Blast from the past ! From that one time I was Slasher in a horror film, I would definitely like to do a character like this again !
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My "action pose" for @torontonewwave !! Come out for a night of fun, with Toronto's film and music scene come together under one roof for the best award show of the summer!! August 25th !! Very big shout out to @thejaquilee for taking this stunning photo !! 😁
I had Commission work from my bud mike @irmao_custom_models he does amazing work!! And he keeps inform on the build as it comes together. Amzing guy to work with, thanks again I really appreciate all the hard work. I look forward to our next project !!
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Big huge shout out to my bud @wyatts_doodles who drew me as my main in Overwatch (Mccree) !! Check out his page for more amazing art!!
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Last night we attended the 61st Canadian Society of cinematographers award show and our project Legacy that we worked on with very talented and brilliant @mattbendo won the category of branded content/commercial and educational cinematography. I just like to say it's been an honor and a privilege to work with such great talent and the boys at trepalm will always be thrill to help on any future projects. Congratulations again matt, we hope that you continue to create fantastic work and continue to inspire!!!
Heroes and Mentors
My first mentor in film was an incredible man named Steve Garfinkel. Steve was well known in film circle, especially in New York. He worked at Kodak for 20 years, and was a legend to film students as he would do whatever it took to get them free rolls of film to shoot their movies.
He taught me so much about film, movies, storytelling, and life. He took me under his wing and gave me the courage to tell my own stories the way I wanted. He pushed me to develop my voice as a filmmaker, and share my films with the world.
These were the greatest gifts a young filmmaker could receive. Steve’s generosity, selflessness, and passion for the art form forever made their mark on me. I think of him almost every day as I look to continuously step out of my comfort zone and tell ever more engaging stories.
He passed away 9 years ago this month (Aug 18th). Mentors are so important in creative fields – if not directly impacting your journey, then even from afar – inspiring you to grow and develop your talents.
Who do you look up to? Who inspires you?
Who motivates you, Who tests you?
Who pushes you out of your comfort zone?
Who helps brush you off after you fall?
Who do you go to for advice, guidance, or just simply hope?
Who dares you to take a leap of faith into the creative unknown?