I’ve been involved with filmmaking for over ten years now. In the last 5 years I’ve been more involved in the production side of things. As I’ve gotten more comfortable with operating the camera and editing, I’ve also gotten more comfortable with photography.
Primarily I started with candids and inanimate objects but, over the past couple years, I’ve developed an interest in model and portrait photography. It’s, in some ways, more nerve-wracking because you have to actually interact with someone else who is also nervous because their photo is being taken. This has held me back from doing a lot of model-based photography but if I found a couple people patient enough to try some stuff, I’d love to play around with different locations and lighting techniques.
If you’re interested in working together or you need portraits, let me know. I’d love to try some new things.
The guys from 123 It’s the Podcast interview some of the Jamestown locals on a Thursday night downtown.
If you’ve been coming to the Jamestown Arthouse Film series, I want to thank you. Next month’s films include two indie films created by a couple friends of mine: Matt Croyle and Michael Leo Centi. Potential Inertia is a film about facing the world and dealing with loss when graduating college. The main character has a lot of emotions to deal with while coping with everything the world is throwing at him. The Last Campfire Tales is about a group of friends who go camping on Friday the 13th and one by one learn that some stories are best forgotten.
If you haven’t come to see a film as part of the Jamestown Arthouse Film series, I want to invite you to come check it out and join our community of cinephiles. For more information, you can always check out the Chapel Theater’s Facebook page.