As a creative producer, getting to come up with ideas, develop stories and work on scripts is my heart and joy. I love it. Another big part of being a creative producer is logistics, which is often not as fun as scripts and stories. Most of the logistical work ultimately gets done by the line producer, production manager, and assistant directors, who are hired by and work with the producer to make sure the production happens as hitch-free as possible. A lot of the time, those jobs are considered non-creative, but I beg to disagree. There is creativity involved in logistics, especially with low-budget filmmaking.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the connection between body and mind; how one’s physicality affects one’s mentality and how this rel..
Fresh blueberries from this summer, now frozen in my freezer
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We are now heading into the concluding weeks of the Spring semester. Time has been measured by the number of ..
Quantum Theory definitively says ..
Director of Photography, Ian McAvoy, takes a moment to visualize for the film, At Papa’s.
This semester, I embarked on a huge journey…
A great thing about being a member of the Dance/Movement Therapy & Counseling program at Columbia College Chicago is that..
I want to make sure that you are never at a loss for creative currency. I want to make sure you know how to brainstorm.
The beauty of continuing my education at Columbia is that I still have an opportunity to express myself artistically . Each year, the..