A Skeleton Puppet, Señor Huesos, has a bone to pick with the evil General Mexican, the Salsa Kingpin. Along the... more
I like to make movies and be creative. I recently Directed Live action scenes for a half dozen "Bob the Builder - Bob on site" episodes, which are starting to hit the Cinemas Nationwide in America and Australia! This was done with...
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I like to make movies and be creative. I recently Directed Live action scenes for a half dozen "Bob the Builder - Bob on site" episodes, which are starting to hit the Cinemas Nationwide in America and Australia! This was done with an all digital Documentary Film Making style. This marks the first foray of Bob the Builder out into the real world, and it’s first Big Screen release. I previously received and Emmy for editing on a project he Co-created entitled Ahoy captain Sid. I introduced the character Señor Huesos in the Documentary, "El Dia de los Muertos." The program received an Emmy nomination for Graphics and animation; and went on to win the Emmy for outstanding Cultural Programming. Señor Huesos lives as a webisode series being pitched to web networks and Brands. Señor Huesos recently received a small distribution deal through Heather Henson's "Handmade Puppet Films" In 2007, I Produced the Animation and Graphics package for season 1 and 2 of "Housecat Housecall," which was funded by the Nestle Purina Pet Care Company and marked their first foray into television. I also functioned as the DP for season 1 of Housecat Housecall. I've been involved with several Television shows ranging from "Laguna Beach," "Viva la Hollywood" to "Housecat Housecall" and "Married on Myspace" I bounce between the Inland Empire where I live with my 2 boys and Burbank where I keep a small office. I'm currently shopping around 2 pilot projects "Food Trucking" and Breaking Hollywood"
Reviews by Jerrold 5
A review of Speakeasyby Jerrold on 01/19/2009I really enjoyed this quick read. It felt like a Simon Pegg or Judd Apatow film waiting to be made. I thought the buddy relationship / Bromance worked well, and the Speakeasy plot was a lot of fun. I thought the Trevis character was right out of Supertroopers or Reno 911. Two thumbs up on the structure. The jokes were pretty good, something that open to some improv could be... read
A review of Hog Butchering at home IIby Jerrold on 01/10/2009I found this book informative, and a breeze to read. It could have been strengthened by diagrams of some of the information. I would love to take advantage of this knowledge if I had the stomach to butcher my own meat, this is a great place to garner information. It should be read by anyone wanting to learn how to butcher a Hog. Sausage recipes would be great since they are... read
A review of The Revenge of the Pinataby Jerrold on 01/10/2009I really enjoyed the film, The concept was very silly. Your poor Pinata must have had bruises. He was raped by those savage party goers! The Music was solid and helped propel the story and the costume worked very well. I give it a 6 out of 10, lighting and snappier editing would make it a ten! I look forward to seeing what you will learn at film school in regards to lighting... read