The following are the surviving short films and home videos I made with my friends between the time I graduated High School and the time I finally changed my major to Cinema Production. Habitual bad spelling continues on from the stuff I made in High School, but these are SLIGHTLY more sophisticated. Once again, youContinue reading “Home Movies in Purgatory”
Moved back to Orem and got some more practice on the T3i. Also started doing photography assignments for School, I think.
Christmas time pictures. Practice with the camera my sister gave me. Finally started using GIMP, I think, photos before this were un-edited.
This was the first time I was ever on a real film set. My neighbor, Susan Phelan, had been asked to direct this little micro budget film (her first feature film). She knew I wanted to make movies and needed High School kids, so she invited me to come to the set for a fewContinue reading “Start With Nothing (2011)”
More info about my High School rock band: After we kicked out Steve from Brookside, Doug and I got a second guitarist and re-branded. I re-recorded Steve’s demos and we made various attempts to try home recording (something I couldn’t figure out how to do with any success until like 2015). First are the officialContinue reading “Sugar Stone 2009/2010 Recordings”
Enjoy, if you will, the collection of surviving videos I made with my friends in Jr. High and High School! Complete with spelling errors! You might not find them entertaining, but I sure do!
This made a lot of my family laugh in High School, and I suspect it can make ya’ll laugh now.
In Jr. High and then eventually High School, Steven Krutch and I were trying to make a band work. We ran through tons of configurations of players, almost none of which had the will to practice consistently. That is, until we found Doug Jenkins as our drummer. I don’t think we were too bad forContinue reading “Brookside 2008 demos”
From 6th grade to about 9th grade, I used to record all my music on a Windows 98 computer not hooked up to the internet. I have a physical tape somewhere with maybe 3 songs on it (they aren’t very good, as you might have guessed), but outside of that, not much survives except thisContinue reading “Music from Jr. High”