Thursday, June 26, 2008

Wish You were Here Trailer

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This is the trailer for a new film in production from Mark Wagoner Productions and Monk Meat Media. the screenplay is by Coe Douglas and it is directed by Mark Wagoner. It is the story of ...well, wait and see!
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This is a short piece I produced with pottery from my collection for Ben Owen. I am a big fan of his work and have pieces at home and at the studio to find out more about Ben go to his website.

Time-Lapse Greensboro

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One afternoon in May  I stepped out of the studio and a heavy cloud cover start rolling in from the southeast. I knew then that the shoot for our movie "Camelback Bridge" had to be cancelled. Now with a free afternoon I thought I would go downtown and shoot a time-lapse of the clouds. This is the outcome.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

48 Hour Film Project , Greensboro


We just finished doing the 48 Hour Film Project.  It was 2 long days of writing, shooting and editing, we did a film titled " The Hourglass". We had a great crew and cast plus we got our film in on time. Our team is called General Pictures and this is the 5th year they have entered, my 3rd year serving as Director of Photography.  Check back to see the film after it plays in the festival on June 28th.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Paperhand Puppet Documentary in Production


































  










    We continued production today on a short documentary on Paperhand Puppet Intervention. Artists Donovan Zimmermen and Jan Burger create very cool and often very large puppets. For 10 years they have been using collected stuff and corn starch to build these constructions. They bring them to life by creating plays and art events based on environmental, social, and political themes. 
    Coe Douglas and I are co-producing a short film on Jan and Donovan and their work. Today we shot the main interview and B-roll footage with the help of  Christian Parsons, 2nd camera, and Carolyn Deberry, production manager. It was a very inspiring day in  in the heart of Saxapahaw.
   To find out more about Paperhand visit their website.