The best weddings are the ones that leave you filled with hope, joy, and assurance that you just witnessed something really good. Michael, the youngest of 4 brothers (but certainly not the smallest) is a big softy and romantic. He … Continue reading
Category Archives: filmmaking
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
Brilliant music. Brilliant storytelling. Brilliant filmmaking. (173)
A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. – Tim Cahill (259)
Sometimes I get upset with myself for not creating the quality of content I envision myself making. I dream of the “right” job and the one that is going to allow me to stretch my creativity into something of a … Continue reading
Nothing like getting married on the side of a mountain. I was so pleased to be able to share and capture this special day for two absolutely wonderful people. The Lord delights when two of His own come together for … Continue reading
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There is an awkward familiarity about returning to a place you lived for four years, knowing it will be a short-lived visit. Usually my returns to Waco, TX included the feeling of a new semester, the excitement of living with … Continue reading
I finally have a reel cut. It’s been a while in the making, but I am pleased with the result. Here is a collection of my cinematography and directing work compiled into one edit, a “highlight video” if you will. … Continue reading
I hope you like SLOOOOOW-MOOOOTION because I love it. I should note, our fall retreat involved far more than the clearly visible raging our 70 Jr. High and High School students participated in. They heard the truth of God and … Continue reading
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Most people are fully aware that I am a film junkie. It doesn’t take long upon meeting me to realize how much I love movies. I have always loved them, but truly started respecting film when I switched my major…to … Continue reading