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Category Archives: Creatives

“A little something creative- like what? Maybe it’s the act of making something from nothing, or to experience an event that’ll pass into memory and never be repeated. Maybe, it’s something that rouses your senses to experience something new…. oh, it’s endless”


Grae Skye Studio films Leigh Glass & The Hazards Live at the LAB

This Lady is passionate! Passionate about her stories, passionate about her friends and family, passionate about herView full post »

Ian Moore performs an “Off the Cuff” performance.

The first time I saw Ian Moore perform was probably 8 years ago, I was amazed at his talent and energy. Since then, IView full post »

2PPM (two people playing music) sneak-peek of Desert Country & Sound album, and almost get arrested doing it.

One of the really great things about Asheville NC and the surrounding environs…. there is no lack of talented andView full post »

Asheville’s very own Music Video Awards night- 2012

I got an email recently from colleague and fellow film-maker, Paul Schattel, whom I had helped shoot a video last yearView full post »

Blind Pig 2012 | “The Rising Sun” | BTS documentary.

Once again Mike Moore and his team allowed me the opportunity to document them as they  planned another amazing dinnerView full post »

Underhill Rose releases the Video for “Who Brought the Sun”

Last fall I got a call from local Director, Cinematographer Paul Schattel with Harrow Beauty Films. Whom I had metView full post »

Blind Pig “Fire & Chocolate” | BTS Documentary

My first experience documenting a Blind Pig event. It was a full sensory experience, blending flavors, smells, sightsView full post »

GSS- The War On Drugs- Live Performance

Fortunately Asheville was on the list of South-Eastern cities scheduled to get a visit from Philadelphia bandView full post »

GSS- Group Doueh’s FIRST EVER N. American performance

I don’t think I can describe Group Doueh’s Music any better than this excerpt taken from SublimeView full post »