Sunday, November 17, 2013

Finished Filming!

Wow, what a project. I knew going into this that it was going to be a big endeavor. We had a schedule that took over four months. Twenty five days of shooting in two cities. Hundreds of extras on bikes. A great cast and totally dedicated crew. Without those guys I really could not have made this happen. I had a great time making it, and I can't wait to get into post production.


Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Filming Oct. 13th - Last Chance!

I will be filming again this Sunday. We are starting at 11:00 AM at Cal Anderson park. As usual there will be free beer and food.

This is also your last chance to be a part of the movie. So if you haven't got yourself on camera yet, this is your moment. Come on out and have some fun.


Sunday, October 6, 2013

Filming Sunday Oct. 6th

Well, I am at it again. We will be filming again tomorrow. I will be at Gasworks park starting around noon. We will take off a little after 12:30 and ride to Georgetown to do some filming. But as usual we will have free beer and food in the afternoon. All cyclists are welcome.

There will also be anther ride next Sunday. Starting at Cal Anderson at 11:00 AM. Free beer and fun stuff for all. I hope to see you out there.



Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Calling Seattle Cyclists - Sunday Aug. 25th

The filming for Go Man, Go starts up again on Sunday. It should be a fun day. The meetup is at Interlaken Park. We will ride off to go swimming in the afternoon. I am even providing drinks and pizza for those who want to come out for this.

Filming begins at noon on the pedestrian path at Interlaken Park. You can see exactly where on the map below.

So if you want to meet some people, drink some beer, and even ride your bike some, come and join in.


Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Start of Filming

Well, we started filming a couple of days ago. I was able to get all the approvals and paper work in order. After a year of planning. I am so excited to be shooting. Here is some video from the shoot we did out a the T-dock on Lake Washington. A big thanks to all the people who came out and had a good time.

There will be more filming in the coming weeks, so stay tuned if you want to come help out. The next couple of shoots should be just as fun, if not quite as exciting.


Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Great Responses

A couple of days ago I posted a request for crew on this website, also a couple of other places. Since then I have been amazed by the positive responses I have received. Thank you all so much.

I have also been, truth be told, a bit overwhelmed. I am still going over the responses right now. So please be patient. I am going to try and contact everyone who has e-mailed me by Friday. Stay tuned for more information. Again, thank you.


Saturday, March 2, 2013

Open Call for Film Crew

I am looking for a few people who are willing to help out behind the scenes on the movie Go Man, Go. If you are interested, please contact me at

I am looking for people who are going to be passionate about the project. If you are looking to try something new in your life, this would be a great opportunity. Experience isn't all that important to me, but I won't say no to a little talent. I also need people who can be relied upon. I am trying to keep the time requirements for people down, but I would still need people for a couple of nights and a few weekend days over the course of the summer. These will also be paid positions, so it should be a fun way to do something new and earn a little extra money.

Here are the positions I am looking for. 

  • Cinematographer: This person will be both the cameraman and direct the photography. They will be responsible for making sure we get the shot. Again, experience isn't necessary. I would rather have someone how is excited about filming. 
  • Action Cameramen: Much of the movie will be of people moving on bikes. I need probably two people who can operate a camera and ride a bike. I am still working on the details. I might go with a small action camera, like a Contour or GoPro. If this sounds like fun to you, let me know. 
  • Sound Tech: We will probably also need a sound tech. Someone who can record the sound on set. 
  • Lighting Tech: Some parts of the film will be shot at night. I am not sure how much lighting we will need to get the shots, but I would like someone who could help out if we need them. This person would work closely with the cinematographer.
  • Assistant Director: The AD will manage the set, making sure that everyone is in place and everything is where it needs to be.
  • Production Assistant: This person would be involved in a ton of different stuff. Arranging meetings. Calling people to make sure they will be on set. Running errands. My guess is this person will log the most hours. 
  • Casting Director: I need a person to help out with casting during April. While the casting will most likely be somewhat informal, I think a second opinion would be quite beneficial. 

If you think you would be a good fit in one of these areas, let me know. If you would like to help out, but don't know where you fit in, let me know that as well. I am happy to work with anyone who is interested.

Again, any questions feel free to e-mail me at

Oh, if you want to be in front of the camera, that is great. I hope to begin casting next month. You can let me know any time, though.