Category Archives: editing

Story Stuff is Story Stuff – Five Video Editing Tips from Writers

Read this article on Creative COW >> I like writing. I always have, and I’ve always been okay at it. It makes a lot of sense to me when editors also write — blogs, scripts, whatever — because the tasks … Continue reading

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Successes and Failures in Editing with a Wacom Pen Tablet

USE THE PEN. From the moment I stepped in the door at BCM, that’s all I heard from Walter. It was like a nerdier version of Obi Wan Kenobi. (Is that possible?) My work station is equipped with a Wacom … Continue reading

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Come See Me at the Southeast Creative Summit!

Self-promotion ahead! Which is funny, because it’s self-promotion about self-promoting. Maybe you’ve seen some posts about the Southeast Creative Summit. Maybe not. I’ll explain anyway. The Southeast Creative Summit is happening October 25-27 in Atlanta. It’s three days of workshops … Continue reading

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Frog Baby Film Festival

A film I edited and audio mixed in December and February was selected for the Frog Baby Film Festival at Ball State University. It was directed by Tyler Engle, and it’s a film noir about a doctor at the end … Continue reading

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Ingenue Premiere and other film updates

As I’ve previously mentioned, I’ve been working on the indie feature Ingénue for the last 6 months or so, here and there, as the visual effects editor and title sequence designer (and DVD menu author and end credits designer, for … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Time Management Tips

Read a guest post I wrote about time management tips for the new year on Screenlight’s blog.

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My Second Feature?

Yeah, I’m still working on the first. However, I thought it was worth mentioning that I have my second feature lined up. It’s a slasher comedy called The Ballad of Sadie Grace, directed by Joshua Hull. It’s currently in pre-production … Continue reading

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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: 3 Ways to Get More Editing Work Through Online Media

Read my guest post “3 Ways to Get More Editing Work Through Online Media” on Screenlight’s blog.

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