A team and I took on the 48 Hour Film Project for 2015 in Cincinnati – and although we’re a little ways from a final piece we’ll enter in festivals, it was a great experience. Read more about our project at the blog post here.
As you may have already read about, over the weekend I chose to lead a team through this year’s 48 Hour Film Project for Cincinnati, Ohio. The premise is simple – on Friday you’re given a genre, a character, a prop, and a line of dialogue, and on Sunday you have to turn in a completed […]
A common question I see in ecommerce shops is someone trying to create a scaling shipping cost with a minimum fee. That’s a complicated way of saying it, but here’s a few examples of how it could be implemented: “$2 shipping & handling per product with a $10 minimum” “Orders under 10 pounds are $20 […]
Just as the last film is entering the meat of post-production, I stand up like Rocky at the end of Rocky V and face my protege – I didn’t hear no bell… That, or I’m just a glutton for punishment. Every time I do a film I swear it’s my last, and every time an opportunity […]
This year, we recorded the Heart Mini marathon on March 14th and 15th – more information to come!
From October, 2014 to February, 2015, I wrote, planned, produced, and edited a series of horror short films in partnership with DAFT – a UC Student Theater organization typically associated with stage plays. Not only did this encourage collaboration between a huge variety of students from engineers to marketing majors, but allowed for many students […]
This is an open letter to the members of DAFT Theater – an excellent UC Student Group with whom I’ve been working with in creating a series of short films. Regular techies, check out this blog post to tide you over. Hey everyone, It’s Danny here, going to give one final status update on the […]
The other night, I finally got the chance to see The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, the last installation in Peter Jackson’s three-part adaptation of the J.R.R. Tolkien classic. I’ll come clean which might upset some purist fanboys – The Hobbit has never been my favorite work by Tolkien. I love stories of grand […]
As a member of the WooThemes Ninja Team, I spent time over the summer of 2014 revamping their WooThemes Video workflow process and kickstarting a series of video initiatives that will continue with renewed effort continuing into 2015. Taking consumer feedback and impressions gained from the WooThemes Community, we started a WooCommerce 101 video series […]
In November 2014 I was lucky enough to attend the WooCommerce Conference in sunny San Francisco – working with the A/V team as the director and camera operator, we created an upbeat promo video to show just what everyone missed out on. Used in this shoot: Canon 6D Rode VideoMic Rode Handheld Mic H4N Recorder […]