Just finished working on my first feature film! Thanks go to the Director Matt Amato for trusting me to work as a
Assistant Editor on his movie. The movie is called “The Makings of You”. It features a great cast including former Twin Peaks stars Sheryl Lee and Grace Zabriskie as well as former Mad Men actor Jay R. Ferguson. Many thanks to Director Matt Amato and to Producer Jack Richardson. Look for the movie to premiere in 2014.
Documentary update: we are now in 16 FILM FESTIVALS! Congratulations Brad this is very exciting.
A new video by Partners for Prevention tells us why some men use violence against women in Asia and the Pacific, and how we can prevent it. Very proud to have had the chance to work on this project. For more information please see:
Out at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Really cool seeing the film on the big screen. If you want to learn about the film check out the link below, we are now in 10 Film Festivals Internationally!
The Documentary I edited last year has been released and is gaining momentum, it is now in six Film Festivals and climbing. Very excited about this picture. Congratulations to everyone involved with this project!
This is one of the videos I finished for the Haven of Grace. They are really wonderful people, if you are looking for a place to donate money to or want a cause to be involved with please consider the Haven of Grace. Thank you to everyone that was involved with the videos, it was a fantastic experience.
Monkey Temple: Video from The Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu, Nepal
Music by Temple Ladders
Great little restaurant in Bangkok. It was by the Ratchawat market which is known for it’s street food. The music is by a local Thai group. Hope you like it.
A little project centered around poetry in Wales and the impact a group of individuals made on the cultural landscape of a country.
Sorry for the lack of posts. I am in Bangkok working on a motion graphics video about gender based violence for a United Nations agency. Please read this post in the New York Times if you are interested in the topic.
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