I hate going to places for the sole purpose of social interaction with new people. What’s enjoyable about seeking out new people? I’d rather just let things happen while I’m in the middle of doing something I’m passionate about……or mid-bite in blueberry cheesecake
I wish the work I needed to do would just finish itself so I could make the videos I want.
I want to make spaces out of shipping containers and greenhouses out of reclaimed windows and doors.
I want to travel the world and hang with musicians and artists and eat all the most delicious food and never get fat.
I want to run around an empty field at dusk in the summer and shoot off fireworks with my friends.
I want a puppy.
-expository intro to define the weight of the following sentences.
-the part in which i complain about what’s eating away at me at the moment.
-the part in which i compare with the more fortunate and fantasize about an alternate timeline where i’m the disney hero and the most heartbreaking milestone is a little boo boo and the obviously temporary feeling of loss.
-the part in which i pretend to come to some sort of comprehension and pretend that the single member of the my imaginary audience has been somehow persuaded by my wit and debonaire
-the part in which i go back and delete everything because i thought not enough people would like it.
Video I produced for my church/Bridge of Hope. Animation was mostly done in AE. Video footage by Lloyd and Gospel for Asia. Voice over by Mary!
"The Things I’d Tell You" (Director’s Cut) based on a poem by Chandler James
Director - Pen
Editor - Michael Boyce
DPs - Michael Boyce and Pen
3rd Place at Brookdale’s Short Film Festival Spring 2012
been a long time since I posted anything here (as usual). Here’s the trailer for my short film I directed for Brookdale’s short film festival. I don’t remember why I didn’t wana upload this anywhere other than facebook now haha
Asked by Anonymous
depends on who’s asking i guess
Asked by Anonymous
um..that’s kinda creepy considering you’re all anonymous and stuff..you haven’t even got a picture!
my entry for Brookdale’s 48 hours film festival summer 2011
won 2nd place and best cinematography
some people don’t understand how this worked out. i was given 48 hours to make a 5-8 minute film from start to finish. i had to include 2 of 3 props (a doll, a journal, and a tennis racket), a line of dialogue-“whatever you do, don’t eat that”, and it had to be either comedy, mystery, or scifi or a combination of those genres. so..yeahh