In March of this year, I partnered with my friends Ty Migota, a cinematographer with a keen eye, and Amy Enser, an up and coming editor with as much skill as patience… to make a series of videos for a used car lot in Louisville, Kentucky. Why or how Louisville, Kentucky? Well, suffice it to […]
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Visqueen’s “Ward” from Shawn Telford on Vimeo. One night last year, Ty, Nick and I filmed the Seattle band Visqueen at the Crocodile Cafe. Amy put it together and voila! Music video culled from concert footage!
Some friends and I made a video for an AT&T commercial competition. Though we didn’t win the contest’s grand prize, we know in our hearts that we are, in fact, winners! a link to The Smartest Man in the World
Lakedance, the Sundance of Idaho. On Halloween night, “Safe Passage” will play just before a special screening of George A. Romero’s 1968 horror classic “Night of the Living Dead.” They’re calling it “Horrors on the Lake” and they’re absolutely right! How’s that for a trick-r-treat? So, come on all you Spokanites, all you Post Fallsters, […]
Ever heard of Pahrump, Nevada? Nevermind the fine dining and the quiet country atmosphere less than an hour outside of Vegas, this little town with a funny name is a spectacular mix of deserts and mountains with a wealth of outdoor recreational activities including hiking, biking, camping, exploring, golfing, hunting, skiing and horseback riding. Considered […]
Editor Tony Tibbetts put together a trailer as we send our beloved little film out of the nest and into the world. Enjoy.
Bumbershoot is fast approaching and for the third year in a row, I’ve got a film playing 1-Reel. That film is of course “Safe Passage” featuring my friends Khanh Doan, Rob Manning and one of the finest actors of my generation Francile Albright.
As you may know, this year my friends and I had the honor of making a Fly Film for the the Seattle International Film Festival. Our film was completed in April, screened twice during the festival then once at Rawstock. In case you missed those, it’ll play again at Bumbershoot Sunday the 6th of September […]
After a successful two screenings at the Seattle International Film Festival, my third film “Safe Passage” will screen July 25th at Rawstock V. Our little film that could is meeting the little festival that could. Now in its fifth year, Rawstock continues to support the local film community by programming local films. They’re also getting […]
My good friend Seth McOmber is also a self-employed graphic designer. I asked him to come up with some possible designs for the “Safe Passage” poster. Here are three of his best ideas: