Everyone, no matter what walk of life or career they’re in, wants to feel like their work matters for something. … More Fame without Fortune – Part 5: Becoming Fearless
For the first time in over 3 years, I picked up a camera again. … More Fame without Fortune Part 3: Awakened.
There’s something interesting about emptying yourself of yourself. … More Fame without Fortune Part 2: Lessons learned.
The part of the “Fame and Fortune” story that no one hears about is the plethora of those who only get the fame, while someone else runs off with the fortune. … More Fame without Fortune: Part 1
When they put me in a director’s chair in front of a tv monitor, I felt like I’d had my arms chopped off. … More Directing from the viewfinder.
99% of people in film/tv have spent or will spend the majority of their careers working on material that nobody wants to watch. … More The Creative Drain.
At some point if you’re going to be not just a storyteller, but a great storyteller, you have to get over yourself. … More Storytelling: The Art of Listening.
This one conversation in my teens had a profound impact on my struggle to rectify my career with my faith. … More How the church quenches the creative spirit.
And then I came to the realization: My life’s work has been meaningless. … More Announcing “Fearless” – Telling the one story that matters.
The notion that buying a piece of gear magically makes you a filmmaker is analogous to buying yourself an Indycar and declaring yourself to be Helio Castroneves. … More Cameras don’t tell stories. They just take pictures.