Keystone - Who Holds You Together?

Keystone is the latest short film I produced. Written/Directed/Composed by the wonderful Ian Foster, Keystone explores the story of one man visiting a place known as "Keystone" where your memory is implanted into your mind before you start to lose the memories due to age, disease, etc. 

When Jack begins to forget, he visits Keystone, an organization with an unlikely mandate: making your most important memories truly ‘unforgettable.’ When Jack begins to recount moments from his life in an interview, he reveals the bond he formed with one particular woman, and the importance he has placed on their story.

The film brings thoughts forward, resonates on an entirely different level than any film I've ever worked on before. Please enjoy the teaser trailer below and visit the website for more information: 

2015 NIFCO/Telefilm Picture Start - KEYSTONE

I'm proud to announce that I will be producing another short film through the 2015  NIFCO/Telefilm Picture Start program - Keystone, a short film by Ian Foster (@ian_foster).

Keystone is a film about a man with a fading memory who wishes to remember his truest love. The film was written and will be directed by Ian Foster, a tremendous storyteller and musician with a style all his own. This will be Ian's second short film in the Writer/Director role, his first film One More Song screened at the 2012 Atlantic Film Festival was independently produced. I am equally excited to be working with Cinematographer Adam Penney (@adampenney) on this project - a man with an amazing eye for capturing beautiful images.

Split The Rock Launches!

Newfoundland is my current home and my latest project is a Newfoundland Travel Web Series with Candice Walsh.

The amazingly brazen and adventurous Candice Walsh of Candice Does the World highlights sites and sounds of her home province with this series via her YouTube channel. She's joined by fellow blogger Cailin O'Neil of Travel Yourself.

I'm currently editing the rest of regional videos but you can check out the first epsidoes here:

Follow us on YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook as we #splittherock across Newfoundland!