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The Directors Treatment

While I have been working on the production or should I say pre-production of my scene reconstruction or proof of concept script for my short film “Tattered Pages”, I really racked my brain developing a concise production and post-production plan. I am really happy with what I put together. I think, if I can pull…

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Reflections of…

This is a video for my Advanced Visual Storytelling class at Full Sail University. I was asked to reflect on the course, the program, and an assignment to bring a scene from one of my scripts to life. I intentionally color graded the video in a way that would reflect the story I am going…

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Adaptation

The Nexius Conflict             During my journey through the MFA program at Full Sail University I have been waiting for the opportunity to craft a graphic novel.  It has been a lifelong dream of mine to write comic books.  As an avid reader for the last 35 years, and the host of the podcast, “Wizards, The Podcast Guide…

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Game Lore

Here is an idea I had for the Lore of game in my Writing for Games Course. The planet of Olara was once a beautiful place of sprawling mountain ranges, breathtaking oceans, vast shorelines, and millions of species of plants and animals.  In the time before the spawn of A. I. and the Techno Organic Virus,…

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Writing For Games

Open Worlds Here is an assignment I wrote regarding World Building in Writing for Games: Planet: Olara             In the not too distant future, the planet Olara (O-La-Ra) is ravaged by a Techno-Organic Virus.  Ninety percent of the planet has been taken over by A.I. that has assimilated all of the planet’s resources into binary code.  Seventy-Five percent…

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Stressful times and finding balance.

I recently returned to work after being home for eight weeks on paternity leave after my wife gave birth to our second child. Getting back into the swing of balancing, commuting, work, kids, household duties, hosting a podcast, developing another one, and school has been a real challenge. I developed a method and workflow that…

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