Here are two pieces I cut for Broadly, Vice's new-ish women's interest channel launched in 2015.
Over the past few years I've created original content for the up and coming Chattanooga Film Festival. Mostly the cinema indents that play during the festival. Until this year, when I was invited back to create the permanent in house content for CINE-RAMA, the independent cinema just opened by it's founders- which also plays host to the festival.
Another satisfying collaboration with director Abigail Bean and LA's favorite Glam Pop outfit Fatal Jamz.
Here's some press.
The Cinefamily has become a revered Los Angeles Institution. Whenever I can, I find the time to cut together trailers for their screenings. I love Cinefamily.
The Motivation 2.0. Released June 2015.
This doc takes a look at the life and times of Philly skate legend Chris Cole. Featuring Tony Hawk, Rodney Mullen, Jamie Thomas and Bam Margera, and loads of killer never before seen archival skate footage from the 90s and beyond . Directed by two time Sundance alum director Adam Bhala Lough. Available on Netflix and iTunes.
A forthcoming short film by director Erin Segal. Pending premiere at festivals, but watch a cool trailer and learn more about the film HERE.
Another AP related item- this time a collaboration with one of my favorite LA artists Jason Yates (who directed this). This video was commissioned for MOCA but somehow never made it into prime time...
Another collaboration with my girl Abigail Bean for the beloved singer / artist / mystic Diva. Her album is out now on Stone's Throw Records.
A trailer I did for the (quite good) documentary film Western, directed by Bill and Turner Ross.
A music video for Pink Mountaintops song Shakedown. Features a cameo by Dinosaur Jr's J. Mascis.
Article on Stereogum.com.
Directed by Simon Chan with Stop-mo courtesy of Jeneleen Floyd.