Our film, “Yes And, I Do” was not only officially selected for the 2016 Austin Comedy Short Film Festival but we were also chosen as the WINNER of the ACSFF 2016 Best Comedy Micro Short Film Award!  We had a blast in Austin and couldn’t be more excited for this great honor!

My photography was shown at the Viva La Muxer exhibit at Werkartz in downtown LA. Viva La Muxer is a celebration of International Women’s Day, an all women art and music festival, and a benefit event for Las Fotos Project.

Results of the LA Scripted Comedy Festival are in: Our film, “Yes, And I Do” CRUSHED the audience vote, and the judges couldn’t decided between us and another film so we are proud to announce that we share the victory spoils for the Under 5 Minute Video Competition!

Excited to be working with Celtino Entertainment on 2 films to be released within 2016: Feature Drama Edith & Harvey (as lead Editor) and Short Film The Boy Next Door (as Producer.)

Six of my photographs, plus my video interview, were selected to be displayed and sold for the Save Art: Picture The City photography exhibit in Santa Monica, CA.  How do YOU view the city? That was the one day challenge on November 7th, 2015.

The short documentary film I edited, Niiamar: It Is What It Is, is stirring up the fashion world and getting a lot of press.  Check out this article and even watch the entire short film (TRT: 26 min.)  High Fashion.  High Passion.  High Drama.

I finally wrapped our post-production for my new comedy web series TOTAL TRIP DOMINATION!  This project is very near and dear to my heart since I co-wrote, shot, directed, and starred in every episode!  We are currently in talks with potential buyers so stay tuned for release information!

My short comedy film, Vandalismo, was officially selected to be a part of the LA Scripted Comedy Festival at iO West in Hollywood!  Our screening is in the Del Close theater on March 24th, 2015 @ 7pm.

We are starting our international film festival tour!  The Way to Kevin is officially international, being shown at 4 cities in Indonesia, including Jakarta at the Q! Film Festival, and in Mexico city at the MICGénero Film Festival 2014.  Read our blog about our experience in Mexico City!

The Way To Kevin, has been selected to it’s 5th festival screening at the Black Alphabet Film Festival in Chicago, making that our Midwest Premiere on July 2nd, 2014! We are excited that we get to share Kevin’s story with more people.

My short film, ‘The Crack,’ is competing in the Experimental Short Film Category at the 11th Annual Other Venice Film Festival on Saturday, October 11th at 1pm. Read more here and check out the trailer here!

Sundance 2014 was great as always!  Lots of inspiring and educating films and documentaries.  Among some of my favorites: Fed Up, The Overnighters, and Happy Valley. Great docs.  Congrats to all the filmmakers and we will see you again next winter in Park City!

I produced this Doritos commercial for the talented director Jody Lauren Miller.  Do you know the secret to a great commercial?  Check out the full video here.

Our screening of The Way to Kevin at QFest was a success!  We had full house at the Ritz East Theater in Philadelphia and a perfect audience response to the emotional and comedic moments throughout the film.   Read more on our blog and see photos!

Great turnout for our premiere of our feature documentary film, The Way to Kevin at the Cinedelphia Film Festival at PhilaMOCA! It was fun creating dialogue in the Q&A!  Read more about it here!

My first feature length documentary, The Way to Kevin, won the Gold Award for the 2012 California Film Award’s Documentary Film Competition.   My film-making partner, Nathan Edmondson, and I accepted the award in San Diego at the formal awards dinner!  Click here to read more and see photos!

“Meat Man” is a comedy stage production and short film, written by myself and Eric Zrinsky.  I also directed and edited this passion project.  We had honor of screening at the Creative Arts Film Festival and selling out shows at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.

Stills from first non-student film, “Number 9.”  Completed in 2009 and I’m proud of its accomplishments and excited for bigger and better things to come!