Today I added a new gallery for the production of Love's Labor's Lost that I did this summer with GreenStage. This means I spent a good amount of time sifting through production photos, trying to decide which ones to include in the gallery. I’m use to production photos capturing strange positions, funny faces, and awkward moments. For some reason, this batch of photos captured an inordinate amount of humorous expression and all from the same performer. With no further ado,
So this happened at GenCon! The Gamers: Hands of Fate WINNER BEST FEATURE FILM Indy GenCon Film Fest. 2014 I could not feel more honored to have been part of this project. It was an amazing experience and I am so excited that everyones hard work is being well received. ABOVE: The lovely Zombie Orpheus crew
Today is the first day of GenCon in Indianapolis, IN and the kick-off of what I’m calling TrinCon. During the filming of Gamers: Hands of Fate I met the lovely and talented Trin Miller. Trin is a regular con attendee with Zombie Orpheus Entertainment. She has graciously agreed to let me costume her for GenCon and, if all goes well, future cons. Trin has promised me some good photos. I’ll make sure to post them as soon as I can.
In the past I have left all things computer up to others. Of course I know my way around Word, Excel, Facebook, and the like. However, when it came to any sort of programming, setting up networks and routers, or anything that required more that pressing key's and pointing a mouse, I deferred to those with more experience, usually my software development engineer of a husband. I want to make it clear that it was not because of a lack of ability but more as a division of la