Monthly Archives: June 2012

Your Edit on the Big Screen: The Traumatic Experience of Baring it All

When a dire situation is at hand, an cuddly little animal called the hairy frog (or even more affectionately, the horror frog) intentionally breaks its bones to form claws. Another creature called a horned lizard creates pressure in its nasal … Continue reading

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Atlanta Cutters Cameo

Even though I’ve yet to make it to Atlanta (other than a few frenzied minutes running from one terminal to another in the airport thanks to Airtran, more than once), I managed to make an appearance at Atlanta Cutters last … Continue reading

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13 Ways to Shoot and Edit Better Industrial Videos

Industrial video is a majority of my day job right now, and has been for the better part of three years. I’ve edited training videos, advertisements, and video blogs, and I occasionally have to go into the field and shoot. … Continue reading

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Films That Inspire: EditfestNY 2012 Ponderings

This June, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend Editfest NY. It was my first time visiting New York City (spoiler alert: holy freaking crap it’s everything I ever wanted), and I even won a free ticket from … Continue reading

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Demo Reel Debate: What’s the Best Practice? MY not-a-reel strategy.

A topic that always seems to create a big debate: the demo reel. Specifically, an editor demo reel. On one hand, it needs to be short right? So people will watch it? So string together some cool sequences and set … Continue reading

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