On an all-new episode of Can You Not? (Forgot to post it on here the other day. Whoops!)
Hey all! I directed a music video for my good friend/roommate/podcast co-star Jesse (under his moniker JesseParadice). Please enjoy and visit https://jesseparadice.bandcamp.com/ for more of his work.
Plus we're now on iTunes as well! Give us a follow.
This week my girlfriend Bryce and I literally made poached eggs. That's really about it. Also Bryce loves Alton Brown. Enjoy!
So I took several of my friends/fellow filmmakers with me to show my movie Billie Bob Joe at the Helios Film Festival in Cincinnati, OH, about a four hour drive south of me. It was quite a blast, not the least of which was due to the breathtaking spectacle that was Jungle Jim's. What might that be? Find out by watching.
Also, I got to see one of my personal heroes, Paul McCartney, play in Columbus several days later. I need a new Bucket List now.
My friends Jesse, Amber, and I are starting a podcast! Essentially, it's just us chatting about a topic each of has brought to the table for ten minutes. Watch the launch video below and then feel free to listen to an episode or two to give us some feedback. Cheers!
Hey I'm actually on schedule again! Let's see how long that can last.
Now that my latest movie is finished, it's time I continue on my merry way as usual. Oh except I'm transferring to a new school and a new apartment and a new whisk. Changes!
If you'd like to see the movie, watch the video below to learn out how. Basically you can go to the Billie Bob Joe tab at the top of this very page and fill out a form to watch the movie.
Finally–astoundingly–I forgot to post my 5th Anniversary special on the website here back in July! And it's the biggest and grandest yet! Feast yer eyes.
Cause we're one month from premiering Billie Bob Joe! Check out the trailer!
When I did a recent interview at a local radio station, a fellow there mentioned Terry Lee Goffee to me and helped me arrange this interview. Terry is a Johnny Cash tribute artist, and is known internationally for his work. He also happened to be a great guy! Check out my interview with him below.