New Chapters, our first short film, has entered production, but the writing aspect is far from over. Coming up with your story and its characters is always much harder than bringing them to life. You have to make your story compelling while still being entertaining, and you're never quite sure if your story has ended. … Continue reading Nothing Should Ever Be Set In Stone
Ever since I was young I’ve had a love for movies. Just the idea of telling a story where you can actually see the events playing out in front of you has fascinated me. Not only that, but the fact that you have the opportunity to make your audience feel every emotion imaginable is incredible. … Continue reading I Thought I Wanted To Be A Director, Now I’m Not So Sure
Recently a few people have asked me where I get my inspiration and especially, what are my favorite movies, TV shows, or directors to follow and watch. To give you a straight answer, I couldn’t really name a favorite TV show or movie. And I definitely couldn’t tell you my favorite director. The truth is, … Continue reading My Love For Visual Storytelling
I am sure that 2020 will go down in history. The trials that humanity is facing right now are some of the most important we have seen in a very long time -- problems like the Corona-Virus, the Black Lives Matter movement, Brexit, and the deadly wildfires we saw erupt in Australia, just to name … Continue reading A Filmmakers Responsibility
Recently, with my dad, I watched the film “Chinatown” (1974) directed by Roman Polanski. You'll notice it is this week's (June 1, 2020) movie of the week. I was utterly amazed by not only the storyline and shot composition but by how beautiful and disturbing the film was at the same time. Now, if you’ve … Continue reading “Forget It Jake, It’s Chinatown”
Going Off The Script...