Testing Twitter



As I’m currently struggling with some massive fiasco on Facebook, I’m debating just deleting the whole thing and sticking with Twitter and Instagram. Until then, here’s a throwback from an earlier post from Twitter this last summer. Remember summer? I remember…

Still Catching Up



I am *so* far behind in my updates, but I guess that’s what happens when your house burns down. Good news is I’m back to where I need to be, so now I’m chained to my desk and frantically climbing to the top on my to-do list with the same energy I use to ignore all the clean laundry sitting on my easy chair waiting to be folded.

I’ve already gone ahead and updated my crew resume with the last *five* videos I didn’t have on there yet, so if you want to skip ahead of the line and check them out, go for it. Otherwise expect a few updates over the course of the next few weeks.

In the meantime, here’s one of the latest videos I worked on.

Big Update Incoming!

Due to a series of weird and unfortunate circumstances beyond my control, I haven’t been able to update this blog or my website in a while. Mostly by “weird” I mean I’ve been super busy, and by “unfortunate” I mean there’s no way I’m typing up this much content on a smart phone. You ever see how small the keyboards are on those things?

If you’re subscribed to my mailing list (if you’re not, come on now), then you’ve already gotten a hint at what’s coming up next. So sit tight while I try to play catch-up. I got so much to talk about I’m a little overwhelmed, not even sure where to start. But hey, gonna do it anyways… See ya here.

Another Crew Credit Page Update!

A few months ago I had the pleasure of working with Digital Thunderdome as they produced Nine Shrines’ latest video “Nimrod.”

What you’re seeing is my discipline as a production designer/scenic artist as I decorated an abandoned mill to look like the lived-in workshop of a tortured artist. Not only did I fabricate those mannequins, but I also painted all of the acrylic art scattered throughout the scene.

So check out the video below, and if you’re into the “behind the scenes” sort of stuff, I’ve got a link to my portfolio that shows the steps I took in decorating the set, and the terrible things I did to the actor.