Watch Brewconomy in Charlotte on 3/6

Recently I shared upcoming screenings of Brewconomy. There’s one screening left on the schedule: Tuesday, March 6th, 2018. It’ll be in Charlotte, N.C., at Blue Blaze Brewing. Huge thanks to the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild for making these screenings possible! Get your tickets now. Thank you to Charlotte Five for covering the screening! It was such a pleasure speaking with Vanessa Infanzon for the story. I’m so grateful for the

Free Money Mindset Workshop

A lot has changed for me in the past few years. One of the biggest changes is my money mindset. I used to think that being an independent filmmaker dictated that I had to be a starving artist. This idea was confirmed by fellow filmmakers, articles in the media, and panel discussions at film festivals. It was a negative notion that made me feel frustrated, unsupported, and pretty depressed about

Questions from readers about making movies – Part 1

It’s always a pleasure to hear from readers! I’ve been blogging about filmmaking for 10 years and, seriously, hearing from people who found helpful info here is really fun. That’s why I encourage your comments, tweets, and questions! Today I have a few questions from a fellow filmmaker, Zak, who’s presently navigating the waters of documentary film. He asked to pick my brain in person – a comment request from

Recap: Brewconomy screening in Charlotte

Last night we screened Brewconomy in Charlotte for the first time. It was a well attended screening hosted by the Levine Museum of the New South at NoDa Brewing Co. Huge thanks to both for hosting us! We had a great crowd there, responding to the movie with laughter and cheers. The Q&A following the screening covered lots of great stuff, including the connections between legislation and opportunities for craft

An Interview with CaryCitizen

Recently I had the pleasure of talking with CaryCitizen about Brewconomy, the documentary about N.C. craft beer I directed and produced. Check out the interview here. It is always a pleasure and honor to talk about the work I do. During our conversation, we talked about legislation. Everything I’ve learned proves that legislation has a huge influence on the strength of North Carolina’s culture, environment, economy, community, and art. I’ve always been