Monthly Archives: October 2014

My Recent Work in Atlanta

If you were at TEDxPeachtree at the Buckhead Theater last week, you saw some video work I did. The one minute video vignettes set the mood for each series of speakers. The videos were mostly editorial exercises, mixing some key … Continue reading

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The Millennial Video Producer: 6 Things To Know About My Generation

This week, I’ve seen maybe a dozen articles about “Millennials”. What do they want? Why aren’t they buying houses? What brands do they like? Why don’t they vote? What’s their favorite color? They’re mostly all written by people from the … Continue reading

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My interview with Brain Farm Cinema

I interviewed Danny Holland and Chad Jackson of Brain Farm Cinema about what it’s like to shoot 6K and finish in 4K. They have lots of challenges, from media management to bottlenecks, and the added hurdle of doing a lot … Continue reading

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My Adobe MAX Coverage

I wrote about Adobe’s recent updates at Creative COW. Read it there. The integration of a new family of mobile apps and new Creative Profile were among Adobe’s Creative Cloud updates at the Adobe MAX conference today. The new connections … Continue reading

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Support for a Critically Injured VFX Artist

A break from regularly scheduled blogging and writing to bring attention to a fundraising campaign for a critically injured Los Angeles-based VFX artist, Michael Scott. According to the page, he was hit by a car that jumped the curb a … Continue reading

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