gophotographer

Kent Smith is an award-winning photographer and award-winning director based out of Charlotte, N.C. His career started with sports. Since then he has added diversity to his award-winning resume; photographing musicians, dancers, models, celebrities and then onto national advertising. He has shot the likes of Obama and Bono; been from Belize to the Bahamas; photographed banks and bulls bust mostly, he has captured that genuine human spirit that is often overlooked by the ordinary. He has also added feature films to his resume. He completed his first feature film as a creator, co-writer, producer, and it was awarded, Best Director on the film at the Solstice Film Festival in Minneapolis. He is currently working on directing national and international commercials for some major clients.​

Sing Street on the new podcast!

Check out the latest podcast about this groovy little Irish film called Sing Street. It’s a delightful coming of age story.

With the recession hitting people hard in Dublin during the 80s, Conor is moved from his private school to a tough inner-city alternative. As he tries to adjust to a new way of life, he decides to start his band to impress a girl. Join us for this coming of age adventure while we flashback in time to the 1980s in Ireland.

Start your engines!!! It’s Mad Max: Fury Road

In the post-apocalyptic desert wasteland, One man is looking to survival at all cost. His desire for gasoline and water gets him caught up in the middle of chase while he helps a group of six women flee from Immortan Joe and his War Boys.

The Film we are talking about this week is none other than the fantastic Mad Max: Fury Road. It’s considered to be one of the greatest action films of all-time. Stay tuned to hear our crew uncover exciting facts about the movie along with some crazy conversation about everything that you possibly imagine.

Ready for some Rock and Roll?

Join us for our latest laugh out loud adventure while we review the legendary rock and roll film Bohemian Rhapsody. It follows the life of Freddie Mercury and the British rock band, Queen.

 

Mr. Rodgers is coming back.

Who is ready for this version of “A beautiful day in the Neighborhood”? Fred McFeely Rodgers was more than a television personality.  He reached out-touched so many people from his little set that most viewers believed that he was their true friend.  Rogers would finish each show by telling his viewers, “You’ve made this day a special day, by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are.”

Our latest podcast is on Memento

Memento is a 2000 psychological thriller that follows a man named Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce) who suffers from short term memory loss and can not make any new memories. The film is presented with two separate sequences, one being in black and white that is being told in standard chronological order while the second sequence in color is playing scenes in reverse order of how they happen. This way of storytelling gives the audience a similar feeling to the lead character and causes confusion as to what is really happening. In the movie, Leonard uses notes and tattoos to remind himself of things and to try and live a useful life. His primary purpose in life has become to catch the killer of his wife, who also gave him his brain injury that has caused his condition. Yet over time, Leonard begins to become suspicious of his own notes and what is going on and thinks someone is trying to trick him into killing the wrong person. This film is entertaining from start to finish as you try and solve the puzzle of what is happening as you may feel as confused as Leonard.

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