Kudos for the 1970s!

A self-professed film nerd, my childhood was shaped in the 1970s by TV shows such as The Six Million Dollar Man, Wonder Woman, and The Incredible Hulk. Before the advent of DVR’s and video-on-demand services, watching these pop-culture shows required careful adherence to the TV schedule (Same Bat-time, Same Bat-channel!).

My craving for fantasy and sci-fi fare was also satisfied through the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Bram Stoker, H.G. Wells, the great Stan Lee, and Bob Kane. The works of Ray Harryhausen piqued my interest in special effects storytelling and paved the way to pursue media production as a vocation.

In college, I experienced a dramatic conversion from Star Wars to Star Trek as my entire dorm watched episodes together in the lobby before dinner. I have become a profound authority on the Star Trek universe and a prodigious collector of Trek merchandise.

I cut my teeth in creative media production as an audio engineer for a children’s radio program. With the introduction of the Macintosh computer, I realized my dream for video editing and visual effects compositing. Today, I focus on brand development and content creation.

Through this blog, I hope to share my experience on everything from movies to comics to literature (and let’s not forget LEGOs and paper modeling).

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