Kids’ History: Christmas Edition

I wrote, produced, and directed a new Christmas short film for my church! TGC Park Slope - Kids' History: Christmas Edition from Trinity Grace Church on Vimeo.  

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“You’ve Got Skills”

I've just watched Season 1: Ep. 11 of Luke Cage and I need to talk about this scene between these two awesome powerful women. After handcuffing Shades to the pipe, Claire collapses onto the barrel. Misty turns. Misty Knight: You've got skills. Claire Temple: You too. Misty Knight: My father. Claire Temple: My uncle. They laugh together.... Continue Reading →

Jerry & Diane

Chris Domig and Margaret Copeland Hunter star in my not-so-romantic comedy short about a guitar lesson gone wrong, Jerry & Diane, which premiered at the Big Apple Film Festival at the Tribeca Cinemas on November 9th, 2014. Jerry is a desperate 'guitar teacher' hoping to 'take it to the next level' with his favorite student,... Continue Reading →

The Sonnet Project’s Sonnet 42

I directed (adapted, shot, and edited too) another sonnet for Shakespeare Exchange's The Sonnet Project - a great project here in NYC that is aiming to film all of Shakespeare’s sonnets, each performed by a different actor in a carefully chosen New York City location. This time I shot Sonnet 42 about a jilted lover. The location I... Continue Reading →

The Sonnet Project’s Sonnet 143

I just realized that I forgot to post this when it went live! I shot and directed a very short adaptation of Shakespeare's Sonnet 143 for NYC's The Shakespeare Exchange. Check it out! View more adapted sonnets here.  

Leadership Sets The Culture On Set

There was a great letter from the ASC president Richard Crudo to the ASC members following the February death of Sarah Jones. You can read the whole thing here. What I want to focus on is his admonition that it is indeed the cinematographers - the leaders - who set the tone and the culture on... Continue Reading →

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