Posts Tagged ‘Blogging’


October 4, 2011

Classes are going okay. I had (and to an extent, still do) my doubts about the program. It’s online based, but with the exception of one course, there’s hardly any interaction with other students. Maybe my decision was hasty, but I think I’ve made the right decision. Now if I can get some money in the bank.

Next week is Morrisville’s fall vacation. I’m planning on taking a project-related to trip to a small city north of Syracuse. I’ve also been thinking about starting another blog, but I’m not sure for what. I’d like to have some kind of online presence besides this (I don’t want to spoil too much about this movie right now), but I don’t what I’m going to blog about.

Now for some fabulous music from Julianna Barwick:


Things that have crossed my mind, #1.

March 3, 2010

I’ve been giving serious thought to starting a new blog. Not just something where I journal my life or something similar, or documenting a project like this one. A real blog. I mean, a topical blog where people would I would post an item or some commentary, and people actually respond to it. Where I would conduct a survey to determine who is my audience, and using SEO to attract more visitors. In other words, a professional blog.

Maybe I should be thinking about using SEO to attract people to see this movie, or conducting surveys about who visits this site instead.

Hello World!

December 8, 2009

So this is my first post.

I am starting this blog because I am starting to work on a movie that I’m hoping to shoot in the summer of 2010 in Woodstock, New York. My main goal is to both track the progress of the movie, and to keep the audience updated.

I have spent much of the last two years attending festivals, meeting people, and learning a lot about filmmaking and distribution strategies. At this point, I feel confident enough to try and pursue making my own movie.

Unlike my two previous blogs, I’m not going to talk so much about my personal life, so I’m only going to update when some development happens. Which may not be too often.