One of the most important films I’ve had the honor to make is about a brave girl walking down a daunting path. What do you do when right before your senior year in high school you’re diagnosed with stage 4 cancer? Soon you’ll be able to see and hear the story of Ashley. Fun facts […]Read more "Sometimes Life Takes You Down a Different Path"
Last week this video premiered on Pictage’s new PhotoLife site. This was one of the films we shot for the opening keynote address at PartnerCon 2010. In it five photogs share their frustrations about the photography industry. The video stars Evie Perez, Eliud Matos, Michelle Standerfer, Katrina Wheeler, and Shari Zellers. They were all willing […]Read more "Getting RAW – What Frustrates You About the Photog Biz?"
This past fall I had the pleasure to produce another series of short films for Pictage’s ParnterConference in New Orleans. The ones I shot last year were the most rewarding filmmaking experience I had in 2009, allowing me to delve into topics that inspired and provoked thought. The series I got to produce this year […]Read more "Celebrity Photographer Joe Buissink Gets RAW"
Today is part two of an amazing educational event called Escalate Live. It’s being hosted by friend, colleague, client, and Fast Track Photographer author Dane Sanders. It’s a training seminar with some of the top photogs in the industry sharing their knowledge live via internet video. Yesterday, one of the speakers, the never too-bashful-to-say-how-he-feels Chris […]Read more "Can Brands Have Second Chances?"
Pictage is one of the leading companies on the web that enables and empowers professional photographers. Every year they have their PartnerCon conference for photographers to learn, network, and be inspired. Hundreds of photographers gather from all over the world to attend. We had the honor to produce a short film series that CEO Jim […]Read more "What Does Your Creative Process Look Like?"
The savvy sci-fan fan will recognize this blog title as the official title of George Lucas’ 4th episode (but, first release) of the “Star Wars” saga. So, it’s only fitting that I name this blog post after the aforementioned movie. First, because it’s the fourth blog post in a series that started April 2 when […]Read more "A New Hope"