Old videos, new hi-res uploads!

A couple years ago YouTube finally got its act together and started allowing 16×9 and HD videos to be posted in their native format. Now that I’ve got my act together and have started working on videos again, I’ve decided to re-upload some of my favorite creations in 16×9 and/or HD.

Check after the jump for direct links and embeds: Read more…

iPhone Pilot Parody

(Originally Posted on October 29, 2007)

This is a short parody of a 2007 iPhone ad entitled “Bryce”, found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00V7NW2_nSg Read more…

Washington State Math Championship Videos

For several years after I graduated from high school I would return to my hometown of Blaine, Washington to produce the awards ceremony video for the Washington State Math Championship (WSMC). These videos are hosted here for the benefit of students, parents and teachers who were at those competitions, as I occasionally receive friendly inquiries about them. Enjoy! Read more…

Control Room

(Created in 2005)

One of many different miniseries that I produced while at Gonzaga University, Control Room is a comedy series about life as a broadcasting major. There are three episodes total. More stuff like this can be found on my Ben Makes Movies Archives channel on YouTube. Read more…

Check Out My Website

(Originally Posted on April 27, 2006)

I don’t know whatever possessed me to create this, much less to keep it online and viewable to this day. Oh well!

In this music video I dance around my college campus rapping about HTML and my disdain for my fellow film-making friends at baratsandbereta.com, and manage to cement my position as the worst “nerdcore” rapper EVER. Read more…

Gonzaga University Shorts

I attended Gonzaga University in Spokane Washington from 2002-2006. I really enjoyed my time there, and through my Junior/Senior years I was executive producer of the campus-wide TV comedy show. During that time I produced a lot of shorts about life at Gonzaga, but on this page I’m only going to list those that might be interesting to a wider audience. Read more…