Here's the latest video I produced, filmed, and edited for Alaska USA Federal Credit Union featuring SteamDot Coffee Roasters. This is the third in a series profiling their various business clients. Like the last video, I used a Canon T2i with Magic Lantern, Zoom H4n, and Adobe Premiere CC. The sound isn't ideal, mostly because the interview was conducted in a tiny room and I didn't have access to lav mics, although I did try to salvage it in Adobe Audition.
I had such a great time organizing the 24-Hour Film Royal, the team and I jumped at the opportunity to take over the Quick Freeze Film Competition, a five-day event that runs as part of the Anchorage International Film Festival in December. Click the image to redirect to the competition website.
Billy Ray, screenwriter of Captain Philips, addresses the next generation of screenwriters about the current state of the filmmaking industry. Click the picture for the link.
If you're in Anchorage, come to Nerd Nite #9 where I'll be presenting Screenwriting Tips From Someone Who's Only Okay At It, Or: 10 Tips For Creating Characters People Hopefully Care About. Other presenters will be talking about artificial intelligence and the power of networking. If you don't know what Nerd Nite is, it's a monthly event held in 90 cities around the world. It's kind of like TED Talks, but with alcohol! Check out the Events page for details.