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