November 15, 2013
What I Love About Concrete just premiered at the Indie Memphis Film Festival, where it received the Emerging Artist Award! Reviews here and here. We also took the film on a crazy tour of DIY spaces, from New Orleans to Vermont. Rukusu is finally nearing a rough cut, and I've posted a youth media project & curriculum developed through Access Humboldt under research.
August 8, 2012
Art Environments of the Southwest, a website documenting my 2010 research trip with Eileen Townsend, has finally launched! So check it out. Also, I recently wrapped shooting the Rukus Project after over 3 years of production. I am so grateful for everyone who has participated in and supported this film - I'll let y'all know when I finish the editing... Concrete is coming soon, though! In other news, I've been living in northern California for a few months, working as a VISTA on youth media projects through Access Humboldt.
November 20, 2011
What I Love About Concrete is in the final stages of production - just gotta color correct and mix the sound. Shooting for the Rukus Project is wrapping up nicely as well. And the Art Environments of the Southwest site should launch very soon.
January 14, 2011
The website and trailer for What I Love About Concrete have finally been launched! Concrete is an upcoming feature-lengh fairy tale comedy film co-directed by Katherine Dohan and Alanna Stewart; I'm the Assistant Director. Go watch the TRAILER! Yay!
November 1, 2010
I finally redesigned my website. This time I'll try to take care of the place and keep things current. I've been pretty busy the past few months. I moved from Chicago back to Memphis, where I'm working on two feature film projects. Shooting for the still-untitled "Rukusu Project" continues at a slow but steady pace, while What I Love About Concrete just entered post-production after four crazy but amazing years! Still working on my Furry fandom paper, when there's time, but things are stalled with the Southwestern art environments project until Eileen gets back from the UK. And I got a great job working with kids!