This past Easter Sunday, SoCal hip-hop group The Rezinators announced the release of their new music video and song “Get Me Down.” I was fortunate enough to be invited to the making of the music video. The music video was Produced by Apollo V and Directed by Cannanvision. It was a small cast and crew […]

via BTS of The Rezinators music video “Get Me Down” — Ticket2Ride Music

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I volunteered at the Desert Rocks Film and Music Event in Hesperia, California last September 2014.  I shot the special guest lecturer videos which covered a variety of topics related to film production. Video’s were shot using my Panasonic Lumix GH2. Lecturers were as follows:

David H. Lawrence XVII – Actor, Producer
Known for Heroes, My Name Is Wallace
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0492712/

Bill Blake – Special Effects Artist, Actor
Known for Planet of the Apes
Wikia: http://planetoftheapes.wikia.com/wiki/Bill_Blake

Kenneth Hughes – Actor, Director
Know for Bad Dog and Superhero
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002998/?ref_=tt_ov_dr

Cat Elrod – Makeup Artist
Known for The Hungover Games, Bad Ass
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3112634/

I created a playlist with the videos on my YouTube channel:

Video’s edited by Cesario Lopez / CL3 Productions:
http://www.cl3productions.com/#!

About Desert Rocks Film and Music Event:

The Desert Rocks Film and Music Event (F.A.M.E.) is an annual festival hosted in Hesperia, CA. The festival highlights independent films, music videos, up and coming rock musicians, and comedians. Film festival submission are open to U.S. and foreign films in these categories: Feature Films, Short Films, Documentaries, Animation, Student Films, and Music Videos. The event also hosts local art and food vendors along with activities for children.

For more details regarding F.A.M.E please visit http://desertrocksfame.org/Desert_Rocks/Home.html

I’ve been having fun practicing shooting video with my new  Panasonic DMC-GH2 Digital SLR Camera. I decided to make a webisode to help strengthen my skills with the camera and my editing skills. It’ll consist of my days/nights out in Hollywood and elsewhere, interviews, short films made from extra footage, and whatever else comes to mind.  It’ll be a weekly episodic posted on my YouTube page, which is a YouTube Content Partner Channel.

My new webisode is called “Mo’s Boozy Bits.”

Tag Line: I like booze, bars and talking to strangers.

You may view the 1st episode “Meet Ale Truckee” below:

Thank you for watching and I hope you enjoy it.