Even though I have loved movies most, if not all, of my life, thanks to my grandfather, Clay Lowe, a former professor of Film and Video at Ohio State University, I did not pick up a video camera and start filming until I was in the eleventh grade at my alma mater, Hilliard Davidson High School. There, Dan Gerdeman and Josh Penzone, my Media Arts/School Announcements teachers, helped to further my passion for film and video, which, thankfully, I still have today. Over the years there have been countless other professors, friends and family members, and they know who they are, who have not only helped keep me driven but have kept me on the right path to pursuing my dreams of working on films and videos, in whatever reasonable fashion. Although these days I'm more interested in writing films rather than filming them. Anyway, here's to those individuals and the future of film and video as well as all media in general. Salud.
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Film (short) by Corey Aumiller (Adventure, Comedy and Mystery) Crew Member Hungry and out of food, a man must once again comically go through old routines in order to avoid starvation. His greatest "ally" is our greatest missing link.
A Wrench in the Plans
Film (short) by TArwood Media / Kyle Reasinger (Comedy and Short) Actor/Script Supervisor A 48 Hour Film Project made in 2012 Plot: Derrik, a janitor at a gymnastics studio, discovers what appears to be a dead body behind the dumpster of the studio. What happens next sets him on a downward spiral of self-sabotage and misfortune. Message me for the password since it's a private video.