Stomacher by Sean Stiegemeier
Hailing from picturesque Park City Utah, Sean devoted his life to ski racing until he discovered his passion of using a camera. He completed undergraduate at Chapman University and then earned his masters degree from American Film Institute both in the discipline of cinematography.
His thesis film ‘The Butcher’s Daughter’ earned him the 2007 ASC Heritage award for his excellence behind the lens. Various cinematography publications have published articles about his work, such as American Cinematographer and ICG Magazine. Sean has shot as well as directed numerous music videos and commercials. In 2010 he developed and evolved his technique of time-lapse cinematography by chasing after the notorious Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland. He shot a small personal project that became a popular viral video with over a million views in a week.
Sean shot this film over the past year while he was traveling; “I had never really done any time-lapse before this, so it was fun to learn.”
The numerous locations throughout the film include: Prague, Japan, Banff, Utah, Oregon, California