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I originally started out as an actor in Virginia. Somewhere along the way, that morphed into being a stockbroker in Los Angeles. After performing in countless productions in Los Angeles theater, I've turned my energies into directing. A year ago, I directed...
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I originally started out as an actor in Virginia. Somewhere along the way, that morphed into being a stockbroker in Los Angeles. After performing in countless productions in Los Angeles theater, I've turned my energies into directing. A year ago, I directed the Los Angeles premeire of "Something Wicked This Way Comes". Recently directed "The Mystery of Irma Vep. My latest project, "Succumb" is a sci-fi steam punk short. https://www.blueridgepictureshome.com
Reviews by jpsheets 43
A review of Dark Places in the Sunshineby jpsheets on 11/28/2011Interesting short, some good stuff going on here, interesting images, shot selection. Technically however, there were a lot of over exposed, unfocused shots in this short. Maybe that was a technical choice but it was distracting and took focus away from the story. Story wise it's a little confusing. I wasn't sure if the stalker guy was a figment of her imagination or not... read
A review of God's Acreby jpsheets on 11/28/2011An interesting short. I think the shots were a little peculiar especially the first two, shooting up at your subject. Nothing wrong with that, but the shots didn't seem to match the story. Also, you limit yourself with the one set with everyone in the dark. Story wise, it seemed to be on the nose. A father kills all three of his sons? Seemed as though the filmmaker was... read
A review of Aislingby jpsheets on 07/12/2006This one is tough to review. It looks to me to be an experimental short which I thought was very well done by the way. But it's tough to critique in the traditional way with a beginning, middle and end. That being said, I thought the lighting was extremely well done. The colors really popped on my computer screen, almost looked like you were shooting HD or something. I'm... read