Most of Chad's career has been spent in the worlds of photography and film. He is best known for writing and directing the award-winning independent film, A Perfect Life. Besides A Perfect Life, he has written fifteen screenplays. Many of which are award-winning, including the first incarnation of Angels in the Snow.
Originally intended to be a movie, the story grew too big to be confined to the cinema. It had to become a book! And, even that wasn’t big enough to contain the science fiction epic he has in store. Angels in the Snow is his first book and the first book in his cyberpunk/time travel series.
ANGELS IN THE SNOW
The year is 2281. Seid Witlow is a theoretical physicist living in an alternate reality populated by artificial intelligence, skyscrapers that reach beyond the clouds and capitalism run amok.
The wealthy live above the clouds in lavish penthouses while the vast majority of the world’s population lives in the darkness below. Most have never seen the sun and disease runs rampant. Seid believes he can change that.
In an effort to cure disease, he accidentally stumbles onto something far worse than disease itself, Molecular Memory. MM is essentially immortality. And to unleash it on an overpopulated world, would certainly lead to catastrophic consequences. Seid has no choice but to change direction.
With the violent murder of his long-time girlfriend, he throws himself into his theory on time travel and perfects it. In a desperate effort to change the circumstances that lead to her death, he regrettably uses the machine. However, things do not go as planned.
Seid finds himself trapped 10,000 years in the past, immortal, and the victim of the unforeseen consequence of time travel… complete and total memory loss. He must now live long enough to stop himself from making the same mistake again... and again... and again...
Whenever I set out to do a project, no matter the genre or medium, I wind up creating a mountain of artwork as part of my process. Here are a few of my favorites. Some are rougher than others, but I thought you might enjoy how I get from point A to point B. This gallery is a work-in-progress. I will be adding to it as the series continues to unfold.
I love it when my work inspires others to create! There is no greater compliment! If my book inspires you to create, regardless of your medium, send it to me. I would love to experience and share it! Here are some works from artists who were inspired by Angels in the Snow...