Monday, November 19th, 2012
I am currently available for employment in Film and Video production. I have worked as a Grip, Camera Operator, Sound Department Assistant, Production Assistant, Teleprompter Tech and Editor. I have received certification in Kenny Chaplin’s Production Assistant Training Seminar and in Dan Aller’s Grip & Lighting Workshop.
Below, I have included links to my information on the Idaho Film Bureau’s crew database as well as my LinkedIn page. Please feel free to contact me as needed.
IDAHO FILM BUREAU CREW LISTING
Thank you for your interest. I look forward to working with you in the future.
Friday, March 2nd, 2012
I have been horribly remiss in keeping this site updated. So my apologies to those who might be following this and, I guess, to myself for not taking this seriously.
Things have been fairly slow in most respects. I have been without a full-time job since September 2009 and without steady freelance work since December 2010. My last piece of freelance was in August 2011, working as a grip on a two day shoot for TLC’s “How The Lottery Changed My Life.” I’m looking for work in all sorts of areas and endlessly tweaking my resume to make me look appealing as a potential employee and not quite as old as I really am.
One the good side of things, I have had a new grandchild come into my life since my last post. Harlow Carris Reeves was born on February 9, 2011 and she is pretty damn awesome. She’s just turned a year old and I’m babysitting her quite regularly. Which is about the only work I can get anymore. Her older brother Killian is usually pretty great with her, but sometimes being a three-year-old gets in the way. Oh well. i’m certain things will mellow out with time.
I should be writing or doing some sort of creative work in this downtime that I’ve had, but Son-In-Law Joe introduced me to Fallout: New Vegas and that has been a lovely distraction. I’d tell you more but I’ve got this quest to continue…
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008
Killian Strummer Reeves was born at 4:42am this morning at St. Luke’s by c-section. He weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces (not as huge as we expected) and has long dark hair. Jina was having a really quick labor (which began when Obama’s acceptance speech ended apparently) but the baby had started going into distress during the contractions, so they went the c-section route. It turns out his umbilical cord was too damn short and he was basically getting bungee’d back into the womb when he tried to escape. Jina said he has a bit of a conehead to show for his efforts. Mom and Dad need to get some nap time but are otherwise fine.
Photos will be forthcoming, of course.
Happy Guy Fawkes Day!
Saturday, January 12th, 2008
How many web domains must someone have? Is it required for any new story idea you start writing? Or for any post-lottery win business enterprises or what have you? Well I think I’m up to nine now. Sheesh. If only GoDaddy.com didn’t make them some damned inexpensive to buy!
UPDATE: Though they both go to the same place, the new websites ZED EFFECT and ZED DAWN are both live. I’ve barely started writing this damned thing and the websites are live. I’m a sad, sad man.
Monday, December 24th, 2007