Our latest in comedy short -“Hair of the Dog”. We’ve all seen what happens to werewolves on a full moon…but what about the morning after? That’s what we’ve tried to present here. We imagined it was a lot like being hungover – you did things you don’t remember, or perhaps you regret, you probably don’t feel well, you fell asleep somewhere you normally wouldn’t, and lord knows what else. Sean and I recorded this on a long Saturday, improvising far too many takes and hammering it out, making ourselves laugh more than you probably will. Regardless, give it a watch, and if you like what you see, head on over to YouTube and give it a proper vote. Special thanks to our friend Ken Lee for his amazing performance.
Here’s my favorite documentary piece I’ve done so far. It’s a piece on the Baltimore Station Band. After spending the day with them, they all opened up for me in a way you can only hope for when entering a situation with camera-in-hand. I went in expecting a fun little music-driven piece. As a matter of fact, after the band was finished practicing, I thought I was done shooting for the day. They asked me if I played any instruments, and eager to get behind Brian’s set, I told them that I played the drums. Though I was nervous, I played with a band for about ten minutes, just jamming and improvising – having fun. After this we all felt a lot more comfortable with each other, and they sat down and started talking. I grabbed the camera, hit record, and the rest just unfolded as you see it below.
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