Supernatural creatures, mysterious science fiction, ghostly stories, inspiring heartful myths and realities, fantasy and fantastic technical ideation all blended into a really good story line. These features combined with integrity and a goal of uplifting and inspiring fellow beings on the journey of life is the result of the consummation of the partnership of Debora Jo Myers and Craig Anthony Perkins
Together we are the ultimate partnership. The partnership we all look for but rarely find. Together Debora Jo and Craig have the ability to support, inspire, instigate and not only birth, but bring ideas into reality.
Craig and Debora compliment and complete the creative processes of one another in Film making, photography, music and activism. They are currently solving problems with Tech innovation. (Craig is the tech innovator and Debora helps and supports his endeavors)
We are open to input, advice and critique, so feel free to comment or directly message me. We are always looking for people to network, brainstorm and collaborate with.
We are currently working on promoting our indiegogo campaign for the genshi.box because genshi.lab founder and product architect Craig Anthony Perkins believes that everybody in the world should have access to the world’s information via free internet access, while at the same time having complete control of their own digital life. Please check out our campaign and share with your friends. We invite your support!
With the built-in web server (and a ready-to-go blogging system to share your work to the world) the genshi.box is a safer alternative to “cloud” storage. And you can take it with you where ever you go (wireless and battery operated) or leave it at home and login remotely!
I just had a couple of iOS filmmakers and photographers ask how the genshi.box will work for them… the genshi.box is a lot of things, but for iOS Filmmakers and Photographers, it’s perfect as a secure media/file server to store your photos and videos on.You don’t have to be a photographer to benefit from the genshi.box. Anyone online that wants to keep their information safe can use the genshi.box and not have to worry about losing their private information or content to those that would sell it to the highest bidder!
If you are online right now on the “social networks” you must be as concerned as everyone else about the fact that they sell your personal information to advertisers and surrender your private data to the government without warrant or cause.
How can they do this? Simple, because you gave up all of your photos, personal information and content to their corporate servers, so they can do whatever they want with it. Well it’s time someone put a stop to that, and we have!
Introducing the genshi.box. It’s an easy to use consumer device that solves this problem and much more.
A bright, fun, encouraging, sweet treat for the heart, soul and senses! The storyline to the first episode is finished, the outline to the series is complete. I’m now working on set designs, gathering costume designs/materials and designing and constructing props. Here is a peek at one of my work tables in my apt-work studio!
Hi Friends! We’re trying to make our next film entitled “Cosette” and we need your help. We are going to submit it to Amazon’s new “Original TV Series” programming as well as HBO’s new “Digital Shorts” channel. Small funding will be needed. Can you please help by making a donation or sharing this via your networks? We’ve decided NOT to do kickstarter for this project, because if you don’t make your requested goal, you end up with nothing. So we are kickstarting our own fundraising!
We’re needing only $10k, so if we can get 4 people to contribute $2500 in exchange for Executive Producer credit, we can shoot the pilot for this! Or if each of my online friends were to donate $20 each we would make the funding.
This will be a fun and quirky short series loosely inspired by Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s “Amélie” but completely different.
Please help starving artists with potential to make something magical! To refresh everyone’s memories; our last no-budget film, shot on the iPhone, won the 3rd iPhone Film Festival and was the official selection of several other world-wide film fests. Our no-budget iPhone film before that was showcased at the 2012 Macworld Expo. Imagine what we could do with an actual budget and an actual camera! Please help us out by donating $, ideas for fundraising, or donating time or services to become a part of it all. Please share this with your friends!