So, what have you been doing last year? Now 2015 has ended, I want to write a bit about a project that has kept me busy for the most part of last year. This project began sometime in August 2014 when a couple of friends asked me if I would like to participate. They are […]
A lucky find Some time ago I bought a Yamaha EX-5 on eBay. As it was located close by I drove there to pick it up myself. While talking to the seller she mentioned she had more stuff for sale. The Korg DW8000 was the only thing I was interested in. I tested it and […]
The project Last weekend I shot the last short film for a project that started in November of last year. A brass band will be performing brass arrangements of famous film soundtracks in a theatre. While the music is performed a short film of that film will be projected. Every short film is based on […]
I shot this image on iPhone while taking an evening walk a couple of days ago. Processed with Pixelmator and Fotor.
Today is the public release of my short sci-fi film “I Want To Believe”. It’s a film about a man who discovers that what he believes is actually true. This knowledge however, comes at a price… “I Want To Believe” is my first narrative short film which I finished in January 2014. The film has […]
With the festival run in the back mirror it is time for the public release of my short film “I Want To Believe”. The release date is set for July 1st! It has been a long journey. A quick recap. September 2012: Screenplay done October 2012: First day of shooting January 2013: Second day of […]
I received an e-mail from the head of organisation of the Cellu l’art Short Film Festival with the invitation to be part of the Shock Block section of the festival. Cellu l’Art will be held from 21st to 26th April 2015 in Jena, Germany. My short film “I Want To Believe” was recommended to them […]
I made this photo on a nice winter day. Playing around with the Pixelmator app on iPad I created this abstract alternate version of it. If you are processing photos on your iPad I do recommend checking out Pixelmator. It’s a great app which gives you a lot of creative possibilities.