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 taught by working professionals in the video production industry — sound design, color grading, motion… Continue reading Come See Me at the Southeast Creative Summit!
Read this post on Creative COW >> This blog post is going to skate really close to rant territory. I’d apologize for that, but I’m actually not sorry. You’ve been warned. (I did, however, take out all the swearing that would normally accompany this if we talked in person. That’s a premium service. Contact me… Continue reading The Best Excuses from New or Underemployed Filmmakers and Freelancers
I wrote a review on The Hobbit. You can read it on Creative COW. >>
This June, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend Editfest NY. It was my first time visiting New York City (spoiler alert: holy freaking crap it’s everything I ever wanted), and I even won a free ticket from the generous Manhattan Edit Workshop through #postchat. It was a fantastic weekend filled with NAB-reunions… Continue reading Films That Inspire: EditfestNY 2012 Ponderings
Last weekend, I had a chance to work on another of Kate Chaplin’s films, this time “Home Security.” This short, directed by Kate, will also be a part of The Collective horror series. It’ll be an honor to have a film on this collection alongside Kate! Anyway, I served as script supervisor for the one… Continue reading “Home Security” shoot
I haven’t had a lot of posting time in the last few weeks. I had another shooting trip to Dallas/Fort Worth area, and then a conference in Las Vegas for a week. In the mean time, I’ve been co-editing a local short film with Katie Toomey called Love Dance, directed by Kate Chaplin. It’s about… Continue reading Love Dance