Well, it sure has been a while, hasn’t it? A little over six months for those of you who are counting. A great deal has happened in the last half year. We’ll see what we can get to in the coming days.
For now, I’ll let those who bother to read this know that I’ve relocated to Los Angeles for the winter with much to accomplish.
With the first post of the year, here is my new DP reel along with a few still gems from past seasons.
Here’s to 2015.
Mint is proud to present the latest line from Core Deco.
We are very pleased to share our entirely new range of home goods. Bold, unexpected, and memorable, each of the new offerings has it's own distinct presence.
In the furniture category we have two exciting new additions, The Pyramid Terrarium and The Diamond Table. Expertly constructed with luxurious hardwoods, these items are well suited to take center stage in your home or office.
After the wild success of our debut collection of Ceramic Tiles we are back now with even more options. Timeless greyscale geometry meets the modern interior. Revive your shower or kitchen backsplash with these unique gems.
We had a nice visit back to Maine for Matt W. Moores new digs, it's always a pleasure working with him and the Core Deco products.
So much thanks to the folks at Possible Studios for doing just that.
If you're feeling the tunes in these videos, we highly recommended checking the artists out, Double Tone, Mike Be and Dear Face.
We are proud to announce that our short thriller gem TELEPHOTO has officially been selected to screen at the Woods Hole Film Festival this summer! The event runs from July 27th through August 3rd and would be a great excuse for a summer road trip. For more information on the event and screening times check out the WHFF website.
We have officially gone LIVE with our full length trailer and post-production fundraising campaign for Year-round Metal Enjoyment. You can see the trailer above and help us finish the project by going to our Indiegogo page here. Be sure to check out the donation gifts!
Recently, composer Andy Barbo of Mint Films has posted many of his musical scores featured in a slew of Mint Films shorts. You can hear them here as well as download them for your own collection, for free.
Still of the day from the Year-round Metal Enjoyment edits. TURDL speaks to the YME and T crews of New England.
"I feel extremely fortunate; I was able to witness two of the most hard-hitting crews in New England in their heydays." -TURDL
I was fortunate enough to help out just a bit on this exciting project from the north east.
ARABEL is a short film about an American POW in Nazi occupied Germany struggling with the horrors of prison life.
With a solid cast of Maine heavy hitters, produced and shot by good friend and juggernaut Jayson Lobozzo, and written by scribe Erin Enberg, this is sure to be a gem.
Looking forward to the final cut, cheers!
Check out one of the latest works by Jay Brown, featuring the sounds of the JAW GEMS and some killer animation work by Paul Mihailoff.
Personally, I think this video's aesthetics hits the JAW GEMS sound spot on. Cheers to a job well done, Portland Maine represented well!
Sara Hallie Richardson's "What Would It Be Like" video produced by Mint Films airs on Entertainment Experiment, a global network for Maine based web artists. Don't forget to check out all the other cool content they have lined up!
The last month has been filled with flights, train rides and road trips—some planned, some not so. In-between these adventures various commissioned work and personal projects have been checked off the seemingly endless list of To-Do's. Below are some photos of my adventures North, South, and West.
In other video news, I was psyched to learn that this year's Damnationland will be screened at the State Theater! Wicked cool, get your tickets soon.
Also, Year-Round Metal Enjoyment is nearly done with production and soon to hit the cutting room. Hope to have an extended trailer out soon. Stay tuned.
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