What a joy and privilege it is to continue my relationship with Camp Timberline. Camp T is a place where I grew tremendously and saw a lot my life plan develop, including making the decision to pursue filmmaking. It’s one … Continue reading
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As I mentioned in my last post, June really went by like a blur. The last week of June/first week of July was spent traveling. Highlights include shooting a wedding with an old Baylor friend, spending a week with my … Continue reading
At the end of my freshman and sophomore year of college I made ridiculous videos recapping my friends activities and shenanigans. These fun montage videos actually are what sparked my initial interest and passion in video and editing and eventually led to … Continue reading
Sometimes you just gotta pull on people’s tender hearts and funny bones. Although the tomb is empty, we don’t want our children’s easter eggs to be… (739)
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Tokyo drifting through the neighborhood streets, Oliver and I pull over in a parking lot on the way home from church to do donuts in LC. My car missed this. She hasn’t tasted fresh powder and recklessly spun in circles … Continue reading
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Let me break down my last few weeks for you real shortly: Chicago hangouts with family Reuniting with the old college roommates for the first wedding Christmas with the family in Chicago New Years Eve in Gatsby fashion at my … Continue reading
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My first ever blog post was a 2011, photo year in review. Seeing how this post is the one year anniversary of my blogging days, I have decided to follow suit in the same fashion as my first post. Not just so my … Continue reading
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I’m way too excited for The Hobbit. (292)
Every Christmas our house receives a lot of cleverly crafted and well-put together Christmas cards from our friends/neighbors and their roommates. Our house has skipped over the Christmas card fad for the past couple years and elected to send out … Continue reading