Oct 2014

New Comedy Show with Ragamuffin Director

Nothing happens quickly in making movies. So in the time between projects, Ragamuffin director David Schulz wanted to do some comedy. So together, along with Groundlings acting school peer writer/actor Michael Klimkowski, a skeleton crew, and a revolving door of cast members, we launched a new YouTube channel.

When it’s something small and nimble like this, we all get to wear several hats, and so my responsibilities are as a producer, editor, special effects, color grading, mixing and mastering, AC, grip, sound recording, web design, channel graphics and artwork, and the list goes on. But I’ve been really happy with how the edits have turned out with me cutting a first take, then the two of us working together on fine tuning it, finding better performances, and getting the tone right.


We released our first sketchisode earlier this month, just in time for Halloween, called, “Do you believe in Ghosts.” And then this week we finished the first episode in a mini-series called “Friend for Rent.”

If you are expecting something akin to Ragamuffin, please don’t… This is mostly absurdity. But well-worth the ticket price (FREE) as we feel together there is a talented group of people giving their time to make this something funny and special.


So please checkout one of our first two videos I helped produce and  edit.