Some people have addictions and obsessions, some more than others.
Here is a web series that I had a small role in. (I’m at the end). Super fun to be apart of this!
Directed/edited by Brynden McNew
Camera Operator/Music by Weston Conat
Production stills from a short film tentatively entitled “Brooklyn”
Director/writer: Scott Uyeda
Camera: Cameron Carey
Sound: Jon Golobay
Female Bum: Trish Egan
Female Pedestrian: Kori Kajitsu
Male Pedestrian: Brynden McNew
The Dog: Nori
Here is a short that I wrote. We filmed it out in Estacada, OR. We filmed and edited it in less than 24 hours. Pretty impressive. We had a really great crew and I hope you enjoy it! Happy Halloween.
Be safe, be peaceful and know your rights.
Here is a video I made of the general assembly for Occupy Portland. I encourage everyone to follow this protest as it unfolds in New York and also in their own city. We are at a historic point in our culture and I’ll do my best to document/post what I can. I plan on participating in the event in Portland on October 6th. For more information visit www.occupyportland.org or www.occupytogether.org
Here we are, over a week into fundraising and we are off to great start. We still need a lot of help and support but I have no doubt that we will reach our goal. Filming the promo was pretty tough. We had a decent size crew, but only 2 days to film at 3 locations. We learned a lot. We shot on the Oregon Coast because of its diversity in activities and its shear beauty. Even after we filmed, there was a lot of confusion and grey area as to where we would want to take the show, BUT we have that all figured out now.
The shows’ idea started one day when Andrew was telling me about how cool it would be to travel with your friends and film a reality show. I sat him down in front of the camera and drilled him with questions. He can talk for days, so it wasn’t hard to get information out of him, however it became clear to me that I needed to interview the other two cast members. After interviewing them, we had a basic structure of the principle cast. The hard part was planning the promo, because we had no money. It was the cast and crew members (myself included) that took money out their wallets to pay for the activities, food, gas, equipment, etc. that was necessary to shoot the promo. We got a lot of footage. It wasn’t easy piecing together a short promo to demonstrate to potential investors (YOU) that we know what we are doing. I hope you’ll take a minute or six to watch our promo videos and suggest it to friends.
If you like what you see, don’t be afraid to pass these videos on and don’t be afraid to donate. Honestly, even a $1 is a step closer to our goal and if by Sept. 10th we do not reach our goal of $13,000 all donations will be refunded. If you have any questions about the budget or about the show in general don’t hesitate to ask me email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos by Brynden
We are currently working towards creating a reality travel show, the working title is “The Dangerous Adventure Show”. Everyone involved worked very hard on the 2 day shoot on location at the Oregon Coast. I look forward to sharing more, stay tuned!
A photo of the Cast and Crew.
Day 2 photos-
Day 1 stills
I went to Rosario on the 24th of March to participate in the Day of remembrance of Injustice and Truth. More than 30,000 participated in the 20 block march that ended at the Monumento de Bandera, near the river. Here is the video I put together of some of the photos and video I shot.
It’s been almost a month since I switched internships and I have to say that so far it’s been for the better. Villa Constitución is a small town about 45 minutes by freeway, or an hour and a half by city bus. It’s on the same river (Río Paraná), just upstream. The town itself does not have a lot of excitement, but the people are very warm and welcoming. My new living situation is perfect. There are two houses for one large family. I live with Pablo and his mom in one house and in the other house, Luis, Vero, and Eva, their four year old daughter. Eva keeps me pretty busy when I’m at home, making up new names for me (so far she has called me, Flecha con papel, Nico, Lardon, and Karla), playing a game that she always wins, and swimming in the pool.
Apart from the family I volunteer for an organization called Engranajes. They are apart of a larger organization called the CTA. The organization is responsible for running a kindergarten, a co-op, which provides food and other catering events, actives in poor neighborhoods, etc. In March, the kids will be coming back from summer vacation which will help me get a better idea of how will the organization works. So far I’ve been painting the school/office, working on videos/website for the organization, and general cleaning. Here is a video that I edited for the organization (the drumming is a traditional music from Uruguay called Murga)
Here a couple of Photos I shot in Villa Maria. The photos are some of the members of the group known as Quijotada. They stand for social inclusion. Many of the group members come from varying degrees of wealth, some very, very poor and others not. The group prides itself on including everyone regardless of physical ability or status.