In Silicon Valley, the word “patent” has taken on an unfortunately negative connotation, most notably in light of the Apple vs. Samsung kerfuffle. But what about patents and the arts?
A chica. A church. And a scarf. Here’s a sneak peek of my new short film “Morado” shot on location in Loreto, Baja California Sur. Te amo!
There was (of course) much tomfoolery to be had, with full grown adults, including your humble narrators, willfully playing the part.
Director Jonathan Cenzual Burley (The Year and the Vineyard) sits down with Stark Insider to talk about filmmaking, surviving with zero budget, directing.
2013 saw Gina Gallo balancing a new family (twin girls), a growing wine empire, and the day-to-day minutia related to the tireless enterprise of winemaking.
In this interview with Loni Stark, wine entrepreneur Jeff Smith discusses how a “leftover box of dynamite” sparked his imagination, and a new, swanky, hipster lounge.
1st rule of Loreto Bay: You shall own, walk and love at least one dog.
Watch this jaw-dropping aerial footage from an octocopter shooting Andrea Blum’s ‘My American Pantry’ regional foods project.
Loreto landmarks and locations in “Soul Searching” include: downtown Loreto, El Rey del Taco (the best taco in the world!), City Hall, the Malecon and Sea of Cortez, and the Misión Nuestra Señora de Loreto (Baja’s first mission).
I wasn’t happy with the initial results of this painting “Among Giants” – it was too drab, nothing popped.
Someday soon I’ll be down again with Blackmagic Cinema gear in tow. For now I’m shooting these segments–Farmers Market, Sierra de la Giganta, Taco Stands and more–with the brilliant Canon 70D.
Peacocks served as color inspiration for Amaluna. Imagine a peacock’s tail being used as a paint brush. Rich swashes of greenish blues. Violets. Golds.
All told, 17,897 ‘Peanuts’ strips were published making it “arguably the longest story ever told my one human being”. The challenge? Bringing the iconic Peanuts gang to real life.