Category Archives: D7000

Bonnaroo, recap

First off, I’ve gotta give credit to the staff at Bonnaroo. They are top notch. Can’t imagine the work that goes into a four day festival with 90 thousand people attending. And, given all that, we never encountered a grumpy … Continue reading

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Moving Portrait: McCaleb Burnett

McCaleb is a co-writer of How We Got Away With It. He also plays Henry in the film. The song is Breakin’ The Chains Of Love by Fritz and the Tantrums of off Pickin’ Up The Pieces.

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Beautiful Time Lapse

I mentioned that I had done my first time lapse last week.  It’s a very exciting form to work in and I’ve got a few ideas for my next one forming in my mind. I just stumbled across a time … Continue reading

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Moving Portrait: Jacob Knoll

Jacob Knoll plays Ronnie in How We Got Away With It. The song is Unknown Legend by Neill Young from his Unplugged Album.

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Thoughts from my Hurrication.

First off, I just can’t wrap my mind around the fact that our movie and all that hard work is in there: Irene came at a perfect time for me. It shut everything around me down for two days and … Continue reading

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The solo shooter.

One of the toughest things about producing an indie film, or in my case a Proof Of Concept trailer, is getting people to help you.  It’s really tough to get a crew together working for nothing besides some food or … Continue reading

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The Fun of Editing

It’s 2:20am.  I’ve been struggling with the start of the second episode of the Ron/Jeremy Show for about a week now.  And by struggling I mean I got frustrated and left it alone for a week. (We’re reshooting the first … Continue reading

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