I continue my series of interviews with Vimeo/Canon “Beyond the Still” filmmakers with today’s interview of Chapter 5 winner Ryan Booth. That’s right, today I have on someone who was actually one of the winners. Ryan is somewhat of a Renaissance man. He started out as a history major, then became an audio engineer, then […]Read more "Crossing the 180 #26: Ryan Booth"
The Canon/Vimeo Beyond the Still film contest was a groundbreaking experiment in group storytelling. One of the contestants from the first round of finalists was my guest for today, Kenny Mosher of Showdown Visuals. The film he submitted was “Alderwood” and for the longest time it was a favorite to win. Unfortunately, in the 11th […]Read more "Crossing the 180 #25 – Kenny Mosher"
This week on the show I’m starting a mini-series on filmmakers who have had success creating personal film projects. In my post from yesterday, I mentioned how projects like these can be both financially and spiritually/personally profitable. Over the next few weeks I’ll have some of the contestants of Vimeo and Canon’s “Beyond the Still” […]Read more "Crosing the 180 #24: Scott Brignac"
Can you say that title ten times fast?! When you earn a living as a photographer or filmmaker, it’s easy to get into the trap of feeling like unless you’re getting paid for a gig, you won’t do a gig. I speak from experience because I know at times that’s how I feel. But the […]Read more "Personal and Pro Bono Projects Can Prove Profitable"