A montage of projects done over the past 3 years in New York City.
May 2012, Indian Summer, high definition, 19 mins. A tramp builds a camera with objects found in the streets and takes voyeuristic photographs of women. He spots Jana, a first time model for a painter. Trailer: vimeo.com/43884623
April 2012, Temptation, high definition, 4 mins. A scene based on the temptation of Christ by Satan in the wilderness: vimeo.com/39766065
March 2012, The Hubbub, high definition, 6 mins. A young man runs from the industrialized world where he lives. Projected at the Sarah Lawrence Film Festival: vimeo.com/38007205
February 2012, Shunga, high definition, 5 mins. A bourgeois woman calls for a male escort dressed as a cowboy: vimeo.com/37650185
December 2011, The Glare, high definition, 14 mins. Two friends are convinced that the World is coming to an end tonight. Through the medium of a ventriloquist dummy, they express their wish to hire an escort girl for their last night on Earth. Submitted to the Sarah Lawrence Film Festival. Trailer: vimeo.com/33712600
August 2010, The Bottom Line, high definition, 22 mins. A coat-check attendant is obsessed with fur coats. Trailer: youtube.com/watch?v=kCgSdSW_ffo
June 2010, Peyote, high definition, 4 minutes. A music video featuring the Mexican electronic band, Solesta. Projected during Solesta’s concert at “Clandestino”, Cambridge, MA: youtube.com/watch?v=2p7M7vG9Xv8
May 2010, Pen Brothers, high definition, 9 minutes. Two screenwriters in loss of inspiration deal with the difficulties of creation. Submitted to the Sarah Lawrence Film Festival and Aspace Student Film Series: youtube.com/watch?v=S6dmwcGKdxQ
March 2010, Speed the Plow, digital high definition video, 5 minutes. A scene based on the play by David Mamet directed by Louis Ozawa Changchien. Used as a reel for Partial Comfort Productions.
February 2010, Watch Dog, digital high definition video, 5 minutes. TV pilot presenting a cop-show mini-series starring actor Frank Harts. Pilot submitted to ABC Channel: vimeo.com/10684617
January 2010, Paradise Lost, digital high definition video, 9 minutes. A scene based on the play by Clifford Odets.