A close up of Ashbot's power cell backpack thinger.
...and of course the joys of ugly 90s plaid.
I'm about to release a music video. Watch yer drawers.
Sometimes, after you cut, that's when magic happens.
Apparently Germans love robots, or possibly the depths of outer space, because my film The Long Slow Flight of the Ashbot just won Best Sci-Fi short at the Berlin Short Film Festival. I'm glücklich!
Snagging some Immortal Jellyfish re-shoot shots to fill in some edit gaps in post....
AKA, a congrats card for getting into the Berlin Short Film Fest.
The Long Slow Flight of the Ashbot is headed to Berlin for the Berlin Short Film Festival. It's right around the corner now -- July 3rd. If you happen to be in Deutschland... give it a go!
Screenings are at Kino 2 of the Babylon Cinema n Berlin-Mitte. Tickets can be purchased at the box office 20 minutes before the screening, for €8 per person.
Here is my block:
Friday, 3rd July
Block 3 – 6pm
The Long Slow Flight of the Ashbot (Colin West McDonald)
The Critic (Alexander Tuschinski)
The Least Evil (Elisa Unger)
Gateway to the World (Delia Gyger)
Deadvolt (Laurie Clemens)
Magic (Konstantin Rall)
Børn Af Dagen (Amir Rezazadeh)
발자국들 (Kevin Saychareun)
Rio das Moedas (Larissa Redondo)
The last month my life has been fully consumed like a bowl of taters on Thanksgiving by this show which I had the pleasure to work on with a really amazing crew of folks. It's essentially a show about the making of short films. DocuReality as some may call it.
Been working a pretty intense shoot for the last little while and for a little while longer so my posts have been waning, but alas so it goes. But I did just post a series of Unit Still Photos from an awesome shoot I was on a few weeks ago: GILT cha cha cha check it.
The 22nd annual Chicago Underground Film Festival put my short film We Were Not Made For This World in their lineup for their final day, Sunday May 17, at 2:00PM. My short film kicks off the program titled "SHORTS 10: proud of his scientific attitude" curated by Emily Oscarson.
For your viewing pleasure -- this year's reel.
Thanks to Robot Space Brain for posting about We Were Not Made For This World back in January!
Film scan of the titles for The Immortal Jellyfish.
Production Still from a music video I shot a few years back. Awakening by Anna Hebblewhite.
A photo I took out in Jackson Hole this winter -- Migrating Elk.