The new Justice Conference Promo launched today! KILLER poetry, cinematography, animation…you name it! It was a blast working with Micah Bournes, Jerod Wanner, Eli Odegaard and Nate Salciccioli again! Check out their facebook page for a chance to win free tickets to the conference today!
This killer video was played during Session One of The Justice Conference 2012. I scored it and lent a hand mixing the sound effects, music and voiceover. It was super fun working with Jerod Wanner, Nate Salciccioli, and Micah Bournes again ::
Micah doing what he does best: being awesome. Here’s his latest from a Sunday morning at Antioch ::
I may have posted it before, but this video is SO killer, and it’s about to reach 3,000 views. Congrats, Micah Bournes!
“The Voice of Justice,” the video I scored with Reed Reimer is currently featured on page 64 of Neue Magazine! Click the screenshot to check out the article.
Here’s the video, in case you missed it ::
My friend Micah Bournes is one of the most talented people I know. He just uploaded two new singles from his upcoming album Failing in Love…DEFINITELY worth checking out.
This video I scored with Reed Reimer for last year’s Justice Conference hit 5,000 views on vimeo last week. Pretty exciting!
Next year’s conference is gaining some huge momentum: it’s being held in Portland, OR, and organizers are expecting around 3,000 people to attend! AND, Francis Chan is headlining the speakers. Should be a SWEET event.
Here’s my latest film score, a collaboration with Reed Reimer ::
In this one, we used a brand new software plug-in called Stutter Edit. The most obvious stutters we used were the effects we put on the piano starting at 2:40. The program is incredibly easy to use, worked perfectly, and isn’t even that expensive at $149 if you buy it before February 28th. Plus, you can download a ten-day trial if you aren’t sure it’s the program for you.
Here’s the video ::
We were pretty pleased with the way it turned out, especially considering we banged it out in one fifteen-hour scoring session. Props to the cast, writers, and crew! What a fun project!