Friday, May 12, 2017
Whether or not the future of television includes linear broadcast networks of old - it will certainly include streaming services from the internet. To that end Turner has been launching so called "over-the-top" services with "Film Struck" and now "Boomerang". The spots below are 2 of 3 different looks Cartoon Network went with to announce the service to the world. They were fun to put together. And it's always a privilege to cut footage shot by the talented Bruce Hurwit. We had a great team for these, including Writer - Craig Gordon, Color Correction - Chris Cover, Animation by Primal Screen, Compositing - Sean McPherson, and killer sound design by Greg Gause.
Monday, December 28, 2015
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Thursday, November 20, 2014
The good folks at Vimeo must have rediscovered my CN 20th Anniversary montage this week. My first clue is my InBox. It looks like this.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
It's nice to get back to some live action editing. And I always enjoying working with this group of folks. Billy Cone is one of the funniest guys I know. Bruce Hurwit is so talented as a director. The edit was a blast and Fay Salvaras did a wonderful job with the sound design. I hope season 6 for the show turns out a good as these promos.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
I always liked James Garner. My first memories of him were watching "The Rockford Files" He was so cool and down to earth. Later I became familiar with him in film. "The Great Escape" "The Americanization of Emily" and others. He was an actor I always enjoyed no matter what film he was in. Early in my career at Turner, I got a chance to cut a tribute to James Garner, who was then still a busy actor. He had recently finished "Space Cowboys" directed by Clint Eastwood. Mr. Eastwood provided the narration for the piece. It was one of the first pieces my good friend Sean Cameron, now director at TCM put together. A fun piece to work on, and a fitting tribute to the man on the day he passed. I'll miss you Rockford!