I watched the documentary "How to Die In Oregon" so we ended up making this: Lauren is begging her criminal love interest to end her paralyzing misery.
The short scene is part of our free-form Workshop series, where Cut Rush friends gather for a day so that we can work on new story craft techniques, stories, and production workflows. Shot on a Red Epic, edited and colored in Adobe Premiere.
A music video for the once solo artist Jim Herlihy. Check out even more bad ass music he’s making today.
My Director's reel
Chris Burns (comedian) wants to confess his love, and his imaginary singing rat friend may either help him or hurt him.
Ruth (Emmy award winning Blanche Baker) has moved from the 1% to the 3%, so she decided to camp with the protesters. Talk to Ruth on FB: on.fb.me/wpRvu0
Written by Blanche Baker
Raw, uncolored, random clips from the 2013 "Scallywag" short. It's where the people rise and make the corrupt bankers and politicians burn, all to the tune of LCD Sound System.
Trailer #1 for the short Hell Grace. Special thanks to the team that helped bring this together: cutrush.com/the-team/
What if you relived the same day everyday in the home you grew up in, but the actions you take pile up? What if your mom comes home at 6AM and cooks you your favorite breakfast and discussed your day, but then at 7am she tries to kill you. Everyday. This is Day 12 and how John deals with the 12th mom.
I'm a proud patent holder for The Pursuit by Equinox: an in studio cycling experience, mixed with spinning, data, and IOT.
A startup, by Chirag Patel and Van Nguyen.
Our software and hardware platform creates a tailored in-club and out-of-club experience for every single member at a fitness club. It seamlessly integrates into the club to make it truly “smart”.
Imagine having every piece of equipment a member visited, mile ran, and other member granted information like their Fitbit or iPhone health apps. Strivrr analyzes their data patterns to compare to the notes of what the smartest fitness gurus recommend next, and then recommend it or contacts the experts in the health club to assist you. It could show up as a push alert in your club’s app, or update in your wearable, send you an email, and many other ways. It’s customized to fit into your life the way that works for you. So don’t expect healthy living automated to stop while you are in your health club.
In my spare time as a product manager, I collaborate with creative teams to build products.