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Cool Timelapse of Puget Sound from Seattle cliff above Shilsole. Click on image to play.
Seattle Timelapse
24 hours in 1 minute: Sunrise to sunset over Golden Gardens, the Olympics and Puget Sound.

I made a new short film in Quy Nhon central Vietnam and wrote some music to it. These fisherman are amazing battling in the surf in tiny round basket boats trying to get home. Amazing Vietnamese Fisherman c 2020 Michael Bade

Bai Tu Long Bay c 2020 Michael Bade

Located in the East of Halong Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay is an off-the-beaten-track destination that has less tourists, cleaner water and breathtaking views.

Video on the Community Outreach to the Homeless of Seattle Mennonite Church
Sample of work for Non-profit organization. Filmed for Mennonite World Conference funded by Mennonite Central Committee.

Multiple video samples in a custom made flash player.
Start International DemoSamples of International, Educational and dramatic work.

On-line Interactive Curriculum Video Samples

Open Wide and Trek Inside

Cine WinnerOpen Wide and Trek Inside was showcased by NIH in the United States Congress as an example of their work. As producer I worked with animator Tom Delongschanmp to create the concept and impiment all the video and interactive portions of this educational curriculum. Besides teaching very young children about oral health the objective of the module is to engage students in the nature of science through inquiry. As students ask and answer questions about their mouths, they model the process scientists use to find out more about the natural world.

The Brain: Understanding Neurobiology Through the Study of Addiction
The Brain Discover the fundamentals of neurobiology, and learn how drugs of abuse change the brain. Learn that drug addiction is a treatable, chronic brain disease. This was one of the most challenging curriculum I ever had to produce video for, because I was working with neuro scientists and needed to learn a whole lot about addiction and brain science.