Monday, December 24, 2012

Greetings and Merry Christmas!  This post is to announce that I have some really great things planned for 2013!  I look to release some new and improved productions throughout the year, including several interviews.  One of the first things I have lined up is an in-depth look at a local restoration of an extremely rare WWII fighter/bomber.  All of the attention has been on New Zealand's Mosquito restoration that took its first flight in September.  However, very few people realize that there is an original Mosquito (bomber version!) being restored in British Columbia.  Also, I am hoping to get some interviews and a few status updates on an original A6M3-22 Zero with an original Sakai-21 engine here at Paine Field.  They've been making great strides in its progress.

In the meantime, enjoy this video I put together.  Please, share your ideas as to why you think we should (or shouldn't?) keep these warbirds flying.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Here's a fun spotting video from this summer.  This video features an IL-2 Shturmovik, B-25D Mitchell, Boeing 777, 787, and 747 LCF!  A little bit of something for everyone, all in one afternoon! :-)

Monday, December 3, 2012

Ok, so I'm not so great...

OK, so I'm not so great at the whole blogging thing!  Sorry!  From time to time I will try to keep this thing updated with projects I'm doing.  It's been a very FUN, and BUSY summer and fall and now it's time to start preparing for the next year.  I've officially made video my primary medium now, and am actually trying to "crowd-fund" a fancy new camera to help improve the quality of the videos I provide.  Being practically unemployed (substitute teaching) there is no way right now that I could afford a brand new professional-quality camera.  So far folks have been incredibly generous, and I am encouraged that I can actually meet my goal by next summer!

At any rate, I've been reading, and watching tutorials and trying to learn everything I possibly can about film making.  I'm hoping I can start enough projects to keep me busy throughout the summer months. 

Anyway, I've added some "widgets" to the blog here so folks can donate to my new-camera fund.  If you don't want to donate, you can still help support me buy clicking on all of the ads in my YouTube videos! :-)  Also, check out my Photoshelter website.  That money also goes toward the new camera, and that way you also get a beautiful photo! Win-win!

Thanks for your time!