Here’s an update on my anime short film, The Priest’s Confession! We’ve announced three characters and their voice actors so far:
Jason J. Lewis as Father Paul Stevens
Kyle Hebert as Mr. Wilson
Dino Andrade as Father Collins
I am excited to see this project really starting to take shape. We’ve still got a way to go, but the ball is definitely rolling. You can read more about the characters and each voice actor in the individual sheets.
As a reminder, The Priest’s Confession is about a gravely injured Catholic priest, Father Paul Stevens (Lewis), who must give his own final confession before he bleeds to death. It will be a 10min animated project that should be released in early 2015.
Being intent on producing a weekly vlog is one thing, following through and actually doing it is another. This week, we take a candid look at the obstacles I’ve run into and what I’m doing to eliminate them. Hint: It involves continuing to set aside procrastination and perfectionism.
This is the first teaser poster for my upcoming anime short film, The Priest’s Confession. It’s follows the story of a gravely injured Catholic priest that must give his own final confession before bleeding to death.
Character design and storyboards by my good friend Taylor Richards.
This weekend, I will be a participating executive at the Great American Pitchfest. I’ve heard a lot of good pitches and bad pitches before and I want to help prepare you to come with a great pitch. Here are my top five tips to crafting the perfect elevator pitch that you can share anywhere you go.
Last week was my birthday and the anniversary of moving to Los Angeles. To commemorate this milestone, I will begin video blogging weekly about my life and career. This is week 1 and I talk about how I’ve gotten to where I am and where I think I’m going.
Check out the one sheet for Classic Alice that we just released!
In 2005, I helped found a networking group called San Diego Filmmakers. This is the short speech I gave at the anniversary party on December 10, 2013. It’s about the teamwork involved in “Fostering a Filmmaking Community” and what makes SDF so very special.
I had searched These many years; Looked high and low Across far frontiers.
No one knew Where to obtain This thing I sought In my fool’s campaign.
Was she here? Or is she there? My quest for love Was my solemn prayer:
“Fill a void And mend this ache! Help me to find While I’m still awake”
Home I came, My hands filled naught. My friends all saw How I was distraught.
But in the crowd A face shown new. I cracked a smile That was long since due.
Golden hair And eyes of blue; My heart leapt out And away it flew!
Afar I went, Yet here she stood. Mere steps away, Where God said she would.
Laughter came When we did chat; All hours of night About this and that.
Deep in love We both did fall; More so each day Would our hearts enthrall.
“Lucky me,” I’d say to her. “Compared to you, I’m a mangy cur.”
None of that, She’d let me say. The same she felt! So we met halfway.
Never felt A love like this; And more it grows With each lovers kiss.
A group of diverse friends drive up to a cabin in Lake Arrowhead to celebrate the 4th of July. I’m not the only one that thinks this sounds like a horror movie, right? Unfortunately for everyone else, it turns out that I was the killer. And I *really* get into my roles. O_o
While this is not something I personally created, I wanted to share it with you on my main Tumblr today. :)
It’s my 33rd birthday and I celebrate it with a fun adventure and an epic birthday party! Follow along as I get in trouble for filming in Starbucks (and find out what flavor frappuccino I ordered) and have a little too much to drink at Timmy Nolan’s Tavern. All while wearing a paper Burger King crown on my fedora.
“Memorial Day Sunset” Settings: 50mm and 1/250 at f/1.8 (ISO 200)
This is the Memorial Day sunset over the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. I took it just two hours ago. The panoramic is composed of 14 separate images, brought into photoshop for stitching. Aside from that and basic balance (bringing up shadows and lowering highlights), this scene is exactly how it looked in real life. I am extremely proud of how this image turned out.
Join us on our current adventure to the outdoor film screening, music showcase, food truck eatin’ event called Eat.See.Hear. We sample the wares of Babe’s Badass Burgers and Coolhaus, take in the scenery, and watch Ted on a big outdoor screen on the outskirts of Downtown Los Angeles.
“Looking Away” Settings: 50mm and 1/250 at f/1.8 (ISO 200) Featuring: Aaron (me; self portrait)
This is the photo that I’m currently using as my profile avatar all over the internet. This came from a wedding reception I attended a few weekends ago. My friend, Andy, was also in attendance and I knew he’d be able to get some good shots of me, so I asked him to snap my new self portrait.
In post, I blew this out. I just brightened it up to make it really stand out and be immediately recognizable. (My last avatar was taken at night and ended up being a bit dark when shrunk to the size of a digital postage stamp.)