On Set: "Grandpa Joe"

'"Grandpa Joe" is a short film I wrote the course of the last year. It's a quiet, emotionally wrought story about love and loss. What happens when we lose the people who are closest to us? And how do we grapple with the loss? How do we fill that missing space?'
- Andrea García Márquez, Director

We spent three, 12-hour days at a home in southwest Miami shooting my good friend Andrea's short film "Grandpa Joe." This was my first time really working on a film set, I helped as 2nd Assistant Camera and took behind the scenes stills - it was a challenging but rewarding experience and I'm so excited to see this when it's finished. Andrea is smart, perceptive and driven - she did a fine job assembling a committed crew, finding the right actors and directing this project. 

Please consider contributing to help make this film happen! 
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/grandpa-joe-short-film#/

In the mean time, take a look at the production from the inside. Isaac Mead-Long was our Director of Photography and lighting master, I learned so much just watching him work.