Art, Artifice and Taylor Swift.

Posted by on Mar 31, 2015 in Journal Entries | No Comments

Haters We all have a personal sense of music. The knowledge that the artists of the day are speaking to your generation, issues you are familiar with, the things that make you happy, sad, etc. The reason we find the good stand up comedians good is their ability to reflect us back to us, but with […]

Snow in Raleigh

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in Journal Entries | No Comments

A few weeks ago, I took an impromptu trip to Raleigh. Snow somehow seems more romantic when you’re not looking at it through your living room window. I love state parks, and I couldn’t resist visiting Raleighs’. There were very few people in the park, including the park rangers. I walked till my footprints were […]

A Wasted Evening, in Three Acts.

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Journal Entries | No Comments

I’m really tired of the three act story. I’ve always been fascinated with film and the medium of visual storytelling. It is (along with music) the most accessible form of art we have. Unlike music, however, there’s also a great sense of community. Your enjoyment of music may vary slightly when you hear your favorite […]

Pyrrhic Whim

Posted by on Feb 8, 2015 in Journal Entries | No Comments

Over the weekend, in my constant quest to avoid boredom (and to connect with other human beings) I went out to hear a few local musicians and see a few friends. It’s one of those experiences that makes you realize that you live among some truly interesting human beings.

Matt Muñoz, AIGA Hampton Roads January 2013

Posted by on Feb 4, 2013 in Videos | No Comments

[vimeo clip_id=”58925165″ height=”” width=”650″] Matt Muñoz of New Kind spoke at AIGA Hampton Roads’ January 2013 event. 

Thanksgiving 2012

Posted by on Jan 31, 2013 in Videos | No Comments

[vimeo clip_id=”55477933″ height=”” width=”650″] It was my first thanksgiving at home in years. It was worth documenting.

Headshot Packages

Posted by on Nov 21, 2012 in Uncategorized | No Comments

Great actors need great headshots. If you need an updated headshot to accommodate your new look or to reflect expanded range, new headshots are a great way to show that. My philosophy when it comes to headshot portraiture is this: you should look like you on a great day. Hyper-real retouched portraits are great for […]

Hire Me

Posted by on Nov 21, 2012 in Uncategorized | No Comments

In addition to motion design and photography, I’ve got a few more tricks up my sleeve… Web Design I’m proficient in: HTML/CSS PHP WordPress A working knowledge of Actionscript jQuery Do you need help translating a design from Photoshop/Illustrator to a full-blown standards-compliant web site? I’ve heard I’m pretty good at that, too. Graphic Design […]

The New Taboos

Posted by on Nov 24, 2011 in Essays | No Comments

Every year brings change and this is no different. Why should it be? While we all deal with our personal issues, it’s important to put them into context of our society at large. Why? Well, put into context, issues seem both easier to deal with and easier to understand. So much of our interactions are […]

The Soul in the Postmodern Era

Posted by on Jan 23, 2011 in Essays, Journal Entries | No Comments

We live in curious times. With the progress that has come to symbolize western capitalism—from the 6 month product release cycle of electronics to the pervasive starburst containing the words NEW! and IMPROVED!—the most important things are principles we have always held dear, or rather things we look to for their permanence and lasting qualities.

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