In the small northern Mexican border town of Rio Bravo, many Mexican families come out in late October to celebrate the day of the dead with their families and the deceased. Travis Bartoshek covers this unique holiday, which is often misunderstood by Mexico's northern neighbors. Audio in Spanish with subtitles in English.
Dodge Arena in Hidalgo, Texas hosts both an NBA D-league team and a hockey team in the same arena. This video uses time-lapse photography, still cameras, intervalometers, and remote mounted cameras to document the effort it takes to transform the stadium in less than 16 hours between games.
On the very first day, of this brand-new school's opening, we follow faculty, students, and staff as they begin educating these children in their new environment.
Do you remember what it was like to go to the fair as a child?
In this experimental piece, Travis Bartoshek explores the idea of using a still camera with a high-speed motor drive to create a video over an extended period of time. External audio records the same events to produce a dreamlike feel or something like a grown-up recalling a childhood memory. This was done before still cameras had the capability to natively record, which caused a unique set of technical challenges.