This article goes out to my fellow creators and outlines three principles for art: don’t be too dumb, don’t be too smart, and know who you’re creating for.
Category: How To’s
Helpful guides to improve your skills in film-making, writing, acting, and more!
4 Reasons Every Young Filmmaker Should Take High School Drama
Are you a teenager who wants to work in film someday? Take high school Drama classes. If you’re not a teenager, keep reading anyway. Read on to learn why…
Acting Advice for Amateurs (Guide)
This week I wanted to share tips from my acting process, cultivated over the last ten years. Hopefully this guide will help any aspiring performers out there.
How To Improve Your Writing and Storytelling (Guide)
Interested in writing a story? Well here’s a a handy dandy (though not comprehensive) guide to help you along.
6 Simple Rules For Criticizing Other People’s Work
From unhelpful comments, to soul-destroying harshness, good critiques are hard to find. Today I offer 6 rules to help you constructively share your opinions.
How to Make a Film with No Budget and Limited Crew
Hi you! Yes you: A prospective filmmaker daunted by a lack of personal means. Don’t fret! Read ahead to learn our best tricks for no-budget filmmaking…
Don’t Be Like Me: A Control Freak’s Perspective on the Creative Process
I’m offering important advice for any prospective artists/ creative personalities out there. Find out what I do wrong and how you can learn from my mistakes.