Inspired by the stunning Oak Pass residence designed by Noah Walker of Walker Workshop, this short attempts to capture the experience of walking through one of the premiere examples of modern architecture in Los Angeles. The roughly 8,000 square-foot main house is built into the hillside and surrounded by more than 100 mature oak trees. With its green roof and subterranean living quarters, the house is difficult to capture in still photographs, so I asked Noah to let me document it with moving images. Shot over a weekend in 2015, the short combines flowing Steadicam images of the residence with an interview of Noah and documentary footage of the construction. The short is currently in post-production and will be posted here upon its completion.