Thursday, February 4, 2010

Commentaries and Notes

When Starting this site, I wanted to create something that reflected my personality without it being about "me". I wanted to create something the viewer could enjoy without it being either elitist or too common. As of late, I've received quite a few e-mails inquiring as to who I am, and what other projects I've completed and/or am currently working on.

Who am I?
Hopefully a product and the sum of all my work.
I've always said the message is more important than the messenger, and that my work should speak for itself. I will say that I am a chap who works daily on being a gentleman and a modern day renaissance man. I have been labeled by my peers as a Writer, Poet, Photographer, and Film Director. A fellow film Director recently sent me an e-mail wanting to see a different side of the crystal called Guerre (those are my words), so I decided to share a past project with you as well (hopefully it'll be another example that Swagger is a lifestyle and not simply an image.)

The following is a 11 minute musical reflection of a film I wrote and directed prior to starting the blog. The film is called 'Choices' it's a 55 minute film about a woman at crossroads in her life and having to choose between what she wants and what she needs... choosing between an artist and a 9 to 5 guy.

The point of today's post is to inspire you to dig a little deeper, explore every side of the crystal called YOU

Live with Swagger.

Guerre (gear)

For those who expected the book already, know that although they may be a little late, they will be right on time.


  1. I didn't know what to expect before I hit play but I loved it. Absolutely loved it! Very engaging.

  2. love it ! i was searching for this movie on youtube yesterday. What a coincidence :)

  3. Truly beautiful post! Great music.

    Lots of love,
    Fashion abuse

  4. Engaging but I think you show too much.
    You have no 'useless' shots...everything says something...and nothing much is left unsaid...the audience has no role...

  5. Great piece! I think I held my breath the entire 10:44. Where can we find the film? Who sings the song "Brilliant Lover"? It's beautiful.



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