One Year and 8 Minutes

It doesn’t seem real, and it’s already now just past a year since “8 Minutes” debuted to the public. I was and still am particularly proud of its editing style, meshing together three music songs to convey an evolving history of the earth, a sped up lifespan and one outlook at 5 billion years ahead, Read More …

Point Shoot ‘n’ Eat – 108 – Total Mission Eclipse

It’s the newest Point Shoot ‘n’ Eat with Garett Thomas, pointing out the eclipse from the Mission District in SF during the 2017 solar eclipse with his GoPro, and using a shoebox to view it safely! β€’πŸ’«πŸšΆπŸΎπŸŒ–β€’ Ring Of Fire β€’ This was undoubtedly the most fantastic natural phenomenon I've had the honor of experiencing. Read More …

Now on IMDb: “8 Minutes”!

Welp, awesome. The same day the Electoral College selects Trump to officially be President-elect, my end-of-the-world evaluative short goes up on the Internet Movie Database. If that’s not saying something, I don’t know what is! http://imdb.com/title/tt6343648/ Nonetheless, please enjoy “8 Minutes” below: “It’s the end of the world as we know it…” -R.E.M. http://directorG.com/8minutes

Shared from Space.com: SpaceX’s Mars Colony Plan: By the Numbers

Recent data-filled plans were released by SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk last month for how his company can proceed toward launching a colonization project toward the Red Planet: Mars! Sounds ambitious, right? Think about it, though. Consider what’s in store for the future of our own planet, Earth. The Sun, in 5 billion years, Read More …