We’re proud to announce that this not only won first place in the Southwestern competition, but also Best Audio and William Wade took home the Best Actor award.
This is the end result of a 48 hour short film festival I did with my friend Scott Olney. We had to include a pillowcase and the line “What’s growing out of this”
Special thanks to Tipu Sabziwaar for letting us use his music
Check it out here https://bigotry.bandcamp.com/
This is a video project Brian, Tyler and I did. It’s pretty awful.
When Brian asked me to help him edit a video for comp, I was happy to lend a hand. He, however, was not happy with the end product.
My final project for high school and AP English 12. I had to tell a story using characters from A Thousand Splendid Suns, Pride and Prejudice, Macbeth, The Metamorphosis, The Poisonwood Bible, and The Princess Bride. The opening is pretty weak but once the story really starts to open up, I think there are some pretty cool scenes.
While this video isn’t perfect, it’s by far the best work we’ve ever done.
What do you get when you have 3 days to do an assignment over a boring concept, 2 hours to film, and 3 talentless people? This, that’s what.
I got a new camera! Check out what it can do! The grainy shots were done on my old camera, it gives a nice comparison.
Spaceman Stephen was my first video ever, enjoy.
I made this album teaser for my friends from Mobius Strip. All of the music used in the video will be included in their new album “It’s Not Deep” releasing June 21st. This version is my original cut but for the “official” trailer we decided to end at 1:03. Enjoy!
I helped Bob make his own cold water challenge. Enjoy.
After a freshmen casual nominated me for the “Cold Water Challenge” I decided to take things to the next level.
Brian and I made this in two days after school. I tried to do as much as I could with the cinematography with only two people but it’s nothing amazing. It was an assignment over the March on Washington that I did for History class. Surprisingly I didn’t get in trouble for the ending.
This is just a slightly updated version with some audio fixes.
This is possibly my least favorite short I’ve ever made but I’m leaving it up because Garrett’s opening animation was, and still is wonderful. RIP.
I made this video while home from school with diarrhea in honor of two of my best friends who had gone to Boston for the week.
Inside Brian’s Mind is a scrapped project of mine but I was able to make a pretty decent trailer using random shots from the failed short film.
Good Old Fashioned Business was a project I made in a week for 11th Grade US History class. I was in a team of 4 people and on the day we had set to shoot the project nobody showed up. Brian ended up coming over right before sunset and we rushed to get as much footage as possible in 10 minutes. A few days later with the help of my dad Brian and I filmed the headsplosion scene. We had two cameras positioned at an angle where my father wasn’t in shot and we had a cantaloupe positioned on top of a stick that was filled with KY Jelly and Styrofoam. My dad was to the left of me with a shotgun and simply pulled the trigger at the same time I did. I later digitally added in the coat behind the cantaloupe which looks pretty horrible if you look closely. I also made a nasty looking stump in Photoshop that I used as the spine sticking out after the wonderful headsplosion.