Wednesday, January 28, 2004

"Going Home" hits the DCIFF
"Dear DCIFF 2004 Festival Finalists:
Congratulations on being selected for the 2004 DC Independent Film Festival. ... You will be notified officially soon, including an official letter, contacted by our press department who will work with you to promote your film and the DCIFM (film market) who will be contact distributors directly about your film.
We thank you for your patience and again congratulate you for making films that make people dream.
Thank you again.
Your fans at DCIFF
Carol Bidault
Executive Director/Founder
DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF)"

Well now, thats pretty cool. And an excellent way to start the day.
See "Going Home"


Monday, January 12, 2004

New project!
So I talked to Larz the other day and he wants me to do a short video for his Larz Hall Jazz Orchestra. I'll be going to a studio session this week and to a gig at Chris' on the 29th. This along with a few interviews will be edited down to a short 2-3 min piece to be included with the promo materials he's working on. Should be awesome. Maybe I'll try to take some still photos too. We'll see. But I'm psyched.


Saturday, January 10, 2004

FYI, if you go to, you can peep the site I made for the Governor's School. I've got a better one in my head already, but it'll do for now. You can see, among other things, a two minute version of the promo video and some clips from theatre pieces and also hear mp3s etc. Good times.

Happy New Year?
So again, I should have posted this a long time ago, like right after Thanksgiving, but I got a job.
I'm doing editing and soon shooting and also DVD authoring (and misc. equipment stuff) for a place called The Entertainment Source. Its based out of Jenkintown. Their primary objective is to provide music (bands) and "entertainment" and sort of party facilitation services for corporate and social events. They've also added videography to the list of services they provide and that's where I (and some other guys) come in. I was turned on to these folks by my friend Kristen from Drexel. She worked there but now she's going to look at grad schools and they had to fill the gap. And they did. With me.
Anyway, it's nice to be working with friendly people for a steady paycheck again. We'll see how it goes.

The animation for Greenworks (soon to be Greentreks) seems to be on the back burner. I say this because they haven't gotten back to me about the Pilot I gave them. But I'm sure they have a lot on their collective plates and will contact me when appropriate. *shrug*