Tuesday, February 2, 2010

quarter rest studios

I finally have a place to showcase all of the commercial studio work I've been doing for the past five years (can't believe it has been 5 years). and that, dear internet, is something worthy of posting on theworstweblogintheworld. t.scott did all of the web design, just as he did for our awesome {t}photographic website.

check out the new site: quarter rest studios

more exciting projects going on than I can list. so far this year (it's only february 2) I've worked on a commercial for the us. postal service, finished a record, have been working on a film score, have been working on an ad campaign for a client in atlanta, and have made incredible progress (nearing the finish line) on the next red mountain project. and many more projects in the pipeline, including a full length documentary about SPORTS. which I find of course ironic and awesome. I did the trailer for it a few months ago (featuring shaquille oneal and matthew maconahay) and it apparently made it past pilot approval - now to work on a 90 minute documentary film.

a friend asked me last week "brian, when you were a kid, what did you want to do when you grew up?" and I smiled and said "I wanted to compose music for tv and movies". incredibly grateful for the work I've been given, and hopeful for what is yet to come.

I've still got a lot of photography work going on, and I also have lots of other things going on in my screwed up head about life, relationships, what is real and true and good, but for now, a bit of celebration about the quarter rest milestone.

thanks for reading -


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