First Class Reels
I run a company that assists actors, musicians, filmmakers, performers, and more on professional help with their reel.
This music video contains no special effects or filters aside from the basic cropping of the video into 4 vertical sections, with each quadrant time shifted -2 frames from left to right. There is no color correction, overlays, or repositioning of the quadrants, just a lot of hard cuts. For a more detailed overview, watch the Making Of at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGYzX...
The fourth photograph displayed here made it to the second round of voting at the Paris International Fine Arts Photography Competition.
What Is Fuzzy?
A combination of movement and performance as these daring beauties fly on silk in an alleyway off Abbot-Kinney in Los Angeles.
Anderson & Roe
Here is a collection of some of my favorite shots I filmed for Anderson & Roe.
An intimate encounter with music in nature that explores the sensual side of sound.
A dark video about the psychic variations in desire and wonder.
A short detective drama scene.
A short scene with Kitana Turnbull.
Radical Adventure: Cemetery
Check out my latest photo collage, which I took at the cemetery!
Dolphin Dolphin's Head
Last year, I produced and directed my first independent feature. Here's where you'll find stories from set, and the latest updates on the editing and distribution process!
Photos and images I've created recently. I am much more of a narrative film director than a photographer or graphic designer, but I like to dabble. One of the most important lessons in the life of a creative is to STAY CREATIVE no matter what. It's so easy, when you're shaking with creative energy and giving yourself a pep talk to go out and make something to get overwhelmed and start thinking to yourself, "Maybe this weekend I'll relax, and get around to shooting my script in a week or two." Are you playing video games or watching two, three episodes of that HBO drama every night? If you can't motivate yourself to do what you know you want to do, don't worry! Anxiety that results from inaction is the greater enemy than inaction itself. Try making something small, and you might discover that you have more ideas stored inside of you than you realize!
Professional grade photo prints of a woman sitting in a row of infinite mirrors. Matte finish. Frame it and hang it in your living room, or put it in your creative space to gather ideas!
Try it out for a good quality art piece to add to your collection.
Size is 8X12 no border.