The most important thing to me, every morning, every night, whether I’m writing, or directing, preparing something, or singing about it, whether it’s a drive, or a tone, or a hobby, or fun, is to hit hard on one word which only the camera can really do, and that’s emotion. There is nothing that can get as close to an eyeball, where the entire one eye, where the pupil of an eye, can fill up the screen. That’s why to me, it’s one of the greatest arts in the world…
We are now only in the early ages of most civilization and moviemaking, imagine five-hundred years or a thousand years from now. They will laugh at this like gladiators fighting in a coliseum.
Pleased to present this short doc that I made on The Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, TN.
Being around these classic cars all day was an awesome experience and I owe a big thanks to Stewart Schuster for helping out on the shoot.
If you’re ever in Nashville, be sure to stop by and check it out. You won’t regret it.
Thanks for watching and hope you enjoy!
Here it is! I just want to take a second to thank Alivia and Jeremy for being a part of this. I hope that everyone who watches enjoys! If you do like it, please take a second to reblog, so that it spreads around.
This is a very cool mini doc that I shot for my friend, Stewart Schuster. Had a great time in Seattle shooting this and I’m very proud of the work that went into the making of this film.