Waiting For Sandy?

Waiting for Hurricane Sandy to hit? Already lived through it? Well, take approximately 3 minutes out of your day to take a peak at a music video I had worked on before living the “trail life”. It was recently accepted into the Silversonic Film Festival Music Video Showcase!

AND you might recognize the style of music. The band, The Hollow Sound, wrote the music that is featured in Alpine Zone‘s trailer.

Here is the video:

You can check out the band here:

The Hollow Sound

Vote Now!

Hey all, with a little less than two weeks to go until I embark on my journey, I wanted to ask for a favor….a two second favor 🙂

Wrigley and King a short film I was Cinematographer for has been put up for an audience award at Memphis International Film Festival and it needs your vote! You can only vote once and it takes just a second, please vote and spread the word if you can. The film has been selected for 12 film festivals and this kind of award could be huge for it!

Click on this link: http://onlocationmemphis.org/fanfav-student and select Wrigley and King.

Thank you all!!!

P.S. – sooooooo excited to start my hike. Been testing out solar chargers and other gear. Can’t wait to get out there and post my first blog from the trail 😀

Alpine Zone – Industry News

New England Film, a great website and resource for filmmakers in New England posted a little blurb about Alpine Zone in their Industry News press release on 1/1/12.

Check out the blurb here: Industry News – January 2012

This project still needs your support! Spread the word and pledge now….only 10 days left to reach our goal or the project doesn’t get funded.  Your donation could be the difference!

Pledge Here

UFVA Announces Fundraising Initiative

The University Film and Video Association announced Alpine Zone‘s fundraising effort today on their website:        UFVA

About UFVA:

Founded in 1947 as the University Film Producers Association, the UFVA has developed into an organization of over 1000 professionals and institutions involved in the production and study of film, video, and other media arts.  The UFVA is an international organization where media production and writing meets the history, theory and criticism of the media. The UFVA members are image-makers and artists, teachers and students, archivists and distributors, college departments, libraries, and manufacturers. Your membership to the UFVA will provide you opportunities to meet and share ideas with colleagues, receive evaluation of creative work, and monitor the developments in film/video technology, education, scholarship and artistic pursuits.