It’s not everyday your work is seen/heard at a major league baseball stadium, but that’s what happened with Facing Nolan last Sunday. The Ryan family and others were there for a pre-show Q&A and our brave director, Bradley Jackson, got to throw out the first pitch for the Rangers/Braves game earlier in the day. Rangers won, 7-3, by the way!
Always fun to get to premiere something in your home town. Facing Nolan is a feature-length documentary about living legend baseball hall-of-famer Nolan Ryan. We spent over a year gathering this project’s content and it’s a good one.
Recent review here.
This was a rushed little one-off, but I was really impressed with Ben Schwartz’ ability to be sick as a dog and rally through an intense afternoon shoot for Dos Equis.
Got to return to the awesome Bracken Bat Preserve for American Spring Live. Always a blast to work with Fran (the director of the preserve) and Skip Hobbe, our camera dude.
Got to spend an extraordinary Easter actually hunting for hummingbird eggs with an awesome cat named Harold for American Spring Live.
Got an extra $40,000 laying around? Clone your cat!
Was fortunate to get to spend the morning on Ladybird Lake with the lovely lads that comprised the group Hers. Tragically, they were involved in a fatal highway accident in Arizona just a few days later. Way too young.