How I learned to stop worrying and love the story

October 29, 2014

Despite all of these new breakthroughs in camera resolution technology, something significant has begun to take hold in the indie filmmaker scene. Indie filmmakers are coming to the realization that STORY is the one thing that holds the most value with their independent films.

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El Paso film scene begins to find its voice

September 10, 2014

One of the major assets that fuels a city's creative scene is its youth. Young people create identities in order to differentiate themselves from the previous generation. A new generation of filmmakers is doing just that here in El Paso, TX.

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Raiders of the Lost Atari Tomb

August 20, 2014

During the months of March and April of 2014, I was hired as the location sound mixer by Lightbox Entertainment, a production company hired by Microsoft to take on the role of Tomb Raiders and investigate if the legend of Atari was real.

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Return of the Texas Film Incentives

June 07, 2013

The Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program gets a major $95 million financial boost from the state legislature and the Texas Hotel and Lodging Association.

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Sound 101: Building Your Sound Kit

April 30, 2013

Let’s face it, indie filmmakers today are more concerned about what camera they’re shooting on instead of caring about the two Ss. Story & Sound are what matter. While I won’t get into whether or not your story is good, I want to at least address how important sound is.

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RED ALERT! 10 Things RED Camera Users Need To Know

July 07, 2009

Im sure everyone has had this argument with someone they know or work with. I’ve had this discussion/argument with a cinematographer who has both shot on film and on RED and still prefers 35mm over RED despite the long waiting period and higher costs of production.

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