New Film Dates!

Coral Reef Task Force Volunteer Ricardo Laureano points at a newly attached coral in Puerto Rico
Coral Reef Task Force Volunteer Ricardo Laureano points at a newly attached coral in Puerto Rico

Hey people! I’ve been busy with scheduling, budgeting and proposing my next film to several people in the business, and I think I’ve recruited a fantastic fellow director/producer who will help me find funding all the way from New York! I won’t say too much about it, but I’m really excited about what’s coming next.

On a quick note, I want to mention this before I get too into writing about the next phases of the documentary about coral reefs. I was recently, I was contacted by a reader with wanting a few tips on his film idea and to see if I could put him in touch with people in the business here in Puerto Rico. I thought that was a pretty awesome thing. Like my first official “fan mail” from a fellow writer. So, if any of you feel compelled to write, or comment on here, please feel free on doing so. I want to hear what you have to say…well, read what you have to write 🙂

Okay, back to film! Later this month I’ll start filming the next documentary focusing on coral reefs around Puerto Rico. I’m really excited about this project because it will feature a lot of underwater shots and I love those. Although the funds for the film weren’t raised. I will go ahead and make due with what I have. Until my fantastic new producer can get me some funding. I believe in this project and I’ll do whatever it takes to bring it to fruition. So, filming will begin late May and will continue up until November.

During these dates, you, my awesome readers and followers, will be able to enjoy a lot of behind the scenes photos; short videos on my Facebook page; quick notes on this site about what I experienced during the day shoot; and updates on other aspects of the film.

I leave you with this, until I can post the first update on the site. I look forward to seeing comments from you guys!


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