Paints the subtle realities that exist in the world’s of other people that I observe as I go about my own journey, with the goal of showing that we all have similar fears, hopes, and desires that transcend our actual crafts. The storyline follows me as I go about a typical Sunday involving Boxing and Music, but extends into the worlds of those around me. It’s a hybrid of a music video and short film that lets the viewer into the worlds of some inspirational, untold stories of individuals in Boston by profiling them and their crafts. This includes: a boxer, a comedian, an entrepreneur, a community activist, a singer, a videographer, and myself.

VISUAL Inspiration


Gym Training

I have a personal training session with one of the boxing coaches in the ring from 10 - 11 a.m., with a sparring session at the end. From there, we’ll film me training weights and cardio with my friend (the marine) as well as capture B-Roll. We’ll interview him as well during this time, around the corner from the gym, once we have all the training shots out of the way.

Saturday, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Peter Welch’s Gym: 371 Dorchester Ave, Boston, MA 02127


I record a song with Parissia, the singer we’re profiling, along with an Engineer (Tarik) at a home studio.

Sunday, 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

92 Camden Street, Boston, MA


Scene where I bring roses to my grandfathers grave. Verse shots in the Cemetery itself.

Highland Cemetery, Norwood, MA 02062

Can film anytime.

St. Patricks Day Parade

Footage of the Parade: 1 million people gathered. Many streets will be closed.

Sunday, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Starts at “Broadway MBTA Station in South Boston.” Specific route in the gallery above.

Running scenes in Boston

Footage of me running in distinctly different areas of the city/suburbs/woods, to paint the vision of seeing many diverse aspects of life. Open to ideas on this, locations that come to mind are: Harvard Bridge, Boylston Street, The North End, Mission Hill, South Boston, and Norfolk (for woods + suburbs) near the barbershop.


Each role will have an individual profile done on them, with length determined by what they have to share. Goal of the profiling is to have them give a glimpse into their world: why they do what they do, what they’re afraid of it, and what they’re trying to accomplish. I’ve included 12 people, which we’ll trim down to 5.

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RAPPER | Producer

Connor Cassidy

We can do my profile anywhere, anytime. I’ll spit a verse acapella for it as well.

Brandon (Soldier)

Brandon is a soldier who recently enlisted and has been training with the U.S. Army. He wants to share his drive for joining the military.

Saturday, 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

371 Dorchester Ave, South Boston

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Kenneth (barber)

Kenneth is a recovered addict/father, who owns the barbershop we shot at last time. Wants to take a ride in his truck to tell his story, then arrive at the barbershop to give a haircut.At the end of the cut, his mother would arrive with his daughter.

Sunday, 7 a.m. - 9 a.m.

194 Main Street, Norfolk, MA



Lamont Price



Tarik McFarland

Sunday, 3 - 6pm (at studio)


Shemere (Mom +Teacher)

Shemere is the mother of my little brother: a single Mom and school teacher with extreme charisma and passion for being a mother. She wants to share her story of how being a Mom has changed her life.

Saturday, 6 - 7:30 p.m.

5 Colchester Street, Hyde Park

Entrepreneur (matt)

Matt is the founder of The Record Co. Boston, a non-profit studio dedicated to making music accessible to Boston Musicians, and building the foundation of a thriving music scene.

Sunday, 10 - 11 a.m.

960 Massachusetts Ave, Boston | Parking in Standard Electric Lot


I have multi-colored smoke bombs in Norfolk that we could utilize on Sunday for Verses

Parissia (Singer)

Parissia is a R&B/Hip-Hop singer from Boston, MA who takes significant pride in her scene. She’s a self proclaimed “90s Revivalist” and likes to fuse genres.

Sunday, 3 - 6 p.m. Studio Session

92 Camden Street, Boston


activist/event planner


Bejeana Breneville



Goal is to capture the more raw, less-luxury side of Boston as a city. Places like South Boston, Back Bay, Mission Hill, Harvard Square, etc.