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I make films, websites, show flyers, do projection mapping, make music, visuals, and also challenging installation art. I am forever interested in aiding humankind by way of artistic design. I have worked on big projects for Fortune 500-funded startups, and for major universities, but I also have a big heart for the little guys. As a freelance web-developer, I have created a niche (and potential trend) for helping non-profits and social entrepreneurs to achieve their dreams and better this great planet. As an artist, I've shifted perspectives to a world of weird, and as a filmmaker, I hope to excavate the ancestry of the soul through the film Axé Orixá.
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August 23, 2010
Summary JSJ is a film created as a final project for LCC 3406 – Video Production. It was created by Dave Hardin, Daniel Fuller, and myself as a representation of our understanding of basic film techniques.
Method: Each student was asked to formulate a basic plot summary and present it before the class. After a round of voting, the top four ideas remained, and students then chose which group interested each the most.
Dave’s basic plot was the memoirs of an inept spy.
Both of us being fans of the Tim and Eric Awesome Show: Great Job! series, and discussing this when brainstorming, Dave decided to go at the story in complete satirical form, with purposeful mess ups throughout in editing, etc. Of course, I was in full support.
Comments/Description (via YouTube): A short film about an inept spy’s memories of his glory days. A comedic satire using purposeful and skillful editing…hope you get that one joke we made!
Besides my obvious roles as the “dog poop worshipper” and the “untrained robot”, I debuted in the acting world as the main character Spy Jordan. Dave and I took responsibility of editing the film, paying close attention to the little things we could slip in to increase the amount of humor in the film by welcoming jump cuts and discontinuity when necessary.
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