boss Matt Guerra. He always delivers an energetic v/o for the Westin sponsored sixty second recaps. 🙂

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