I’m back, and new stuff is on it’s way. I do apologize for the total disapearance. Since starting in August, I’ve been completely consumed in work at AFI. They have the cinematographers moving non-stop shooting and crewing. To further isolate us, everything we shoot the first year is sort of a trial. We aren’t allowed to publicly show any of the short films we make. One project is an exception to that rule: our 16MM MOS projects.
In these cinematographer-produced 16MM projects, we showcase our ability to visually tell a story without dialog. We can collaborate with anyone of our choosing, but its completion and quality are solely our responsibility.
I chose to work with an outside director and choreographer, Arlene Yuan, from Beats and Feet. She brought with her an incredible dancer and a great vision.
Currently, the project is in post-production getting a score. For now, here are some stills.