I’ve been editing more trailers lately and I’m finding that I really enjoy it. Trailers are a very different type of beast, blending storytelling with marketing. Each trailer has different goals: landing investors, getting people in seats, promoting VOD/DVD sales, but what all those have in common is the main goal

While I was cleaning up/backing up old drives, came across a film I produced and co-edited back in 2010. So, filing it under, “what use is this thing sitting on my hard drive,” threw it up on the ol’ Vimeo. Last Refuge of a Scoundrel is about a hitman that’s

Back when I was taking classes at College of DuPage, I was fortunate enough to really get the full experience. On top of the basic curriculum, I was able to take part in invite-only practicum like classes and I also worked at the TV station there

Editing together and finishing a film is by all means NOT the end of the line for a project, especially with features. For the feature length documentary “Lakay,” once a film is complete there’s all the promotional materials needed to spread out.

Lakay (The Creole word for “home”) tells the

I finally got around to building the new editing rig, and just in time because I’ve been so busy rocking out projects that I haven’t had time to sit down to blog about building it until now! This blog will be about the actual assembly and performance of the rig,

Warning: you’re about to witness some serious geeking out.

A question I’m often asked when meeting new people is, “What program do you edit in?”

My standard answer to this question is, “Well, I’m a geek and built my own computer, so by default I’m Adobe Premiere Pro.”

All very