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What I Learned: Jiro Ono, Sushi Chef

Jjiro Dreams of Sushi is an intriguing film about Jiro Ono, an acclaimed sushi chef that has spent his life fanatically improving his Continue Reading →

Toilet Humor from Down Under (Droga5)

“David Whittaker,” a great new video from Fiona  McGee  is one of the best stories I’ve seen in a while. It’s a short film/documentary about a an Australian body builder  and the incredible dedication that he (and his fiancee) share for the sport.

Watch it first, then let’s talk below. And watch out for the incredibly clever twist towards the end.

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The Sound of The Hunger Games

Watch this great, short piece about the sound of “The Hunger Games.”

How I Watch Movies:

I’ve always been the guy that stays behind and watches the credits at the movies. I’m usually looking for two things, Continue Reading →

Slothpop calls it quits!

I heard a rumor that Slothpop was calling it quits last week. I was crushed. To make things worse, it was just after I had spent an evening enjoying Slothpop’s lead singer/writer Ko performing with the Indianapolis Symphony.

It’s a real shame. Slothpop was easily one of Indy’s most accesible and amazing bands.

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow Though

Know No Stranger (and a handful of my favorite local videographers/photographers) put together a video from their last show – an epic end to the Slothpop era. It’s a video of my favorite song, “One,” a bouncy major key celebration of love (or something) with a bouncing bassline and driving disco beat, splashes of violin and many, many glorious harmonies.


What do you think?

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Get Inspired: The Joy of Motion & Emotion

A quick review of really rad things I came across on Vimeo  this week (in no particular order):

1) Digitals by Chris Crutchfield: Audio/Visual Porn at its very best.


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Dumbo, Disney and some East Side LOVE!

What do Robert Indiana’s Love, Dumbo and 101 Dalmatians have in common?

Arsenal Tech, a 100 year-old high school on the east Side of Indianapolis that has educated the likes of Robert Indiana, Bill Peet (Disney animator/director) and other important artists. The Harrison Center for the Arts is celebrating that legacy by showing 100 years of Arsenal Tech alumni, teacher and student work.

Watch the video below.


Naibi’s Story

Here’s my latest video. It’s an interview that I shot during the week that I spent in Orlando, learning networking and being inspired by top public relations professionals and other students.

I wrote about my favorite thing about conference Continue Reading →

Re:SOLUTIONS & Collaborations

I had a lot of fun working on my latest video project, a ninety second spot produced for a leadership development group I’m working with.  Continue Reading →

The Magic Bowl

To continue to promote Cookie Me! I storyboarded and shot this 30 second spot, titled “Magic Bowl!”

It should have been a 4HourProject but I started playing with animated type in AfterEffects and that sucked the majority of my four hours.

I look forward to learning more AfterEffects in the next two months.