Six months since wrapping principle photography, I was finally able to get around to doing some pick ups and reshoots for Macy Ray and the Legend of Dead River. The first pass of the edit led to the decision to make a few changes to what was shot, so this past week I was able […]Read more "Macy Ray and the Legend of Dead River Update"
I recently visited Kennedy Space Center (again). After coming across this website about Raiders of the Lost Ark in black and white, an article about lighting for black and white cinematography, and also a blog post floating around somewhere on the internet (which I’m sure I’ll never find again) about interesting techniques for shooting black […]Read more "Kennedy Space Center – Black and White"
I’ve been quite interested in the field of vexillology – the study of flags – as of late. It began a couple of years ago when I heard an excellent TED Talk about flags by Roman Mars, host of the “99 Percent Invisible” podcast. I also am an avid listener of “Hello Internet”, a podcast […]Read more "The Maryland Flag (and Filmmaking)"
I’m pleased to announce my next project, Macy Ray and the Legend of Dead River, the first project I am working on post-film school. (As an aside, I realize that Ray is usually spelled Rae when referring to a woman, but I like the double-y symmetry… still might change it though haha.) This is a half […]Read more "Macy Ray and the Legend of Dead River"
Last month I officially graduated college (woohoo!) and to celebrate my family and I took a vacation to Yellowstone National Park and its little sister, Grand Teton National Park. It was an amazing trip and truly a mark of Earth’s power and splendor. If you haven’t made it out to Wyoming and Montana before, I highly […]Read more "Yellowstone and the Tetons"
Over the past several weeks, I have been working as the Post Production Supervisor and 1st Assistant Director on Florida State University’s first cinematic narrative virtual reality short film. As I mentioned in a prior post, The VR Project: Post 1, I have been doing independent research into cinematic VR for quite some time now. Because of […]Read more "The VR Project: Post 2"
I hope everyone had a great May the Fourth yesterday! To celebrate I built my new Poe Dameron X-Wing Lego kit and took some fun photos… Never too old for Lego and Star Wars! May the Force be with You, AustinRead more "Happy Star Wars Day!"