Featured Videos by Richard Fomo Productions

Richard shot and edited this micro-budget business profile for an Acupuncture practice in Watertown, MA.  This video features an acupuncture treatment focused on subduing signs of aging.

Richard shot principal videography on this Cambridge, MA, bioscience company for a series that airs on CNBC.  This version was edited by Richard for demo purposes only.

Richard filmed & edited the Mass. entry of the 50 States Project sponsored by HasHeart.us to benefit veterans through collaborating with artists on design and sale of T-shirts.  

This featured video is about vertical farming developed by Crop One Holdings in Millis, MA, USA, for the CNBC-UK series, “Sustainable Energy.”  Produced by Equal Productions Ltd.

Richard filmed & edited this early product demo of Pure Pro C smoothing gel developed by Silk Therapeutics and featuring a female model of an older demographic in her own home. 

This featured video is an example of Richard producing, directing, operating a jib cam & editing a FashionTV BTS music video.  It featured a photographer, a model and a vintage car.

Richard shot and edited this micro-budget business profile for an Acupuncture practice in Watertown, MA.  This video features an acupuncture treatment focused on subduing signs of aging.

Richard made this video entirely of footage shot with the Sony FX3.  All of the scenes are handheld; some stabilization was added in post.  The piece is a non-verbal narrative.

Richard filmed interviews, demos and a surgery at Saint Luke’s Hospital for this episode of “Innovations with Ed Begley Jr” featuring new technology by Whale Imaging, inc.

Richard was lead videographer for a team he assembled to record video content related to Johnson & Johnson events at Biotechology 2018 in Boston. Edited by Televisionary Prod.

This is a collection of clips shot by Richard of advanced techniques and technology in the medical sector:  a body of work that features high tech hospital settings and operations. 

Richard filmed & edited this never-released documentary short about the later work of ground-breaking contemporary sculptor, Lynda Benglis.  Filmed at her East Hampton, NY, studio.