Chuck Three's Mission
is to capture, create and communicate stories through photography and video and give others the opportunity to do the same; while using the freshness of a child’s eye to discover the community around us, to imagine creative methods of storytelling and to express authenticity with confidence.
Working with children and youth in the arts has long been a part of Chuck Three’s mission creating media to support a young person’s growth and allowing them a chance to create their own media.
Use VIDEO to tell your stories that impact viewers. C3 is experienced in using video through a number of different contexts and venues. Videos for the web, programs and grant proposals, commercials, document and archive important events and more.
Chuck Three’s valuable experience can help you capture the right moments. Whatever the occasion, he is ready to capture your soul.
A few selections from Chuck Three's Blog.
Highlights from 2019
I am humbled and grateful from the wealth of meaningful projects I participated in during 2019 (and a few from 2018). Here some of the highlights! Through BayKids Studios, I facilitated several sessions and workshops making movies with children and youth, along with their siblings, receiving care from UCSF Children’s Hospitals and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. I assisted young filmmakers […]
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Persistence Photo show
Opening Reception on December 13, 6pm – 9pm. @ Another Cafe. Persistence, a new exhibition of SF long-exposure photography by Charles “Trey” Houston, will be on display at Another Cafe through January. 1191 Pine St. SF CA, 94109. Also, wish him a happy birthday too! If you can’t make it, come meet him for a […]
Music in the Garden
Music for a School Garden (7 min.) Music director Michele Winter leads the Lowell High School String Players performing three short works by Stanley Fletcher in the Lowell High School Garden. Watch The Quickening Pollen, another video collaboration with Michele Winter and Lowell High School, Composer Charles Boone and Composers & Schools in Concert.
Composers & Schools in Concert
Music Composition Scholarship Winner (2 min. 52 sec.). It was a pleasure to work with Lisa Oman at Composers & Schools in Concert, who also made the Quickening Pollen a success. Each year, one San Francisco Bay Area high school student wins 5 hours of mentoring sessions with a professional composer plus an ensemble reading […]
The Quickening Pollen
I had the distinct pleasure to work with Charles Boone in collaboration with the Lowell High School String Orchestra, led by Music Director Michele Winter. A 3 minute video was culminated from two rehearsals and performance. Also, photos were taken from rehearsal and featured in the San Francisco Chronicle. Read the story.
How often have you walked past a store, sometimes for years, and have never gone inside? Folks from the neighborhood had a chance to visit A New Leaf Florist on Friday and Saturday, November 11&12, to enjoy gorgeous flower arrangements; good food; drink; and community fellowship. This was a refreshing communal experience after such a […]
Neighbor.Hood Photo Show
Neighbor.Hood, a photo series by Charles “Trey” Houston, hosted by A New Leaf Florist, exhibits a wide-variety of one-of-a-kind images taken from nearly 5 years of walking the San Francisco streets. How do you define your neighborhood? What are its boundaries? What are the daily generalities and idiosyncrasies of its people and buildings, from thewhimsical […]
Intangible Futures, June, 2012
In June 2012, a team of fierce artists embarked on the 48 Hour Film Project. They were bound by the constraints of writing, filming and editing a story in 48 hours with a specific character name (Lance Lombardo), location (farmer’s market), line of dialogue (“I don’t have a clue.”) and genre (Period Piece). Who wants […]