9 08 2009

My summer of speed filmmaking continues!

I just returned from a brief stint teaching filmmaking at a sleep-away summer camp ( down in the Santa Cruz mountains. As one of the instructors with the film department, I had the exciting and exhausting opportunity to help campers ranging from grades 2 through 12 make their very own short films in less than a week. Oh, and I had the pleasure of doing this 5 weeks in a row…

One of my favorite things to do with the kids was make music videos. Here’s one of my favorites:

If you’d like to see the other films made this summer, here’s a link to uCamps’ YouTube channel.

On a side note, Chinese Takeout won Best Writing (tie) in the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project with our short film”1/3″ (watch it in HD here)!

So, as the end of summer looms nearer, I’m definitely looking forward to moving on to some less-rushed projects… But, as my friends over at and I have been learning, speed filmmaking is both highly addictive and extremely rewarding.

Speed Filmmaking

19 06 2009

Speed Filmmaking has been the theme of the summer!

I’ve formed a small filmmaking crew called Chinese Takeout and we made 2 films (one in 24 hours and another in 48 hours) that you can check out here.

While you’re at it, please check out the speed filmmaking project my friend Keith Boynton is tackling in NYC (12 Films in 12 Weeks)!

Latest Project Completed!

4 05 2009

“Kaleidoscope” is done! Please let me know what you think by commenting, rating, etc.


30 03 2009


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