My coworkers asked me to do a quick video of their wedding, and who was I to say no? Seeing Carrie fold paper cranes during every meeting since my first day at the office, I knew she had fantastic attention to detail and that the ceremony would be awesome. We […]
Between VisCom and the corporate world, the one transition I can’t make is that of timing. During Soul of Athens production, when someone asked for something “soon,” they meant “pretty much immediately.” When an office coworker asks for something “soon,” it’s really more like “before the end of the week.” […]
I couldn’t tell you the day I met Sarah or the moment we became friends, best friends, even roommates. However, I vividly remember the call saying “I’m engaged!” Fifteen months later, we gathered at one of Sarah’s favorite places, Reynold’s Tavern in Annapolis–a place she and I enjoyed high tea […]
After 11 days of shooting spread out through last June – October, and nearly nine months of editing this school year, need I preface any further? Modern Old-Time Fiddling: A Master’s Project Documentary This project was produced in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts degree from […]
When I first began looking at graduate programs in 2008-ish, Ohio University was on my radar for it’s connection with BOP and Soul of Athens. Each year I loved the Soul of Athens production more. When 2010’s came out, after I had sent my acceptance, I knew that I made […]
So I’ve not been very alive recently. Next week, week 9, marks the final deadline for Soul of Athens and my master’s project defense. Week 11 holds my Information Architecture/User Experience final and graduation. After that: the real world. Since I can’t show you anything from Soul or my project […]
My first attempt at a podcast or narration since recording radio-style mix tapes in elementary school. I’ve entered a slightly shorter version in the Missouri Review Audio Competition so in December we’ll see how it does!
For this project, I acted as co-editor and co-producer in a group of four collaborators. Seriously proud of this one. //update – 3/21/12 Athen’s local NPR station, WOUB, published this exact cut on their website. View the page here.
After a week of Minnesota’s superheroes I became comfortable with the idea and situation. Patrol in Madison blew my mind in a way that was probably boring and underwhelming for the RLSH involved. Here they were able to help homeless on the streets and in the Occupy camp and talk […]
Stingray and I shared a relatively quiet evening in which we encountered some broken glass and a stray cat. Our interview was, I think, longer than he intended so that some who arrived home early were surprised to see Stingray in the dining room. Let’s say that cutting people’s feet […]