Bunkr…has the need for Powerpoint finally come to an end?

Bunkr…has the need for Powerpoint finally come to an end?

I’ve never really been a big fan of Powerpoint. Ever since I got into multimedia, I always found a way to bypass using Microsoft’s boring and sometimes clunky application. I would rather hand code HTML, mow my lawn or give up meat, than create a PP slide deck for a presentation. We are all living [...]

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Made in America – Capital Sunglasses

Been pretty busy lately and haven’t had much time to share my thoughts. But I have been finding some innovative products on the web as of late. One of those hails from the Bay Area. Capital is an independent eyeglass design and manufacturing studio. I have been looking for some wooden frames for sometime and [...]

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Girls, music video, Beyonce….why not.

Sometimes its good for filmmakers to break from the norms of production. Scripts, budgets, egos and talent, can make you want to roll up in a ball a scream. That’s why it cool to do fun projects with a cool crew and an awesome cast. Originally I was asked to edit the music video parody [...]

Shooting an action film…sort of.

Shooting an action film…sort of.

Sometimes it’s great to work on projects that let you be creative. Not that corporate video projects don’t allow for creativity. I recently had the chance to work with the law enforcement organization FALEO on a promo video. When I was approached, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. But after a few youtube examples [...]

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Blackmagic Designs announces it’s 1st digital cinema camera

It’s NAB time and I sure do miss walking the floors in Vegas. It’s been a while since I have had any time to grace the floors of one of the most anticipated events for video and film fanatics. Anyway, I’m definitely waiting for the crew from OliviaTech.com to post their reviews and reports from [...]

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Family time

Lately, my weekends have been consumed by film sets and production. This weekend, was dedicated to much needed family time. We watched The Lorax at Camera 7 in Campbell, which was really fun. The Prunyard are is a great area with a ton of food options, bars, bakeries, cafes and boutique shops. If you are [...]

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Holiday shopping

I’m never the one to start my shopping early. Sure I use online services to get some good deals, but I like going out and seeing what I am buying. I support local brands, and wear them exclusively. They might be a bit more expensive but the quality is much better. The best part about [...]

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Manhattan beach

Manhattan beach

Manhattan is in the East Coast right?

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happy turkey day

happy turkey day

Bringing the turkey fryer up to temp and making sure the house doesn’t catch on fire is the exciting part of the morning. Stay safe people. I have the fire dept. on speed dial.

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Random beauty

Drive through Starbucks are like the mythical Street Fighter 3 machines that we used to search for in the 90′s or more like the Sonic Drive ins here in the Bay Area…they are hard to find. There is one right off 880 in Milpitas,Ca. I stop there for that emergency caffine boost. The coffee there [...]

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Kimchee for your soul

I love Korean food and there is something about kimchee. It’s fermented, its old and its gross to some. But we still eat it. It’s spicy, sour and visually unappealing. Paired with your favorite korean bbq…it becomes amazing!

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Vegas for the Winter

The Bay Area is getting cold! I think its time to get to some warmer climates…like Vegas! Our last trip was awesome and it included watching my boys the Jabbawockeez at Monte Carlo. Their show Mus.IC is an awesome show that combines theatre, dance, music, visuals, comedy and of course…signature Jabba style. I could also [...]

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Time Travelling

2011 is definitely off to a rapid pace. Last year flew by like a g6. So what’s in store for [...]

The Sky is Falling: an impromptu HDR photo trip

My sister and brother in law took us on an unplanned trip up north to Napa Valley. Rain was the [...]

My Christmas Wish List 2010

Holidays are right around the corner and I thought I’d put together a must have wish list for geeks, dj’s, [...]

Vanesa: The Date From Hell

9 years ago, I had a ton of ambition and I never slept a wink. With 8 bucks an old [...]

San Francisco Skyline PSD

Hello, I just thought I’d share my new San Francisco Skyline psd with you. Feel free to use it in [...]

Philip Bloom’s 3 days with the Panasonic AG-AF100

Philip Bloom independently tests out the new AG-AF100 over 3 days. Is this the DSLR killer? Or can the two [...]