An uncanny coincidence leads to a very serious and thoughtful question. One I think all artists should ask?Read more "Are We Too Dependent on Technology?"
This was a post I originally published in June 2009. It’s interesting to see how much of it is around today. If you’re a pro photographer, how does this make you feel?Read more "The Future of Professional Portrait Photography"
At the heart of the problem of PIPA and SOPA is old media companies’ out-dated paradigms colliding with the future of technology. It’s a battle against chaos they cannot ever win. Here’s why.Read more "It’s Futile to Fight the Future"
I’m proud to present our 48 hour film project, “The Last Author.” We had just 48 hours to conceive, write, shoot and edit an original short film. Each film had to contain three elements. A consultant named Tom (or Tina) Goodwin, a book, and the line of dialogue “When will she be here?” The genre we […]Read more "The World Wide Web Premier of our 48 Hour Film Project “The Last Author”"
Yesterday I shared with you about the benefits of using web-based applications. Ever since getting my head in the “cloud,” I’ve been on “Cloud 9″ with respect to how it has contributed to the way we run our business. Below is a list of my favorite web-based apps covering everything from sales and marketing to […]Read more "My Favorite Web-Based Apps"
Yes, you read that right. My head is in the “cloud,” not clouds. By “Cloud” I mean those gi-normous computer databases out there in the World Wide Web that run online software programs that make my life so much easier. Make no mistake: the Cloud is the future of computing. I predict that within a […]Read more "Why My Head is in the Cloud"
In the summer of 2008, famed commercial/editorial photographer Vincent Laforet heralded the release of Canon’s EOS 5D Mark II with his short film “Reverie”. Both photographers and filmmakers alike were blown away. The release of the 5D has created not only it’s own subculture, but an entire industry was born as companies large and small […]Read more "Fusion: The Facts and the Folly"