The Trouble with Trolls

A staple in fantasy lore and children fictional stories is the troll. An ugly and evil creature that eats little kids and goats. But there’s another kind of “troll” that exists in the real world. I’m talking about the trolls that lurk on forums and boards.  Wikipedia defines this “troll” as someone who posts controversial, […]

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The Cure for Twitter Envy

Are you one of the 10+ million people on Twitter, tweeting your life for the whole world to see? If so, you at some point may have suffered “Twitter Envy.” You know the feeling. When you click on over to someones Twitter profile to see  how many followers they have, then you compare it to […]

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“The Longest Day” Premieres

I just realized that I haven’t blogged about my own TV show. On November 18, 2008, I gathered twenty-four top wedding photographers from North America to participate in a reality TV show called “The Longest Day.” The premise is simple: split the group into two teams, and give each team 24 hours to write, shoot, […]

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The Power of Promos Prevail

I was excited to see than my good buddy and client Dane Sanders got this month’s “Best of Photography Websites” by RangeFinder Magazine. The video we produced for him was called out in the article as a contributing factor. I think this is a great testament to the power of video to extend your  brand. […]

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Ritz-Carlton Follows BMW’s Lead

Two more major companies turn to the power of narrative filmmaking and the Internet to market themselves. The prestigious hotel conglomerate Ritz-Carlton has joined forces with American Express to release a series of three short films to uniquely market their brands. Launched back on January 1, Ritz-Carlton Films will display three original short films with […]

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