Category: Family

First Praise and Worship Recording at the New Studio

I can’t call this the first shoot here at the new studio (we did a green-screen shoot with a DC artist for a project a couple days before), but it is Erica’s inaugural green-screen, praise-and-worship recording for online church services. We have recorded them at […]

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Mixed Media: Fatherhood in The City (2003)

In 2003, I had only been a father for a couple of years. I spent all my time with my son, not just keeping an eye on him, but fully engaged and enjoying the experience. I was able to see myself and my wife, in […]

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Excel’s Chapter Review: Narnia (12/7/2009)

The kids were always welcomed to hang out at the old studio on Illinois Avenue. This day, Excel came into my office after reading to give me a review of a chapter he read in one of his Narnia books. He was walking and talking […]

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Truth Won an Art Competition (12/2020)

When her personality started to evince itself (around 10-months), I started to think that Truth was a better version of me. We have a lot of similarities, save my almost overwhelming set of issues and utter goofiness. She is finding her voice in math, science, […]

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Family Portrait (12/2019)

A few months before the stain of the pandemic hit, we had ventured home to Pittsburgh as we had always done during the Holiday season. Every other year or so, the Prentice’s (my wife’s family) corral the family together and schedule a photo session with […]

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The Ride Home: Theme Song and Project (8/2019)

I joined Facebook in 2008 and had no idea exactly how I should use it. I didn’t get comfortable with it until 2009 and I would post everything. I think all old-heads go through this phase, posting plates of food, when they woke up, weather […]

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Can Luck Be A Superpower? The Case of Domino (5/2020)

We’ve done a lot of bike riding during this pandemic (it’s still not over at the time of this posting). We’d ride through the city, averaging at least 13 miles every time we rode. We’d also do the trails around Maryland as well, sometimes going […]

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Getting Some Fresh Air During the Pandemic (4/2020)

The struggle most of us face during this pandemic is losing the freedom to be anywhere other than one’s home (if one is fortunate to have one). We are a family that is more often everywhere else except home, so we struggle to sit still […]

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Visiting the Joy Reid Show (2/2020)

We had the extreme pleasure of being able to sit and watch a The Joy Reid Show in Washington, DC at the WRC-TV studio thanks to a kind gesture from our friend, Big Chess (Chester Reis). While I appreciate the wit and skill of Joy, […]

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Testing the New OSMO Pocket with Truth (12/2020)

I just purchased the versatile, pocket-sized gimbal from DJI: the OSMO Pocket. This thing looks to a real asset for some upcoming productions. It’s feature packed, so small it doesn’t cause a stir, and has a pretty decent image for such a small device. I […]

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