Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Class Adventures


Great classes this week so far. Monday we went to Columbia, to the Marionette Theater, where Lyon and Kimi enthusiastically shared puppet making and set design secrets with us. Then, we measured the studio at Media that Matters for a project we are designing for them. They just bought a RED camera, so the students drooled on that for a bit.

Dennis, of Media that Matters, took us to meet an eccentric set designer at his eclectic home. He has an amazing collection of movie stills and art, and while showing us one of his projects, he shot fire out of his finger tips. And no, I'm not making this up.

We also popped into the F-stop, my friend Aaron's new business, after eating some good food at El Burrito. Later, we took a tour of the production offices of the movie Nailed, some good advice from a set dresser and a tour of their art warehouse. We also learned about casting from Tona, and got great input from Lauren in the production office (thanks Lauren, for lining everything up at Nailed - you ROCK).




Drooling continued today with food stylist Cynthia, who showed us how to make fake ice cream. Anthony enjoyed mixing it by hand, and Taylor envied Jon's waffles with melted butter. They look toasted, but are actually just painted to look that way! This class was GREAT.




4 comments:

Jennifer Malone Rodriguez said...

Teach me how to make this fake food!! Then maybe we won't spend so much $$$$ on craft services during the next commercial we shoot together....

nosmallfeat said...

I feel so hoodwinked! I always believed those fantastic meals in print and commercial ads were real! Wow!!!

Anonymous said...

Honey, your students will never be the same. They will judge every prof they have by unbelievable standards and will follow you everywhere....Are you ready?

Heidi Mehltretter said...

Don't you love it when your mom encourages you in public? Thanks Mom, I love you:)