Welcome to the official production blog of Life Ends @ 30.
This website will serve as the official blog for the upcoming webseries Life Ends @ 30. First of all, what is Life Ends @ 30?
Life Ends @ 30 is a comedy series about life as an adult. If high school is the best years of your life and college is when you discover what you want to do with your life, what happens when you turn thirty? It’s a story about people who want to discover who they want to be in life.
So, who are we?
Michael Field, creator – Mike is the creator of prior webseries The Puzzle Maker’s Son, Scenes from the Movies, and the recent short film The Trans-Candidate. He’s also written the novel Adam Parker and the Radioactive Scout.
Trish Clark, producer – Trish served as Producer on The Trans-Candidate, My Brother Jack, and A Dog Named Gucci as well as commercials and music videos. She’s previously worked production on several highly rated series at VH1 and the Day Time Emmy Award winning Rosie O’Donnell Show. She also serves as the City Producer for the 48 Hour Film Project – New Haven and the Supervising Producer of ITVFest.
Dave Brown, director of photography – Dave is the owner of DB Studios Multimedia and the President of Digital CONNtent Creators. Dave worked as Director of Photography of The Saved, The Henry Green Story (currently in production), Art/Form, Choices, Pleading Sanity (Season 2), and The Coyote, as well as numerous other projects.
Patrick Whalen, associate producer – Me, while I won’t be the only one contributing to our social media sites I will do a lot of it, so let’s get to know each other! I previously worked on the aforementioned The Trans-Candidate and help Trish with the 48HFP as well as a handful of web series and music videos.
What is this?
Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to make a movie? That’s what we’re here for. Through this blog we will share all of the behind the scenes insanity, production notes, and trials and tribulations of making an independent webseries.
We will share pictures and videos, notes and stories, and keep you updated with all our progress.
We also want to hear from you. Send us your comments, questions, and stories about all things production AND fun stories about hitting the BIG 3-0 (or what you think 30 will be like).
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Life Ends @ 30: An Internet Series for the Internet Generation. Thanks for following and sharing in this journey with us.