Filmmaker and VFX generalist
Originally from New Mexico and currently residing in Hollywood, I am a filmmaker and all around media and artistic generalist. I work mainly in the fields of motion graphic design, animation, and visual effects for film and television. But I am also well versed in many traditional art forms including drawing, painting, sculpture, stop-motion animation, still and time-lapse photography, cinematography, practical special effects, special makeup effects, and props. In addition to all that I'm a decent voice actor.
Being that my number one goal is to be the best and most well-rounded artist that I can be, I feel it necessary to have as deep an understanding and experience with as many different art-forms as possible. You can never know too much and learning to create in new ways is what fuels me more than anything.
The Tree Of Life script looks something like this:
"INT. SUBURBAN HOME - DAY
Depressed A-list celebrities sit around a kitchen table looking sad.
Why? Why is "why" not the only thing that can't be explained? What,
more are explanations than expectations viewed through the lens
of internal demise... Investigation leads to discovery of lost thoughts...
A supernova explodes erasing an entire solar system
EXT. PLAYGROUND - DAY
Brad Pitt pushes a little boy on a swing set. He looks very depressed and sad.
INT. HOSPITAL - NIGHT
A famous woman runs in slow motion down a hallway, she is crying
INT. ATTIC OF AN OLD HOUSE
A small rocking chair sits abandon in the middle of the room
INT. DINING ROOM - DAY
More sad celebrities look depressed together
EXT. DRY RIVER BED - CRETACEOUS PERIOD
Some motherf**king dinosaurs do shit and a big metiorite streaks through the sky.
INT. BATHROOM - NIGHT
An old woman examines her crow's feet in the mirror. She is very depressed.
Why? When we think thoughts, we so seldom think about thought
EXT. CEMETARY - DAY
More depressed celebrities sad at a funeral gather around a grave. One by one they through donuts at the casket. There is also a midget on a unicycle, he is depressed too..."
Beautifully produced film. Very slick. Story/Tone/Drama wise it was too serious and drawn out for my taste. I enjoyed the behind the scenes much more than the actual film. Still much respect for the skill that went into making it.
GoPro should just like actually GO PRO and make a Cinema camera already. They already have some of the best codecs...
Michael, I would pay like TEN TIMES that much for all those capabilities... Maybe... But really no one on earth needs to do all that stuff on their phone... So really I probably wouldn't pay more than $10 for it...
If I were a millionaire app designer I would definitely spend my days trolling the comments section of an article about my insanely over-priced app... Because you know, with millions of dollars what else would I do with my time?... LOL!
This dude is guilty. LOL