This video explores the daydream of a teacher on the verge of breaking the law. © It’s the Law!
This is a video I made for the MPA and MENC Copyright Awareness Scholarship Competition. I only managed to get honorable mention in the contest, but I am, still proud of this project. It is probably the biggest project I have done and the one I put the most work into all areas of production (pre-production, production and post-production). I had a lot of fun making it and it turned out really well in my opinion, though I must admit the chase scene ended up seeming a little too drawn out.
This is The Room, remade. Our final exam consisted of remaking the same project that we made at the beginning of the semester. The point was to show that we had improved our skills. Hopefully I did. I added a lot more in the sound department as well as spending a ton of time in color correction getting a softer film look with muted colors to communicate the gritty nature of the piece. You can find my pre test on YouTube.
These are the three Propaganda posters I designed as props for my short film ©. They were featured in the background throughout the film. You can watch the film here.
I have a ton of HO scale train sets that I used to play with as a kid. I just don’t have room to set them up any more and I decided to gift a portion of them away to young friend of mine. But it was not enough to just get a box of used train set. So I made a brand new box to put them in, one that looked as close as I could to a real packaging and that featured the personalized name of “Jordanzo Express.” Each of these pieces went together to form the whole box, but I couldn’t upload the full picture since it was so big, so you’ll have to use your imagination to see how it all fits together.
These are all pictures from the 2011 Wellsville Balloon Rally. My friend Mariah (the official looking one) was in charge of the Main Street Festival which was taking place at the same time, so we all went to see her and then see the balloons. Overall, I think this excursion produced some interesting photos.