My friends Becky Meyer Pouchot and David Karner are two of the most talented people I know.
For the writer, creativity lurks somewhere between one’s mind and the keyboard. Initially it is alive only within that secret space. Unless the writer chooses to put it out there, it will stay alone in the bits and bytes of one’s computer.
This weekend I got to crawl out of my writer cave and be part of a totally different type of creativity: movie production. I was honored that in spite of my limited photography abilities, I had the opportunity to document the day long shoot.
Watching my friend and film director David Karner, a graduate of SCU, on the set made me appreciate the creative intensity of such a job. Throughout the nine hour day David stayed focused, gently moving us all though the tasks at hand.
David and his cameraman worked closely, discussing angles and lighting. He also kept a close rapport with the actors, recognizing each of…
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