An excerpt from the never-released Juice Weasels Rough Cuts Bluray disc. I did all of the camera work and post-production.
From 1983 until 2003, my brother and I owned and ran a chain of video stores known as Video Place. This is my homage to that business and the good ole days of VHS video :-)
This video documents the making of the Juice Weasels' I want to Kill You video.
These baby hawks fell from their nest and were then rescued by Karen. After a couple of days of feeding and caring for them, Karen located a local bird sanctuary where we could take them for proper care and rehabilitation.
This is what happens when a bunch geeks get together with a bunch of musicians to make a music video. My brother Tom is the lead singer. Ross Renner, on bass, is the animation genius.
This is an interview I did with Vallerie Mitchell discussing the formation of the MSJC Business & Technology center, the original BTTC Website and billboard in 2006.
This is a video I put together specifically for the grand opening of the MSJC Business and Technology Center. It contains many of the best photos I've taken of the new building.
This video introduces the viewer to the simplicity of the HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
This is a video I did for a class I was taking at Cal State San Bernardino. Later it was used for display in one of the classrooms during the Grand Opening ceremony for the MSJC Business and Technology Center.
Recorded in November of 2011 with post-production completed by Bennett Media in the spring of 2012.
Since my original My World video became much too long and too large of a file to deal with in editing, I cut it down to several smaller vignettes. This video is the second of the four-part series.
On Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 the finals for the Riverside Sings competition were held at Fairmont Park and after the dust had cleared my brother Tom emerged the winner. This is the video of his song shot from my handheld Canon HD video camera.
This is one of the early videos I worked on with the Juice Weasels.
Lovely Rita was the Juice Weasels first concerted effort at a music video. This behind-the-scenes video documents the fun and frivolity which took place during the video recording sessions.
This video was edited together from several band practices I shot with my first HD camcorder. That's my son Rob playing the lead on guitar and my brother Tom doing lead vocals.
This video demonstrates how to use Adobe Smart Objects for Web production.
This is part 1 of 11 of my Network Management lecture for the Introduction to Networking and Data Communications course that I taught.
This video is a lecture I used in my Introduction to Networking and Data Communications class at MSJC which introduces students to the basic concepts of local area networking.
My father passed away December 22, 1996. I created this video for his memorial service.
This video essay contains many of my best photographs of the beauties of nature that I have been exposed to over the course of the last twenty years.
As an amateur photographer I have taken literally thousands of photographs throughout my life. This video is a photo essay of my best sky images taken over the course of the last six years.
In 1975 several Riverside Polytechnic High classmates from Miller & Davidson's history class got together one weekend on the beach off 10th st. in Newport California, to record (on super 8mm film) a script written by Bill Bennett who also directed and edited the film. What you see here is the results of that effort, a campy spoof on techniques used by a quasi-Gestalt psychologist known as "Fritz" shown in several films that semester in Miller/Davidson's class. The video stars Tobin Hood, Don Slaughter, Dave Brewster, Bill Tuxhorn, Chrissy Williams, Dave Spezia, and Marty Van Housen. Cameo appearances by Brent Moss, Patti Munaretto, and Sandy Grisham.
My son Rob and I were asked by our friend and client Ken to participate in the making of his 30 second cable commercial.
This is a digital transfer from super 8mm film shot by my dad in 1966. That's me in the Batman costume and brother Tom as Robin. My mom had hand sewn both costumes and my dad did the mock-up of the Bat mobile.
Originally this was shot with a super-8mm Sears movie Camera. I transferred the original digitally to edit and add music to it. The footage is of my father, after the 1968 Western Days parade, shaving off a beard he grew for the scroungiest beard contest.
Mr. Phil is one of our Grand Champion stallions, a consistent high-point winner in Color classes.
Here are some photos of our cat Eddie set to the music of Tom Jones' What's New Pussycat?
This is a photo pictorial I put together of one of our four cats, Lacy.
Patches, along with her brother Frankie, were found in a shed in our backyard, born from a feral mother. My wife, Karen bottle fed them goats' milk until they could eat solid food.
Frankie is our favorite lap cat. He is just one big squishy fur ball.
This video I shot and edited as an advertising video in order to let potential buyers view Noche's smooth gate online. The video was first recorded using a VHS Handycam and then transfered to digital using one of my first digital editing systems.
This is a promo video for one of the many fillies born on Bennett Ranch
A short video of one our horse trainers riding a Peruvian Paso Fino horse, Diego, who was a resident of Bennett Ranch.
A promo video for Majestic Testa Rosa.
A promo video for TJ who was sired by Grand Champion Taxi.
A promo video for Bennett's Pretty in Paisley.
One of our brooding mares, Dottie, has her teeth worked on by a local miniature horse dentist.
Promo for Bennett's Reina Rojo. She has since gone on to win several National Grand Championships.
Emus are very interesting creatures. J. R. was raised from a hatchling and still patroling the upper paddock of the ranch.
Joe is a feisty stallion who can be too cool for his own good at times.
One of our mares, Gracie, birthing a new stallion we named Black Pearl.
A lecture by cognitive load theorist John Sweller on extraneous cognitive load and its effects on learning.
This is a thought provoking video that asks the question do we run the machines are do the machines run us.
A vision of the future of computing devices offered by Corning. Notice how no one has to login to a device or database and how everything works flawlessly.