In the third installment of The Panel Jumper, Cole Hornaday discusses how the character of Fu Manchu came to be prominent in the Marvel universe. “Drop dead awesome. That was sheer excellence.” -Paul Gulacy Written by Cole Hornaday Directed by Ben Laurance Starring Cole Hornaday as The Panel Jumper Mike … Continue reading
The Doctor and his companion encounter a familiar enemy, and things don’t work out so well for the Doctor in the end. Click here for Episode 1 and Episode 2.
In the second full episode of The Panel Jumper, Cole Hornaday attempts to unravel the curious history of OCTOBRIANA. Written by Cole Hornaday Directed by Ben Laurance Starring Cole Hornaday as The Panel Jumper Mike Gilson as Manager Mike AJ Epstein as Petr Sadecky Jaime Roberts as Trina Robbins Kendra … Continue reading
Join Cole Hornaday – aka The Panel Jumper – as he leads you through the muck to discover just how and why swamp men became a thing of comic book lore. Written by Cole Hornaday Directed by Ben Laurance Starring Cole Hornaday as The Panel Jumper Mike Gilson as Manager … Continue reading
An excerpt of Michael Fiore’s “Get The Girl Code” video sales letter. [note: who knows how these things make it onto YouTube through unofficial channels, but I chose this avenue as opposed to sending you to the sales letter page because, well, sales letter page]
The Doctor picks up another willing companion, only this time the excursion to a far off distant world doesn’t end so well. Click here to watch Episode Three! Find part one here.
Road trip time-lapse footage with accompanying animated map. Time-lapse road footage from Seattle through San Francisco, Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Austin, Oklahoma City, Denver, Salt Lake City, Boise, and back to Seattle. Seventy-six hours of footage condensed to 13 minutes, with an original score by The Half Brothers. In the summer … Continue reading
Three promo videos for the Annex Theatre late-night show starring Seattle-based crabgrass band The Half Brothers.
I’m testing out a new After Effects script that automates the kinetic typography process, essentially cutting down 30 minutes of work into about 3 minutes. Pretty fantastic stuff. Problem is, do clients want this kind of style anymore?
I produced, along with Brandon Ryan of MAP Theatre, a video for Seattle-based Central Cinema to fundraise for a projection upgrade. They successfully raised over 110% of their goal.