I like buying old games ❤ often, I buy them in bundles and end up with duplicate items. So… I’m selling them, and YOU get to have first dibs!
So I’ve been avoiding Hamilton since it came out. The hype was too big, and it kind of turned me off to seeing it. Recently Natalie was assigned by her work to check it out on Disney+, so naturally I sat through it with her… haven’t been able to get it out of my head since… so much so that… well…
My son is a big fan of anything car-related. He’s a beast at Mario Kart 8 on the Switch, so naturally, when I got my hands on this classic Gamecube Game, I had to get him in here to try it out with me. It was great fun XD
This was a project that was fully shot and produced, however something did not follow through during post-production, and it never saw the light of day. Directed by my friend Israel Rojas. It was a great project, and we had a great time shooting it. The only thing produced was a trailer.
This was my project that I turned in for my Directing 2 class at UTPA (now UTRGV). It was so exciting – I made the mistake of not having taken a video-editing class prior to this, but still. I’m very proud of this project. So many feels.
This project includes 4 sections! So, I actually shot too much for everything to fit under 15min (as required by the course) So here are time-frames of where the sections begin
- 0.00 – What I turned in for a grade
- 16:21 – The ending scene (following previous events)
- 20:40 – Additional scene that was removed from video
- 22:38 – Behind the scenes
This project was directed by my friend Mark Rodriguez during our college years. It was such a treat to play one of my childhood-favorite characters, the Cowardly Lion. Enjoy
This short film was intended to be a series of shorts that fell through in production. It was created and directed by Dulce Navarr.
My good friend and fellow alumni of UTPA (now UTRGV) directed a scene from Kevin Smith’s film “Dogma.” I had a great time acting in this bit. Enjoy!
Dennis T. Rivas had had this great idea, and turned out to be a hilarious feature in the style of The Office, or Parks & Recreations. I had a very small part near the beginning, but I still recommend giving it a watch if you’re into this style of comedy. UTPA All-Star Cast!
My scene starts at about 5:28