Anonymous asked: Please start blogging again. Using Tumblr as something of a 'mood board' is a good way to get those creative juices flowing.
I appreciate the concern, I may try and blog at some stage in the future but right now it’s not that important to me. I certainly don’t need it to get my creative juices flowing, generally watching films, listening to music, reading and looking at stills from films or photographs does this for me.
Anonymous asked: Post a selfie!
I get really anxious when cameras are pointed at me so nope sorry. You can come off anon and I’ll see what I can do.
Months and months later I am pleased and relieved and incredibly proud of all the work we as a cast and crew have put in, episodes 2 - 6 are now at the editors to be colour graded and sound levelled.
I feel a great sense of dread that we haven’t got anything to show for ourselves yet. Almost guilty. But with that said I’m really proud of my work and I hope you will all like it once we do release it. I do know this for certain though, we will bring them out all at once so you can binge watch and it will be sometime in January (hopefully very very early January)
Get on it people, I was Director of Photography for 4 of the 6 episodes in the series, as well as directing episode 5 and co-directing episode 6. It was loads of fun to work on and I cant wait for all of you to see it!
Now that this plug is over back to my self imposed Tumblr exile!
Best description of why I post so little nowadays.
Anonymous asked: Why don't you blog any more?
To be honest I’ve sort of felt less compelled to share anything lately in any form of social media, that and I’ve kind of been staying away from computers. I don’t particularly know why it’s only just dawned on me how long it has been since I posted anything. I should try make more of an effort to get back into it though. Thanks for checking in though I am still alive.
Anonymous asked: You don't mention comedies very often, do you have any favorites?
I have a running joke with my friend Mike that I dont watch comedies. I most certainly do but for the most part I consider them more as entertainment than as truly immersive experience. My creativity and work usually lies in drama and realism so comedy sort of feels foreign to me in terms of being critical. I do watch and enjoy them though, some of my favourites are Black Dynamite, Withnail and I, Waynes World 1 & 2 but I mostly leave my comedies to series which my absolute favourites are Arrested Development (which I blog about relatively regularly) and the Mighty Boosh to name a few.
Anonymous asked: What are you goals in the coming year?
Well I am currently doing my last semester of uni which I want to make sure is my last. It’s been far too long and it’s time to move on with my life so that’s priority number one. Then I want to try and get to the point of shooting my planned feature film Remote, whether than happens is heavily dependent on finances. I’d also like to get some kind of travel in even if it’s just a short trip to treat myself for finishing my degree. I had a new years resolution last year to write 3 feature length screen plays, I’ve done 2 of them so I guess the third one is still there to be done too. There’s always something to do!
Breaking Bad in Canada, Europe, Australia, etc…
I was bored while waiting for dinner so I decided to do a conceptual sketch of the main character for Remote Josh. PS I’m not much of a drawer probably the first time I’ve used that charcoal pencil set I bought well over a year ago.
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This came in the mail for me today, going to use it as inspiration for remote.
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