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Joyce and I got to work on a short film by Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers and Actors Camp alumni William and Morgan Willer ( It's a Life Worth Living, " There").

It's now available for viewing:
REFLECTION from William Willer on Vimeo.

We we...
01.08.19 11:47 AM - Comment(s)
McKenzie (left) and Rachel on the
set of "Milk and Oranges."
McKenzie Harris and  Rachel Marley were my students together at the  Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp (RMCFC) in 2016, where we produced the short film " Milk and Oranges."

This January...
12.20.18 10:02 AM - Comment(s)
I had a great experience playing the role of Charles, who--throughout the film--interviews the main character about his life, which is very much worth living.

Joyce and I saw It's a Life Worth Living as a part of the International Christian Film and Music Festival, which was hosted online this ye...
04.13.18 08:49 PM - Comment(s)
With three of our alumni,
Joyce Swingle,
Gwendelynn Martindale, and
Morgan Willer.
Due to some logistics issues we were not able to get the word out in a timely manner about our early bird special to some of our potential acting camp students at the  Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp. In...
01.15.18 03:31 AM - Comment(s)
Joyce and I joined my former students William and Morgan Willer who directed and produced the short film, "There."

Joyce served on crew, and I played a father in search of his daughter during a storm who finds that he has to decide between getting her to safety and bringing a woman in la...
11.28.17 09:11 PM - Comment(s)
This year at the Rocky Mountain Christian Filmmakers Camp we produced a short film, "Felicia's Pledge," which follows another character from the novel In His Steps. I got to reprise my role of John Gray and Ken Lawrence, the director of Film Camp, reprised his role as Pastor Henry Maxwel...
07.15.16 02:42 PM - Comment(s)