I requisitioned Ed after seeing his skill behind the camera for a somewhat impromptu photo and video shoot at the boardwalk of Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY. He'd done some work for me before (album covers, photo shoots, advisements on video projects, etc) so I thought I knew what to expect, but Ed is an ever evolving and constantly changing professional. He experiments with different styles all the time and always comes to the shoot/project with more than just a few new ideas.
Though Ed is an expert in his own right, he doesn't try to silence the creative processes of the subject. He's a creative type himself, so I expect that he understands the plight of the creative that goes unheard. Granted, I'm not a creative type, so I had almost nothing to bring to the table. In a situation like that, Ed takes over and makes you feel comfortable.
I would recommend Ed's videography, photography and consultation skills to anyone that needs a project done, be it a wedding, a music video, a photo shoot or any other project that would require creativity, common sense, problem solving and passion. That's one thing Ed brings to every work site: passion. You won't be disappointed, that I can assure you.