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  • Resume Material: Photography Session For Aubrey Anderson-Emmons

    This is for my overall resume content, as the title indicates. As of writing, my freelance professional career is extremely open-opportunity and I try to do anything I can actually pull off and get paid for. One awesome opportunity is that I got the chance to meet and act as a photographer for Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, who is famous worldwide for playing "Lily" on ABC's Modern Family, on April 2017 at the Balloon Training Institute who was, at that time, a client of ours at my main weekly contract, Brainstorm Cafe.

    The event was a coordinated effort between Brainstorm Cafe, Balloon Training Institute and Kent Emmons, Aubrey's father and a client of ours at Brainstorm Cafe and it was both a business opportunity as well as something of a tribute to the Emmons' who lost a major property they had called home in Gatlinburg, TN, when the wildfires of 2016 swept through the mountains. I didn't personally interact much with Aubrey as I was there on a professional capacity to see the Institute and interview the Spring 2016 graduates, but I did get to act as a photographer for the event.

    I took many photos, but these are the only ones we can find for now that are attributed to me.

    It was a fun little event and Aubrey was a lot more relaxed and didn't give off any air of Hollywood pretense whatsoever. I was kinda shocked how tall she was.

    BIG News! Ocremix's Seiken Densetsu 3 Project Moves Forward!

    Further reminder that I don't typically post blog articles unless I really feel like I have something to say, so you know I've got something to talk about now!

    After so much god-forsaken time, we have finished the mastering for the tracks on Seiken Densetsu 3: Songs of Light and Darkness and they are in OCR top brass hands. We all know Ocremix, who just this last week released their 62nd album, is extremely efficient at getting projects released once all the music and art is in and done, so I estimate it would be a matter of months before this 12+ year old project is finally brought to fruition!

    I'm 33 years old and I've been on this project effectively 1/3 of my life so far. :P

    Meteo Xavier is credited to 4 tracks on here, 2 of which are collaborations with other artists. I was also instrumental (pun maliciously intended) in getting other help and things going as needed for other artists and tracks, such as getting my brother Jackson to do some guitar work on a track when even professional guitarists fell through to do it. My work on here ranged into a lot of things to get it done in my official administration as "Assistant Director". A lot of it was very frustrating (as you might imagine going whole YEARS trying to get otherwise simple things done) but the drama and time is worth it once it actually comes out!

    Stay tuned for that here and at www.ocremix.org.