Monday, September 21, 2009

Website!

I've had my website since April or so, but now I've finally got something presentable to show off to the world. It's got my filmography, some clips, and a few pictures from some of my movies. It's still under construction, but feel free to check out what's up there right now, though there might be a few bugs and things I need to iron out.

So if you're interested, check it out here!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Ballard High School Blog Update

The Ballard High School Video Production Program's blog has just posted an update segment called "Where Are They Now" that gives readers the latest news on where its alumni are and what they're up to.

If you want to learn more about me (as my website is still under construction), check it out here!

I'm always really interested to see what my old classmates are up these days. I had no idea they were doing so much!

Saturday, September 5, 2009

"Kiss Me, I'm English" & Other Updates


It's been a while since I've updated this, so I'll just let you know what's been going on lately:

Tisch is about to reopen for the fall semester, which means I'll finally be able to finish work on my latest student short film: Kiss Me, I'm English, which was shot last spring for my Color Sync Workshop. The edit is picture locked and most of the sound is already done and awaiting the final mix. All that really needs to be completed is the color correction, credits, and the music for the soundtrack. I've composed some tracks myself, but I hope to utilize more from other composers I know.

I only had a few weeks to prep, assemble the cast and crew, scout locations, and rehearse, which was not a whole lot of time. But given the circumstances, I think it turned out very well, with some fantastic performances from my cast and crew. Next time, guys, I promise to devote a whole lot more time to pre-production planning!

And in the meantime, you can check out some of my videos now on YouTube, including The Buzz, Bittersweet, and a preview of Time Keeps on Skippin'!
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