The (Creative) Life and Times of J.G. Jerome

Video Work

After the death of their child, a couple processes their loss in different ways.
Special thanks to Allana G. and Malcom C. for helping to bring this vision to life!
Both are from the Nine9 Talent Agency.
I’d also like to thank James Scheffert and Justin Ruiz for their help with the story.



This was my most difficult shoot logistically in my career so far. (Some Hollywood producers reading this might think otherwise).
Because the event was during work hours I wasn’t allowed by my boss to shoot it with my cameras. My brother (who is decent with my cameras) wasn’t available either so he couldn’t do it. I ended up reaching out to a friend, that knew a freelancer, who could come and shoot. I made lots of phone calls and cashed in some favors that week.



This is where I work. One of my bosses (I have 3 of them) wanted a video showing his colleagues what the Audio-Visual Support Center (AVSC) does. They loved it!



A while ago I was messing around in Autodesk Maya, which was around the time when Mission Impossible 3 came out. This was my attempt at an action scene. Not bad?


Photo Credit: Pexels.com

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