A Mission of Mercy

I spent a big portion of my August shooting and editing this video for the Missouri Dental Association’s Missouri Mission of Mercy. This was a free two-day dental clinic held here in Columbia. It was truly amazing to witness volunteers transform people’s lives, literally putting smiles back on their faces.

Friday Links for August 21

I’ve been wrapped up in a project these last couple of weeks, but I did find time to read a couple of great articles that I thought were worthwhile. Enjoy!

How to Overcome the 3 Fears Every Creative Faces
If you work in the creative space, this is a must watch video. I probably should watch this every day.

A Person You Should Know
This is a pretty cool site I stumbled upon. It’s a catalog of interesting people across the internet that aggregates the things that make them worthwhile to know.

Coffee: Owners Manual Pt. 1
Alton Brown takes you to coffee school.

The 4 Phases Of Developing Your Creative Voice
By one of my favorite authors on creativity Todd Henry.

Links of the Week

I’ve been super busy with a project but here’s some links that I think are worth your while.

Hard Drive Reliability Stats for Q2 2015
Wondering what hard drives you should by? Check here first.

Screenwriting for Documentaries – Shoot first, THEN write?
“To apply our screenwriting to the documentary process is to be keenly aware of the universal human hunger for storytelling. It’s in our DNA. It’s how the sum total of our traditions and history and knowledge was passed down from generation to generation long before the written word ever existed.”

Faith in Winter
This is really beautiful in several different ways.

A Crash Course in Color Correction Using Premiere Pro’s New Lumetri Color Panel
Don’t know about you, but I’ve got some catching up to do.

How ‘Mission Impossible’ Editor Eddie Hamilton Cuts Mountains of Footage into Finely-Tuned Action Features
Truth –> “There are no shortcuts. You’ve got to be thorough to make it good.”