Forrest has been a professional video editor for four years and has worked with production companies such as Unreasonable Media, Exposure Labs, Final Hour Films, and MassFX. He has edited videos for Barclays, Intel, Pearson, Adventure Travel Trade Association, Adventure Austin, and Unreasonable Group. Forrest specializes in post-production editing, sound design, music composition, and color correction. He is available for contract. Go to the contact page or email him at email@example.com for work inquiries.
The Unstoppable Schools Project
Chasing Coral partnered with the Charleston County School District in South Carolina to launch the Unstoppable Schools Project. High school students formed small Research & Action Teams to tackle environmental issues in their own community. Produced by Exposure Labs. Edited by Forrest.
Unreasonable Impact: US 2016
Unreasonable Impact is an accelerator program for high growth entrepreneurs who are set to create 500+ new jobs by the year 2020. Forrest was the DIT and editor. He created this video onsite in less than 7 days during shooting—for the end of the week Investor’s event.
Project Literacy Lab - Investor Day Video
Project Literacy is a global campaign dedicated to building partnerships and driving action that brings the power of words to the world by 2030. Unreasonable Group in partnership with Pearson created an accelerator program to bring together 16 entrepreneurs for 2 weeks to work with mentors and specialists to find solutions to combat illiteracy. Video produced by Unreasonable Media. Edited by Forrest Lotterhos.
Accelerator Profile: Molly Arenberg
madelife is a launchpad for artists and entrepreneurs founded on mentorship, collaboration and continuous iteration. This is a mini documentary about Molly Arenberg, a filmmaker who went through madelife's Video Accelerator program. Video produced and edited by Chris Carboni and Forrest Lotterhos.
You Will Remember Chile
"You will remember those gifts from the earth," writes Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. The scenes that accompany his words are from the witnesses of the Adventure Travel World Summit 2015 set in Puerto Varas, Chile. Produced by: Mark Crawford & Murray Bartholomew Edited by: Forrest Lotterhos
Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve
Get to know the contrasting landscapes of the Patagonian forest from the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve through an experience that balances adventure with relaxation and physical activity with education and conservation. Produced by Mark Crawford & Murray Bartholomew. Edited by Forrest Lotterhos
How to Flip the World Around
Flip Around the World (or) Flip the World Around
Produced by Unreasonable Media, Edited by Forrest Lotterhos, Music by Patrick Lewis
Adventure Travel World Summit 2015 - Puerto Varas, Chile
Puerto Varas, Chile, was the center of the "adventure revolution" during the Adventure Travel World Summit. Inspiring speakers, — including the President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet — spoke to an engaged audience of adventure travel professionals representing tour operators and destinations. Produced by Mark Crawford & Murray Bartholomew. Edited by Forrest Lotterhos
Unreasonable East Africa - Promo Video
Promotional Video for Unreasonable Institute, East Africa. Produced by Unreasonable Media, Edited by Forrest Lotterhos
A Peek at Cuba, 2015
Shot and Produced by MassFX Media, Edited by Forrest Lotterhos
Phoria is an intimate view of five AFAB (assigned female at birth) trans* people with dysphoria, re: chest. It was shot entirely on black and white 16mm film and hand processed. Phoria started as a simple and straight forward idea about showcasing non-binary people and their bodies. It soon developed into a deep and intimate inquiry into identity, self, trans-ness, and the infinite and intricate complexities of transgender people and their experiences in life and existing within their bodies that they often times feel estranged to.
Since it’s release, Phoria, has been officially selected to screen at ten International Film Festivals: Pensacola LGBT, Pink Life QueerFest, Visionaria, OutReels Cincinnati, Strange Beauty Film Festival, Ozark Shorts, Vilnius LGBT, The WE Film Festival, VISIONS, and the Toronto Queer Film Festival. It won the Grillo & Goldfarb Award at CU in 2015 and it won Best Short Film at VISIONS in 2016.
geode is a 16mm experimental film that’s technique, form, and content symbiotically studies the act of destruction as a form of release and subsequent healing. The film becomes ritual, utilizing external action to create an internal transformation. The images themselves reveal destruction and letting go as the techniques of bleaching, scratching, and destroying the film’s emulsion reveal this process through the experimentation in form. geode’s intent is to invoke the emotions of trauma that lead to destruction and transmute them into an experience of hope and healing.
When thrown into an unexpected, life-threatening situation, I was confronted with a choice. That choice was to stay alone in a hotel, or to go out onto an island in the middle of Lake Titicaca with a shaman who told me he could help me. Later, I learned that I had a deadly infectious parasite under the skin on the left side of my head. I had to trust the shaman and let go of fear. Through the experience of the shamanic healing ritual, I was forced to confront the parts of myself I had denied the light of day. It was the lingering knowledge that I was hiding who I was to become. Transfiguration is a personal, poetic documentary about the intersection of a shamanic healing of a parasitic infection and coming to terms with a transgender identity.
speaking moth eaten from one of two voids
“Our existence is but a brief crack of light between two eternities of darkness.” -Nabokov Liminality is the disorientation a person gets when they are between two existing conditions, between a state of destruction and recreation. this film is an exploration of identity and the body as they linger on the edge of abstraction.