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I had an amazing team of people that competed in the local SATO 48 film festival where we had 48 hours to create a short film inspired by the “inspiration package” which was given to us at the beginning of … Continue reading
Watch this in HD on Vimeo! (or at least full screen). This was an extremely fun project I got to work on with an amazing team and the guys are absolutely nuts. The band itself won 417 magazine’s best local … Continue reading
Now that the summer has come, I’m back in the studio at Drury Univerisity working on sculpture this semester. I’ve had some time to figure out my purpose for my art and better communicate why I do what I do. … Continue reading
(as always, you really should watch this video in HD on Vimeo) Here is a quick little video I made documenting my proposal (at least the part I want to share with you) for marriage to the lovely Ciera Carson … Continue reading
I had the awesome opportunity to travel to Nashville and film a good friend and a talented songwriter, Jennifer Whitmore. After having a pleasant dinner and a cup of delicious coffee with her family, we decided to have a living … Continue reading
Here is a quick project I did to take a few years off of this man’s appearance. By removing blemishes and “healing” the outer appearance of a person, I got the tiniest taste of the weird and awkward things God … Continue reading
I’ve been working hard on pulling together a team of talented people to produce a short film for a local film festival. We filmed and edited the trailer in one day and were selected as one of the finalist in … Continue reading
Here is a quick little silly composite I put together…aint it cute?
This is a brief, yet intense promotional video I filmed in Russia. The trip was fun and the team I worked with was great, but even more exciting was the use of the Bible as the foundational curriculum in Russian … Continue reading
I’m amazed at the technical simplicity and stunning message of a simple black and white portrait. Here are a few I did with some guys from Focus On The Family.
I recently got accepted into the Master’s of Studio Art and Theory program at Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. I’m packing my bags both literally and spiritually as I prepare for a new stage in my life. More than anything, … Continue reading