video on a shoestring

Here’s an artifact from my busy summer! Sarah and I were able to collaborate on this vision video for a new ministry start-up. They have a creative idea for reaching out to women who are faced with an unwanted pregnancy and considering an abortion. With zero dollars for a budget, we were able to put…

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My latest article for Crosswalk.com

It’s been a busy summer. There’s a lot in my notebook I need to share. So much, in fact, that the thought of siting down and typing it all out is too intimidating. Thus, I’m going to start posting a few snippets here and there. Here’s one of those snippets: People are actually paying me…

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Off & Running: Week 1

I’m half way to my new year’s fitness goal, but with the year half over, it’s time to get off and running. My task — to run a 5k charity race in October in route to dropping the 10 lbs. before the end of the year. The problem? I don’t run. I think it’s boring.…

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Tony

So, I was cleaning out some old files on a hard drive when I came across some short videos I did for the Salvation Army in my old college town of Shawnee, OK. It reminded me how much I miss projects like this, ones that tell stories about real people.  There’s something about pausing and…

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how far would you go to strike it rich?

How far would you go to strike it rich? My little mini-documentary explores a vast network of underground tunnels begun in the 1800’s by miners driven to pull precious silver from beneath the mountains of Arizona. What prompted them to risk their lives hundreds of feet below the surface of the earth? The history of…

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Finding the Farm

I celebrate the end of my first year at DTS with my GPS…hunting for something off the beaten path. It’s one of my favorite things to do — snooping around places I’d never normally go. It’s called geocaching. You can learn more about geocaching here.

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