It was one year ago that I shared our first ‘State of the Studio’, outlining the growth and progress we had made in a brief 12 months. It was a moment I felt full of pride for what we had accomplished in video production, animation and music – and yet
Any Road Will Take You There When I started this blog post, I planned to tell the stories of two inspiring young people each on a very different path to find their passion in life and a career in film they love. Of course, like any classic tale of
Short films are a great, low-cost way to start making movies and show off your talents. It’s a tried and true art form that many hopeful producers use as a launchpad to bigger budgets and box-office hits. But over the years I’ve noticed several pitfalls that can ruin a short
Its not easy being a YouTuber today. Youtube has grown into a competitive landscape where you are in an all-out war for attention. You are competing with fellow YouTubers, newcomers, Big money-backed stars like Jimmy Fallon, and random content that just goes viral. It’s hard to stand out. So it
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.
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