View more #7x7s at http://mikeambs.com/7x7 1) Watching Alexandra work on the sound mix. 2) Picking up some food for the pets - Xander found a way to entertain himself. 3) Gino showing me his amazing new camera. 4) Working on things at the office. 5) Playing a game that Xander made up - we say / make-up a story one word at a time by going around in a circle. 6) Relaxing by the pool not too far from Joshua Tree. 7) Poking around abandoned cabins in the dessert.
View more #7x7s at http://mikeambs.com/7x7 1) Stopping Next Fest for a Kickstarter panel. 2) Ender getting his nails trimmed for the first time. 3) Hiking around Griffith Park and taking photos - all of us got a bit soaked by the giant park sprinklers. 4) Apparently, Maeby loves corn on the cob. 5) Hanging out with friends on the porch. Note: I muffled the audio-mic on a handful of these shots. 6) Erica and I doing what we can to help out an awesome person working on an awesome thing. 7) Erica, Xander and I glueing down his pressed-plants.
You’ve got a great idea for film, and it just so happens to be a true story. Best of all, the main character is fantastic and you can’t wait to get him or her on camera! But once you start rolling, and sit back and wait for the magic to happen — pfft. Your interview is a dud.
A revolution is upon us on Earth to move from a pollution and waste dependent society to one of sustainability and environmentally friendly initiatives. Trees are the lungs of our planet. The more trees we plant, the cleaner our air for generations to come.
Seven years in the making, Aaron Wilson’s WWII drama Canopy was conceived while he spent time in Singapore. Canopy takes place in 1943 in the the Southeast Asian country, which, like Australia, is a former British colony.
The South African artist Peter Eastman has been living and working in Cape Town for a number of years. While working primarily as a painter, it is Eastman’s prints that I find the most appealing. Produced digitally, Eastman creates these by working over photographs.
In an amazing new discovery in the jungles of Mexico, archaeologists have uncovered two ancient Mayan cities, including ruined pyramid temples, palace remains, a monster mouth gateway, a ball court, altars, and other stone monuments, according to a new release by Discovery News.