I graduated from film school in December, 1974. In 1979, I created and produced a 35mm animated short film about bus ridership throughout Atlantic County, NJ. The innovative film was selected to screen at the Cannes Film Festival and was presented at the same festival that showcased Coppola’s 3-hour film, Apocalypse Now. I had created this animated short with Paul Fierlinger, director of AR&T Associates, a Philadelphia film studio and TV program source for Sesame Street and the Children’s Television Workshop.
We have come a long way since Oxberry animation equipment to the 3-D virtual 360 degree animated CGI world we now embrace. Frankly, almost anyone can create a digital motion picture. I am engaged in documentary film and an ongoing photo-journalism project about the world around me. My films offer an uncensored discussion about current events, historic happenings and strategies for continuing growth and development in a life-sustaining, uninhibited manner. I oppose censorship and governmental intervention in all the arts.
Please enjoy this video that I recently produced: