I wrote, produced, and directed a new Christmas short film for my church! TGC Park Slope - Kids' History: Christmas Edition from Trinity Grace Church on Vimeo.
I wrote a Christmas short film, a spoof called Manger Things. Check it out!
There was a great letter from the ASC president Richard Crudo to the ASC members following the February death of Sarah Jones. You can read the whole thing here. What I want to focus on is his admonition that it is indeed the cinematographers - the leaders - who set the tone and the culture on... Continue Reading →
My short film will also be screening at Newport Beach Film Festival! I'm so excited! Details here: Newport Beach Film Festival
When we shot "The Rock 'n' Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher," we did our best to produce the film in a sustainable, green-minded way. Some of the things we attempted include: Using Bio-Diesel Reusing Clothes for Costumes Eco-friendly Flatware Shooting On-location Shooting Digitally Being Carbon Neutral Using Bio-Diesel We secured a bio-diesel donation from Tulsa... Continue Reading →
Back in May, I was the First AD on a series of commercials for Microsoft - specifically, for several computers that sport the new Windows 7 operating system. We shot in a studio for four days and to be honest... It was my best experience as a First AD ever. I'm not sure what the... Continue Reading →
A few months ago I was in LA for work (I was the First AD on a Windows 7 commercial, more on that later) and I was fortunate enough to be there for a red carpet event for Secret Millionaires, the web-series I shot with my talented friends Dan Amos and Elizabeth Pennington. Secret Millionaires... Continue Reading →
In this Gizmodo article we learn about a subscription program for movie theaters. Part of me is excited; part of me is nervous. Having worked in professional theater, I know what a boon subscription offers can be for stabilizing earned income. And in general, it's been proven over and over again in my experience that what's good... Continue Reading →
So my husband and I just moved to New York City and to help pay the bills while I work on writing screenplays and directing short films, we decided that I needed to get a part-time job. I needed to figure out what kind of job I could do that would be flexible enough but... Continue Reading →