Sunday, July 31, 2016

Stay Cool

It's great being outside on a nice, sunny day, but remember to stay cool and hydrated during hotter weather.

Here's a little something I worked on earlier this year with A*light Picture and Wanderlust Hollywood. Enjoy!

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Levity in Brevity

Friend and former film school classmate Terry Wesley and I have been collaborating on some web content during our downtime. The first few installments of Terry's comedy series, "20 Questions" (a parody of the Liam Neeson vehicle Taken), have just gone live on his YouTube channel. The videos are quick and fun to watch whenever you have a little lull in your day. If you've got a minute, check them out!

Sunday, April 17, 2016

"Quiet As Kept" Official Trailer

I believe it has been a full year since my last update. Sorry about that!

Now, for more current news.

"Quiet As Kept," the latest project by writer and director Amber Sharp, is finally finished and stepping into the festival circuit.

First up is the Los Angeles Independent Filmmakers Showcase Film Festival, which takes place this May.

So excited to be a part of this heartfelt project from A.Sharp! The budget was small, but the passion was deep.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Congratulations to "Sick World" and "Ripe"!!!

First and foremost, a huge congrats to director Hyunmi Park and her documentary, Sick World! We just got back from the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver, B.C., where Sick World won a Royal Reel Award for Best Documentary Feature. Yay!

Next, I would like to congratulate all of the cast, crew, and supporters of Ripe, which will screen this June at the Women's International Film & Arts Festival in Miami, FL. This was the first narrative feature film that I was hired to shoot, and I'm excited that this fun, little movie will finally get its chance on the big screen!

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The summer of 2012 was an interesting time in my life. My dad was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer the year before, and his health began declining rapidly soon after. Not long after the diagnosis, I decided to take time off from work so that I could assist my family at home.

Around March 2012, my friend Hyunmi called to tell me about a documentary she was developing and invited me to shoot for her that entire summer. I was hesitant to go due to the circumstances at home, but after much consideration and deliberation with my family, I decided to make the trek to South Korea. About a month in, my dad passed, and I had to make the trip back home. My family thought it would be best for me to finish out the shoot, so a couple of weeks after the funeral services, I was on a plane back to South Korea.

With about a month left of production on Sick World, I received an email from Lauren and Karin, two gals I had met a couple of years before on a short film they hired me to shoot. They had just finished writing a feature-length screenplay and were excited to produce it. They wanted to shoot it at the end of August and were wondering if I would be available to shoot it for them. I told them that I was out of the country and didn't think it would work out, since I would be getting back stateside the day they wanted to start production. They pushed the dates back for me, and the day after I got home, I was in a car heading to California's Central Valley to start principal photography on Ripe.

I am extremely proud of these two projects and are excited to see them finally getting their spotlight on the festival circuit.  I will continue posting more updates about these movies, so please check them out if they are ever playing near you!

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

"Coat Room" Now Playing!

A nice, little short film I worked on around this time last year is now starting to make its rounds in the festival circuit. "Coat Room," directed by Katie White and produced by Jennifer Nangle, is a dramatic comedy about a woman returning home for the holidays to confront and to heal what has kept her away for a few years.

It has already screened at the Sandpoint Film Festival (in Sandpoint, ID) last month. This weekend will mark its Los Angeles debut at the Hollywood & Vine Film Festival. There are two screenings: one on Friday (12/12/14) in Sherman Oaks, and another on Saturday (12/13/14) in Los Angeles. The event is FREE to the public - check out the festival's website for showtimes and more details.

UPDATE: We won the Audience Choice Award!!!
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