Spent the entirety of my Sunday working on exports for myself and I helped a former student with her edit. Rossdonia used to be such a hub for filmmaking activity. All the time visitors arrived, worked and left. Sometimes interns working on the volunteer feature film post production process on other people’s movies I wanted to help see to completion or people sans an editing station would come over and cut their projects. I like my peace and quiet these days, but I will never stop feeling that philanthropic impulse. New Rossdonia currently has one of the most comfortable edit suites, as it is made more for reclining seats and the ergonomics of convenience more than stodgy workplace. I rarely entertain clients here, but I could if they were cool like that. Nice puffy office chairs, decent lighting, and a sweet screen; this is how editing should be.

Life is on a major upswing. The future just got a whole lot brighter. Options and lots of them, that’s what awaits me. There’s a lot to get done and I’m on my way to the finish line.

“There used to be a graying tower alone on the sea. You became the light on the dark side of me.”
– Seal

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Peter John Ross

A filmmaker, a dreamer, and the world's only Dan Akroyd Cosplayer


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