Love can always be found, if you have the guts to express it. I had a lot of fun as the DOP and colorist on this music video for singer-songwriter Rebecca Perl. The video was directed by Jessica Kantor and Sean Leviashvili, and produced by Evy Bjorn at Neon Heart.
I was the 2nd Unit Director of Photography on Victor Crowley, the latest installment of director Adam Green’s popular “Hatchet” horror series.
In 2010, I was the gaffer on this awesomely creepy, slow-burn horror film, directed by Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project, Exists), and photographed by talented DP John Rutland. Shooting took place in an old, and presumably haunted, farmhouse in Maryland.
This is a development teaser for a film called Take-Out Girl, which I shot and edited earlier this year. I was inspired by the makers of Tangerine to shoot this teaser on the iPhone. I would probably never use a phone to shoot a feature film, but I was impressed by how well it performed. It was possible to shoot quickly and discreetly on location and allowed the actors a lot of freedom during takes.
We’re using this short sizzle to develop a series featuring young rock drummer phenom, Alexey.
“Christmas Morning” was one of the first things I worked on this month after relocating to Los Angeles, and was a reunion of sorts with old friends from Florida, like director Ben Rock, writer Bob DeRosa, and sound mixer Jeremy Gilleece. “Blair Witch” director Dan Myrick makes a cameo appearance, as well. I was the gaffer on this short, and had the pleasure of meeting and working with DP Mike Mickens and producer Liam Finn.
I’ve been collecting stills from interviews I’ve shot over the last couple of years. Here’s a few…
Lone Star Lady – A&E
Richard Thompson – Legendary British Folk Guitarist
True Crime Series
True Crime Series