Editorial Highlights of 2012
|Monkeyland Crew with director Eric Heisserer (center)|
Cut earlier, released this year
There are quite a few projects I've worked on in previous years that saw some nice distribution in 2012, but if I had to narrow it down to just my top three, I'd have to say that Sushi Girl, Yellow Rock and Climate Refugees make the cut. I've blogged extensively on both Sushi Girl and Yellow Rock and I'm happy to see that both these films have generated much buzz online, with the critics, at film festivals and upon being distributed.
I must include Climate Refugees in this short list because it is the true embodiment of what one would consider a passion project. This documentary - about the "human face of climate change" - chronicles director Michael Nash's journey across the globe, to areas most heavily affected by the massive shifts in the Earths' climate. The sound team and I were really touched by the director's message, and are excited that it has finally found a distribution outlet. The feature documentary was released this past summer and is available now on Netflix.
So, that's it for now! I am extremely grateful for 2012, and I look forward to whatever challenges, opportunities and experiences 2013 has in store for me. I hope each of you find happiness, peace and success in the coming year and in the years to come. Blessings!