Video I made For Brookfield Longevity. Dr. Whitcomb was very comfortable in front of the camera, and later learned it came from being head of ER for 15 years and every time a video crew came to the hospital they interviewed him.
He also had a solid theory on why I became diabetic at 20, which all the doctors, endocronologist, and dieticians didn’t even have a guess for. Appartently vitamin D as an infant is needed to properly develop autoimmune systems (type 1 diabetes comes from your immune system attacking and killing your pancreas) – being born in Wisconsin this also makes sense, not to mention I also have hayfever (allergies that led me to believe that there was a connection to that and becoming diabetic when I did, though my doctors at the time dismissed it).
Maybe that’s why I play a lot of outdoor volleyball (making up for lost time in the sun)! Crazy what you’ll learn when least expecting it.
I also have an exciting short documentary for Badger Region Volleyball I directed that is in post as well as some other beautiful stills and video coming soon for Buckley Fence featuring Icelandic horses. See previous post for a beautiful HDR still from this shoot.
In addition to a lot of other stills and video, here is an image I took on the 26th for Buckley Fence. It’s a 3 exposure HDR photo of an Icelandic gelding horse and steel board fence in Delafield, WI for Buckley Fence. Post in Photomatix Pro and Photoshop.