Just so the spambots who are the only visitors to this site don’t think I’m dead, here are some updates:
I recently directed a music video for Nacosta. It was a relatively simple concept, but I’m excited to muck around with it in After Effects. Here’s a blurry, un-color corrected still:
Scare to Care, the fundraiser charity I co-founded with my brother, is gearing up again. It’s taking place from May 25-28, and should be a hilarious assault upon my psyche.
Finally, I’m currently looking for new work in the entertainment industry. If you were considering hiring me and you found this site, congratulations. You had the good sense to google my name to see if I was an upstanding citizen of the law. Which I am. You’re also a beautiful person. I’m back in the industry, everyone.
Stay tuned for more updates, robots that crawl this site to check if I’m saying unpatriotic things. Hopefully some big things are happening in my life soon.
Alley Cats are a form of bicycle races meant to simulate the daily trials of a bicycle messenger. The contestants are given a manifest of pickup and dropoff points and must decide the quickest route and deliver the items in the fastest time possible.
For this particular (Thanksgiving-themed) race, we were given a list of several different grocery stores throughout Los Angeles in which to pick up items for a food drive.
Big thanks to Venice Chill Ride for hosting the race, Daniel Lee for letting me borrow his GoPro, and Daniel Alvarado for dragging me out to this and recording extra footage on his iPhone (He’s the guy you see the most in the video).
For about a year I worked alongside my friends Matt and Josh in this tiny office inside of a production company. Since then, Matt took a job at Bad Robot and Josh began pursuing his career in comedy, and I’m the only one of the three of us still at this company. A week or two ago I was feeling lonely, so I made this:
I’m working on a fundraiser with my older brother to benefit Camp Kesem UCSD, an organization which puts on a yearly summer camp for the children of cancer patients. The fundraiser is video game related, and has to do with me crying out of fear over a live video stream. You can find out more about the event on its website.
I was perusing this site’s stats and noticed that a grand total of zero people have visited it in the last month. While I completely expect this, if you see this post and donate to the charity, you’ll have made my life.