Since this is really the inaugural post in my live site, it might seem odd to title this post changes, but it’s pretty much been the word of my month so let me tell you why it’s appropriate. After 3.5 years working at Transport, and for a variety of reasons, I’m venturing out into the freelance world. I’m both nervous and excited for what this means both professionally and personally.
Professionally, I’ve already started doing some contract work for a local shop called Goat and Yeti and am editing a really fun documentary for a local filmmaker. I will also be working in a cooperative environment with my friends at Limbo Films to continue to develop my skills as an editor, director and producer.
Personally, I am also happy to announce that this summer I will be producing and directing a short film, written by and starring my dear friend Caitlyn Larimore, called The River Bride. I’m thrilled with the opportunity and we will have some big announcements to make about our project starting next week. I also plan to use this platform to blog about the experience as it unfolds, so be sure to check back often for an opportunity to see me spew set lingo and watch as I slowly, but dramatically mentally unravel throughout the process. Here’s a little tease of the film from some promotional photography we shot over the weekend: