"God Bless America"
Dragon Ball GT Demo
Making movies has been a lifelong desire of mine. We never had a video camera growing up but we did have dad's 8mm camera (which could probably be mistaken for a radar gun these days). And somewhere hidden deep in my parents garage behind the walls of National Geographic magazines lies that 8mm camera with footage on it of a tiny Lego spaceship flying in front of a starfield painted on black construction paper.
I've always loved movies. Indiana Jones. Close Encounters. E.T. Star Wars (the REAL Star Wars, not the prequels, and definately not the "new and improved" Star Wars where Han Solo doesn't shoot first). These movies, stories and characters helped shape a generation of kids, including me. They made archeology the coolest profession on the planet (as long as you had a whip and the right hat). They ensured the population of Earth that there were little green men from outer space that were not interested in destroying the planet. Most importantly, they taught us that the good guys always win. We could use a few more movies like that at this day in age, sometimes we forget.
Well, I never got around to moving out to Hollywood and stealing that Oscar from Spielburg, but I did put together these short movies about my life and my family. And again, what started out as a hobby has crept into my professional life creating commercials, demos and company videos for different companies I have worked for.