Monthly Archives: November 2012

Keeping Up with Editing News

I occasionally talk with younger editors about getting connected with the industry (most recently participating in another alumni panel at IUPUI) and one concern they always seem to have is how to start learning about all this stuff they need … Continue reading

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Films Take Forever – My First Feature (The Impersonators)

This is an on-going post-production diary I’m keeping while I cut my first feature film, The Impersonators, an indie comedy. I just realized it’s been two months since I last updated about The Impersonators. The reason is because there hasn’t … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Trial By Fire Client Relations

I wrote a guest post for Screenlight about my first freelance gig. Go read it on their blog.

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I’ve been doing a lot of shooting…

But not video. This past month and a half, I’ve been doing lots of fall still photography. I’ve done 6 or 7 portrait sessions, and I shot my very first wedding too. Funnily, I like shooting stills more than I … Continue reading

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The Track Matte Moment: now on iTunes!

I’ve written before about our new podcast, The Track Matte Moment, but it’s worth mentioning that it’s now on iTunes! Our latest episode is about Evan Pease, an editor in North Carolina. He confesses his silly After Effects mistake and … Continue reading

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Parenthood in Post Production Part THREE: An Editor Mom

Read this article on Creative COW >> For the conclusion to my epic trilogy on parenthood in production and post, I’ve been thinking a lot about tortoises. (You may have figured out by now that I enjoy animal metaphors.) You … Continue reading

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