That didn't help make him healthier or happier, but it did lead to his first professionally recorded demo, under the moniker thief produced by Henry Piovesan, in Vernon BC. There aren't links to the original recordings, but there are links to rerecordings of the songs and many more original songs here. In the first year of the new century Brian started to get his life back together. He continued working with local musicians but also recorded his own songs, featured at above link. Brian's writing began appearing on forums and websites in the form of social criticism, political commentary with a hint of activism.
Since the 90s, this writing appeared anonymously, Brian had only released his music, no writing or films online.
Then, on the morning of September 11 th , something happened on television that changed Brian's outlook on life and provided a target at which to direct his energies. The internet provided a nearly endless stream of information, education and entertainment. Brian studied history, sociology, psychology and especially philosophy, earning what he would later call an unofficial Liberal Arts degree with a major in Conspiracy.
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In a friend and former bandmate contacted Brian about starting a new band and a new band was formed, but writing, rehearsing and constant personnel changes led to few performances and fewer recordings. From , you can hear the drummer recorded on Brian's track Expect to be Saved Any Day at the above soundclick link. It was also in this year that Brian released his solo tracks at that same link. In he released four new thief songs now featuring the vocals of his wife Dawn. Hub was a powerpop three piece that melted faces all over the Okanagan from , but it takes a lot of energy to melt said faces and that energy ran out.
Hub, however, was really good and probably the pinnacle of Brian's songwriting and performance. He began contributing his essays and they were well received by intelligent folk, one of his essays Conservatism is Unnatural was even featured at a separate website Big Think. The following link is to his original Blog Assignees'Prerogative and Brian's first published writing under his real name. In Brian started his own blog anti-socialengineering.
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Although, by Brian had basically stopped writing political essays out of necessity and courtesy. Complaining about the King, how Brian sums up his entire published work, has become somewhat overbearing, falling upon ignorant ears.
Brian also began writing publicly at several other websites, most notably Above Top Secret , a conspiracy forum. In the last half of the opening decade of the 21 st century, Brian also returned to film making, as technology had gotten to the point where digital editing programs were commonplace and even cell phones were starting to take decent video. The first digital films Brian created were Hub related music videos that were released and then taken back down.
Because they weren't good enough to be "commercial releases". However, saw the release of Brians first ever released film: G20 Pittsburgh Protests best and worst of. This film is an edit of protester footage and news footage. It is 45 minutes long. ASE the HMS was a collection of essays that came together into a thesis promising to define the scientifically determined authentic self.
The book itself remains available everywhere in the world in various formats, and Brian's blog continued to release essays from it, which have been read thousands of times and continue to be cited in academia, to this day.
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There simply isn't a more accurate depiction of the self available. Brian edited his first concert film, built out of cel phone footage downloaded from youtube of Muse's concert in Vancouver.
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It's pretty grainy and pixelated, but it's edited well. It's 1 hour 43 minutes long, watch it here. In Brian began collecting gear to make films more seriously, seeing how others were making indie films and releasing them online. He started En Queue Film , an all-volunteer film production company. Pleased with the results of this film, Brian decided to move forward with the production of the full-length feature, which was a massive undertaking that broke all the rules of first-time film making.
It had multiple locations, special effects, stunts, over cast members. Brian wrote the script, based on his own short story and began looking for people and places to start working with. This took over a year, culminating in three locations and a list of volunteers, a lot of them painters, because Brian worked in a paint store.
While pre-production of Battle at Beaver Creek continued into the spring of , Brian wrote and shot the Bite. A horrifying little film with a twist on the zombie genre. The filming of Battle at Beaver Creek started in the summer of , then and then again in the summer of There were a few scenes filmed inside, which happened over the course of winter months in between the summer exteriors.
Between November of and February of Brian wrote, shot and completed Garf Garf, which is the story of a friendly alien who conjures hamburgers. It is Brian's most philosophically complex film while simultaneously being his most accessible. Garf Garf was created to be understood by anyone, of any age, speaking any language.
It remains the film Brian is most proud of. Brian continued to make concert films out of youtube footage, of Nine Inch Nails, of U2. The quality gets better as does the technology. Friends get to see these films. He made films of friends, for friends.
He still does. Battle at Beaver Creek was released on various sites in December It also has yet to return even half of what it cost. In Brian met Okanagan artist Destanne Norris and decided to begin making a film about her art and life. It won second best picture and best cinematography for Kora Vanderlip, who also worked on Battle at Beaver Creek. The Dream is Ready is a sci-fi horror teaser for a larger project, a proposed feature entitled Last Human Being. The short and the proposed feature are based upon the novella Brian.
The book is written in the present tense and simply describes the scenes, spelling out the action as if in a film. The story is about a powerful psychic named Cole, who is unwittingly conspiring to end a mental war with a mysterious consciousness, which takes place within a drug-induced dream. The Dream is Ready continues to get views and generate interest in the larger project, but like Brian's two other complete scripts, LastHuman Being remains only ink on paper.
The other two complete project proposals were also written between , the Smell of Sun on Skin is Brian's sexy, modern re-working of Albert Camus existential classic The Stranger. Real Country Dark is the story of the lives of four unrelated men who die together in the Canadian wilderness, which is based on real events.
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The Smell of Sun on Skin requires two million and a known actor as leading man. Also during this time Brian acted in some friend's films and also helped make others, as executive producer or editor. In met a young local filmmaker named Bowen O'Brien and the two decided to make a film together. Adulthood is the story of a group of kids growing up in a world where reaching adulthood means certain undeath.
It will likely be released online in the fall of In and , Brian pulled back on the amount of work he created. Back problems and subsequent immobility required this hiatus, but marketing Beneath the Painted Surface also requires the bulk of Brian's time. However, more writing, more films and even more music are likely in Brian's future.
Stay tuned. Tuesday, October 16, The price of true honesty. I don't lie. Not to make things easier, not to protect myself, not ever. I mean, I played along with the Santa Claus experience when my kids were little, but very little else knowingly false escapes my lips. I can lie, I just choose not to. I've not yet figured out why I go to such efforts, but I do know that it's just easier to tell the truth.
I try to do well in life as well as do good. I try not to sin by silence while also trying to be tactful in my advice. I try to do all this humbly. Honesty isn't always easy.
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It has cost me many friends. Often when I get to know someone, or rather they get to know me, there comes a period where my acquaintance ends up feeling judged. But I'm not judging them by living my life a certain way, I think they just become disappointed in themselves. This occasionally can be expressed as anger, with the acquaintance lashing out hurt, ultimately they feel that I am arrogant, elitist or an ego-maniac.