I'm Thomas Woodson, a Boulder, Colorado based commercial filmmaker and photographer passionate about human powered adventures. 
I found my way west in 2012 with a Studio Art degree from The University of South Carolina and a curiosity for grand skylines. The Boulder community shaped me a good bit, from co-founding a design studio to picking up a camera and figuring out how to tell tales of our two wheeled adventures. I'm quite thankful to a lot of folks that set me on this course — and most thankful my work has overlapped with my love of the mountains and excitement for new experiences.
As a creative, I'm intentionally independent, but rarely working alone. 
As an independent cinematographer, I dig keeping things simple. Working directly with brands — and friends — we can handle all aspects of production, from creative direction and writing, to production and editing. I also work for agencies and production companies as a cinematographer or photographer, bringing my action sports mindset and experience into the process of getting things done efficiently. I like to say that it's nice to have minimal overhead and the flexibility to do this job a dozen different ways. I prefer to run things lean, move fast and get to the core of it all.
Sensors // RED V-Raptor 8K VV & RED Komodo 6K S35 with Kippertie Revolva NDs
Lenses // Sigma T2  18-35mm & 50-100mm Cinema Zooms // Canon FD CineMod Primes – 20mm f/2.8, 35mm f/2, 50mm f/1.2, 85mm f/1.4, 35-105mm f/3.5-5.6
Drone // Mavic 3 Cine – 5K 10bit ProRes
Additionally available through close friends and collaborators are cable camera and car rig systems, Inspire 2 drones, vintage Zeiss and LOMO lens sets, G&E equipment and more. We can source just about anything you'll need without heading to a rental house.

FAA Part 107 Certified and operate a Mavic 3 Cine personally, or Inspire 2 with Joey Schusler.
I'm proficient in backcountry and expedition based filming, with an AIARE Pro 1 avalanche certification and a NOLS Wilderness First Responder that I re-certified a few times before finally letting lapse. Decent streak of safety I guess.
I'm pretty comfortable working in high angle environments, on snow and ice, down hectic rivers, but equally excited to work in actually comfortable environments. 
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