Final scene tomorrow

Getting excited, about to finish this thing.

Stay tuned.


Editing has begun, also shooting the end of the movie this weekend here in Los Angeles.

Hello everyone, hope you guys have enjoyed the blog while we we're traversing death valley.

We had an amazing time.

We're in post mode now, cutting scoring and coloring.

Stay tuned.

Last Day in Death Valley

Another update as we get ready to leave for some pick up shots tonight.

More pics and things when we get back!!!

The wind is so fierce outside we have had to stay inside. Death valley is a crazy place.

More pics

Chrysalis Day Two

Video Blogs below:

Interested? Well stay tuned. Shooting our new short film this weekend. I'll be blogging the whole thing with pictures and such.

8:45 pm

So we've landed in Beatty NV (middleofnowhereville)

Here's some pics of the trip so far.


New Short Film - A Day At The Races

Shot on a modified PL mount 7D with 20mm and 100mm Cooke PL primes and a Tokina 11-16mm modified to PL.

Read blog for more info: http://philipbloom.co.uk/2010/03/04/shooting-7d-pl-with-cooke-lenses-for-saturdays-la-masterclass/

Music by Loscil
Song: Charlie
Album: Plume

What a day, what a week, what a life.

More to come soon

A Day With Philip

Yesterday, March 3rd, 2010 I had the chance to work closely with none other than Philip Bloom. For those not in the now, Philip is the most recognized HDDSLR filmmaker in the world, but as I write this I can say with confidence that: very soon Philip will be one of the most recognized filmmakers in the world....PERIOD. We had an amazing day, and a great crew. Jarred from Cinema5D, Chuck from Litepanels, Illya Friedman from Hot Rod Cameras who supplied the PL mount, Robert Lehman my close friend and sound man, and of course the man who brought it all together my friend and the owner of RAWworks Neil W. Smith.

I have to say, I didn't know what to expect before meeting Philip. People who experience meteoric rises to fame usually have a screw loose. They tend to be living on another planet, huffing the fumes wafting from the surface of their ego. I know guys I went to film school with who think they are superstars because they have 900 followers on twitter and took a picture with Jason Reitman. For a guy who is the toast of the town with two of the largest figures in the history of Cinema all but sequestering the man, he's grounded, funny as hell and supremely talented. It was a real pleasure working with him and it gives me hope for a new day in this town. No ego, all talent.

Here's some screen grabs of some shots I've graded so far.

Don't miss out on the master class and register now. It's this Saturday here on the Lot.