Production Design: Film Reflections and Analyses

Seven film analyses written for Asbury University’s Production Design course, taught by John DeCuir, Jr. The King’s Speech: The Word-Image Collision Shakespeare in Love: The Narrative Environment Cleopatra: Researching the Un-researchable Ghostbusters: Set Connectivity The King and I: Creating a Color Passport Star Wars: Pioneering Special Effects The Shape of Water: A New Adventure Environment

The Tree of Life and Courageous: Comparative Analysis on Faith-Based Filmmaking

Published an abridged version of my Master’s thesis in the Journal of Media and Communication Studies in October 2016 Click here to view the article “The Tree of Life and Courageous: Comparative Analysis on Faith-Based Filmmaking”.

Film Analysis: Fireproof (2008)

An analysis written in the fall 2014 semester as an independent study for Asbury University’s Master of Arts in Communications (Digital Storytelling) degree, analyzing the film Fireproof (2008) based on the screenwriting theories of Robert McKee, Blake Snyder, Syd Field, and more Click here to read the analysis.

Film Analyses: Master Storyteller Seminar

Analyses and essays on several films, one song, and one season of a TV show written for Asbury University’s Master Storyteller Seminar course The Great Train Robbery: Story Outline and Analysis The Social Network: Conflict in Motion Up: A Study on Narrative Structure Casablanca: Rick, Ilsa, and Victor “The Outlaw”: A Song Analysis of StoryContinue reading “Film Analyses: Master Storyteller Seminar”