The site was down, so here are the films I have yet to post up:
At the San Diego Comic Con, I got to run the Assassin’s Creed Experience parkour course. I wore the GoPro3 while doing it so you can see how I did it.
A Finnish investigator runs from trouble and into the arms of a sweet, but incompetent accomplice.
I recently went to Finland and met a recording artist, Jessica Wolff. We were lucky to have her come down and visit us during the 48 Hour Film Project. This is the movie we made. We’ll release it soon.
The trailer song is Trophy Girl, by Jessica Wolff. You can buy her album, Renegade, on iTunes.
Finally, I finished editing episode 12. Enjoy!
Some behind the scenes stuff I shot while working with Mega64 on the Kutaragi’s Way video.
Silent Jay is back and he meets some new friends.
Years ago, I used to be a pro wrestler in the San Diego indie wrestling scene. These days I use what I learned from wrestling and incorporate it in my action films, stunt work, and fight choreography.
Inspired by my friend, Eric Jacobus of The Stunt People, and his 80 Kicks for Action Films video (http://youtu.be/yPUp_8zctxQ), I decided to make this video, showing as many suplexes I could think of and the ones that I can actually do.
I had the huge honor of playing the younger version of the CREATOR of the PLAYSTATION game console, Ken Kutaragi, in this new video by Mega64 about the development of the Sony Playstation. Mr. Kutaragi also participated in the video by introducing it and also playing a role in it where I get violent with him. The video made it’s debut at the Game Developer’s Conference last week to great crowd reactions and Mr. Kutaragi was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
We made a sequel to our 2008 film, Season’s Beatings. This time we have superpowers and the Battle Hero armor system!
Jay’s new stunt reel.