Blog

Visionary Artist: Stanley Kubrick

Posted on
Stanley Kubrick

Only a handful of artists have had as significant of an impact in their field as Stanley Kubrick has had on cinema. Beginning in photography, he showed an innate ability to display subtly powerful images that left his audience in awe. He was able to tell stories in a way that invoked passion and stimulated […]

Blog

United Airlines: Welcome Aboard (Until You’re Not…)

Posted on
United Airlines

The power of images should never be underestimated, particularly by businesses. Images are easily associated with brands and they stick to the minds of consumers. This is why companies have massive budgets for advertising campaigns and departments dedicated to public relations. As United Airlines has learned far too late, sometimes disaster control is necessary to […]

Family

Beauty and the Beast

Posted on
beauty and the beast

Perception is reality. Everyone carries their own perception of good and bad movies which evolves over time. Subject, genre, mood, and many more factors can weigh in on your perception of a films credibility. In watching remakes, I use some perception gymnastics to attempt approaching a film at an untainted angle. The 1991 Beauty and […]

Documentaries

The White Helmets

Posted on

I admire many things, and as you can tell from my writing, powerful images are one of them. It’s been a while since I have seen anything as powerful as The White Helmets. Despite being heavy (more on that later), and in subtitles, this is a documentary for even the most sitcom driven viewers. This […]

Blog

Life Changing Images

Posted on

It isn’t often that we see something that fundamentally changes the way that we see the world. Some experience these moments more than others. It takes a highly powerful image with a potent message to bring about a life altering experience when viewing it. This situation can either be organic or manufactured, but the outcome […]