Patterns in Static
14 m 49 s
"Patterns in Static" is a documentary short chronicling the process of Wichita rap artist "tv-ma" and his debut album of the same name.
We follow "tv-ma" through a week in the life of him wrapping up the post-production process of this lifelong project, and uncover the idea behind his persona.
Throughout the journey, we follow him in various spaces such as his day job, a recording session with local artists, and a meeting with the album's producer, Joe Hagen.
All in all, the intention of this film is to help clarify the one question we've all been asking:
"Who the F@$% is 'tv-ma'?"
Jack Clayton is a writer and a director, recently graduating from Wichita State University with a double major in Communications and Filmmaking. While he's still relatively new to the scene of filmmaking, he does have some notable works under his belt such as '4431: The Israel Naor Story' and 'Waiting for the Train'. Some of his upcoming projects include 'Patterns in Static' and 'The Silent Double
Jack Clayton has had a passion for filmmaking for as long as he can remember. First thinking he was going to go into entertainment journalism, Clayton found his true calling that was filmmaking in college. With great teachers and mentors at his side, Clayton has really learned to hone his craft and tell the stories that speak to him.