Here we have some raw footage and blooper highlights from several of my video projects. You can see how we look without a different background keyed in, and maybe somebody might find that interesting. I brought in a little of my work with miniatures in film to show the scale of these tiny worlds I have had the pleasure to run around in. The footage also shows a little of how Jack Schmidt can lighten up a set. That’s me in the werewolf mask, having a dance between takes. I would be in more of these, but I usually film all the parts I can film by myself after everybody else goes home. We also get a snippet of my mother in my hypothetical movie Trailer, “The Knutcracker,” and a shot of my honorary Key Grip, showcasing my Boom, made of parts from his hardware store. In the final string of shots, we can see “Evie,” in one of the most adorable yet frustrating shoots I’ve ever done, for a hypothetical commercial, “Jell-O Daze.” Her father was incredibly patient with her over the several hours we tried to get her to say she doesn’t like green-beans, and then throw them in the next scene: She didn’t want to, because she did, in fact, like green beans, and didn’t want to throw them, but eat them. It took pudding, patience, and a “Frozen” doll, but that was my first actual shoot with a child subject, and I learned a lot.