At the end of 2017 I set off on my own as a freelance producer after being at Telekinesis Entertainment for 8+ years. The first project I’m working on is as a producer for the TV show Relative Race on BYUTV.
Through the new DS Media company I plan on releasing a book this year, as well as pursuing other film and TV projects.
In January 2018 I joined the team at Lenzworks as a Senior Producer for the 4th season of their award-winning reality show Relative Race. Season 3 is on BYUTV.org starting in March 2018, and Season 4 airs in fall of 2018. (Go Team Green!)
I started a Daily Email for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (or anyone who would want to study The Book of Mormon more…) to build a list of people who might ultimately be interested in the book I’m working on. So yes, that’s a daily email AND a book. Actually it’s probably two books, but I don’t want to get ahead of myself…
Here are some recent interviews about the book that I loved being a part of. Thanks to these great friends for having me on.
LDS S.M.I.L.E. with John Dye (Video)
CEOs Getting Soda
A new web series where I dive into what drives entrepreneurs and founders, the principles they used to get to where they are, and what it is they’re really after.
Coming 2018…hopefully 😉
If that weren’t enough (but it is, though, right???) I started a semi-frequent audio experiment through Anchor where I am doing short audio versions of blog posts and other random thoughts on entrepreneurship, business, film/filmmaking, religion, politics…yeah basically a lifestyle podcast. Is that a thing yet?
You can subscribe all over the place: Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Overcast, or on Anchor.fm, with probably more services coming online shortly. Subscribe on your favorite platform and please share with your friends!
Some of the things I’ve done in the past…
THE INDIE FILM SOUND GUIDE
Back in 2013 I had the idea to write a book about sound for film, partly because the book I wanted didn’t exist, but also to prove that I could do it.
It’s for people interested in film sound, but also for directors and producers who want to broaden their knowledge and skill set and get a deeper understanding of how sound contributes to what makes movies great.
Over the years as we’ve tried to get screenplays financed and produced, and between commercial shoots for our clients at Telekinesis Media, we sometimes need a creative outlet, and youtube shorts have been that for us. Some of my favorite pieces we’ve done live on our channel – here’s three below – but you can check out more at YouTube.com/TelekinesisStudios.