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In 2014, I wanted to make a Noir film with eggs, so I did. Who Killed Eggins?, is my favorite film from the EMagnusTV Era (2010-2014), where I learned a lot about filmmaking without any real knowledge or education. In 2014, I would have been 16 years old. While my peers were going on dates, … Continue reading “Who Killed Eggins?” Remastered and Recut
It's getting around the time of year when I made my first film, The Bench, so I decided to make another silent short film. Phantom, tells the story of one man's strange bathroom experience. I some how manage to shoot it all in the family bathroom without being interrupted or caught. I live with six … Continue reading I Made A Short About Pooping
This is a public service announcement. Everyone that is reading this, go see Synecdoche, New York, as soon as you possibly can. It is my new favorite film and touched me greatly. The film was the directorial debut of Charlie Kaufman. I love every Kaufman written film I have seen, but this one is definitely … Continue reading Go watch Synecdoche, New York!
In September of 2016, I shot a documentary short about bird banding. A whopping NINE months later, I now have a cut that I like. When I completed the production of the film, I had a Dell laptop with an Intel i7 processor, 8gb of RAM, and a subpar graphics card. The screen couldn't even … Continue reading Lessons From Editing a Documentary Short
How To Play the Slide Whistle, is my most viewed video that I have ever made. It was released on January 3rd, 2011 when I was 11 years old. At that time I lived in Jackson and had a lot free time (obviously). I was homeschooled at the point, and I was just learning to … Continue reading Slide Whistle Wellness
This past weekend, I ventured with my family to Lexington, KY to see Elizabeth Bussey compete in the youth division of the Extreme Mustang Makeover. So naturally, I borrowed a Canon Rebel T6i and the Canon 18-135mm lens from work to capture the event. In my infinite wisdom, I didn't borrow a tripod with a … Continue reading Mustangs and Mistakes