Brandon Clarke and Jeremiah Berkheimer have joined the talented folks at Amazing Studios. Clarke and Berkheimer came sort of as a “package deal” from Three Post, an award-winning production studio in Raleigh. Not only do they bring many years of agency and post-production experience to Amazing Studios, but they also
As an artist, it is tempting to tell all the stories that I am tasked to tell with the words that I think are best. However, the truth is that most of the time what I have to say isn’t as interesting as what somebody else has to say.
We live in a STEM culture. It seems that every children show, every curriculum package, and every learning initiative is focused on Science, Technology, and Math. Now, don’t misunderstand me, I think STEM is very important. If we can’t master these areas we will fall behind in the global market.
Being “The Leader” of a company (aka The Boss) is simple… Just delegate everything and then sit back and watch it all come together. And those things you just don’t want to mess with; get someone else to do it. For example… Let me get someone to write this blog
Every Moment Counts – Director’s Cut from Cinescapes Collective on Vimeo. Art inspires art. As an artist, I am deeply moved and inspired by other artists work. This is a film directed by Preston Kanak, that I believe is excellent and worth aspiring too. Let me know in the comments
I have a confession to make. One that, while not embarrassing for me, often garners funny looks from people when I talk about it. The “Serious, dude? This is all you’ve talked about for an hour…” kind of looks. I LOVE coffee. There. I said it. And i’m not talking
Today has been one of those days. I’m sitting here with far too many scripts to be written, and no inspiration. I have a host of deadlines, and yet, I can’t seem to get out the first words. So instead, I’m writing a blog to clear my mind, seems like
It seems like most of the projects I get to work on are pieces with a quick turn around. The film industry as a whole has become so accessible that clients often expect high quality productions in a fraction of the time it used to take. Sometimes, it can feel
I have discovered a new phenomenon with the advent of Digital Photography. As I’m shooting my portrait shots people will walk over and want to see a particular picture of themselves or a loved one. When they look at my shots they tend to ask, “I have the exact