So I’ll be at Petaluma Community Access TV tonight; they’ve asked me to give a talk about crowdfunding for filmmakers. I’m not claiming to be an expert on crowdfunding, but I am crackerjack at Googling things. That’s how I learned … Continue reading
At last, the long-awaited Blu-Rays and DVDs of NEW are coming together. I’m really pretty excited about that the package we’re assembling. In addition to the film itself, we’re throwing in a ton of bonus material: visual effects demos, production … Continue reading
Crazy for me, that is. But it will offer the public six chances to see NEW on the big screen. So get your tickets! Here’s how it all breaks down: . . . NOVEMBER 8: CRYONICS CONVENTION in LAUGHLIN, NV. … Continue reading
Over the recent Labor Day weekend, Sheila and I had the pleasure of attending Film Fest Twain Harte, up in California’s gold country. This was NEW’s U.S. premiere, and our first chance to see the film on the big screen … Continue reading
Hello everyone. I’ve been getting lots of inquiries as to the status of NEW. Mostly of the “is it done yet?” variety. The short answer: almost. Admittedly that’s been my short answer for a while. Completing this film seems to … Continue reading
NEW had its world premiere on May 4, 2014 at the Sci-Fi-London Film Festival. Though I wasn’t able to attend, one of NEW’s early supporters, Paul Fitzgerald, was there in the flesh. He sends back these pictures, along with word … Continue reading
We’re very pleased to announce that NEW will see its WORLD PREMIERE at the end of April. In London, no less, at the Sci-Fi London Film Festival! Does that mean the film is done? Well, not quite. But it’s home stretch … Continue reading
It’s barely three months since production wrapped on NEW, but I’ve been looking at photos of the cast & crew on location and it seems like another era to me. Or an alternate universe, maybe. The noise and hustle, the … Continue reading
NEW wrapped principal photography on July 30, 2013, after 6 days of shooting. Filming NEW was an amazing, grueling, wonderful, exhausting experience. I’ve never worked harder, never stressed harder and never had as much fun doing anything in my life. … Continue reading
My award winning sci-fi/comedy short. Apologies to the late Chris Marker. Continue reading
A feature-length screenplay. Apocalyptic sci-fi/horror. Well-reviewed at triggerstreet.com, except for the guy who said “this went way beyond my taste.” Continue reading
It was an honor to script this fundraiser video for the Sonoma County YWCA. Beautifully realized by Santa Rosa’s VideoBrite Productions.
I scripted, shot, directed and edited this one, for Woodland, California’s Culinary Farms. Produced by Armstrong Associates.
Scripted, edited and designed the motion graphics to showcase the work of Santa Rosa architecture firm QKA. Produced by Armstrong Associates.