Silent but Deadly

Editing + Film marketing + my immature sense of humor = this stupid project that made me very happy.  Please watch at your discretion.

The Anti-Job in the Studio

Had a lot of fun documenting my pals The Anti-Job as they recorded their latest EP in the studio.

This was my first time hand-animating titles as well, which definitely took some time but was fun in a weird way as well!

35mm education

In an effort to make myself a more visual person, I got a 35mm camera (Konica BigMini 302) and have dabbled in some still photography in the last half of 2017.  Here are some of my favorite shots. 


I've been trying to conquer a long-standing fear of getting in front of the camera - I have a little background part in the beginning of Jordan Firstman and Charles Rogers' short MEN DON'T WHISPER, which stars Cheri Oteri along with Firstman, Rogers, Bridey Elliott and Clare McNulty.  Watch it here.

November 8th

I feel super fortunate to edit this PSA / video art piece by a dear friend and collaborator, Olivia Sandoval.  It's a poetic and moving reaction to Donald Trump's election, and a reminder to not go silently, but stay vigilant and make your voice heard.  I really believe in the power of art, that art can increase awareness and move people politically as well as emotionally.  As Roger Ebert said, cinema is a machine that generates empathy.  I think we can all be a bit more empathetic in the years to come.

Meet Postmodern Jukebox

In December, I had the pleasure of directing and editing several doc-style interview pieces with Scott Bradlee, mastermind behind the viral music project Postmodern Jukebox -- a group that takes modern pop hits and transforms them via various vintage styles such as 20s ragtime, 40s big band, 50s doo-wop, and more.

There are eight videos in total, aimed at filling in folks who are new to the Postmodern Jukebox projects, as well as answering specific questions about their upcoming tour.

Find the first video below, and the rest on their website here.


Finally available for your viewing pleasure - HERE, a short film written by myself, directed by Lisa Bass, performed by Matt Porter (also from Man in Ceiling) and Eleanore Pienta (if you haven't seen See You Next Tuesday, do yourself a favor and watch it ASAP).

I'm super proud of this film and how it turned out.  Take 6 minutes out of your day and give it a watch!

RIP Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay played their last show in Brooklyn. I feel fortunate to have been a member for a few blissful months in my New York days.

Here's their last show: