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The struggling Jazz Man must grapple with the futility of producing an album alone. He tries everything in an attempt to better understand himself as an artist and a man. Written as a sporadic poem and filmed with a crew of one, "The Jazz Man" was made to explore Jazz as a form of filmmaking. The elements of improvisation and run and gun filmmaking become greater than the sum of their parts, much like Jazz music.

I'm a student at Georgia Tech currently studying Literature Media and Communication. My work up to this point is mainly writing and directing but I'm interested in all facets of filmmaking. more...

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