1. Custom DVD covers I made for my films.

    I may make them available to purchase if there is enough interest. 

     
  2. Showreel highlighting my work from 2010-2014.

    Music: 
    Creature from the Black Lagoon/ The Wolf Man Theme by Hans J. Salter
    The Howling Theme by Pino Donaggio

     
     
  3. Dead To Me, EVE: A Christmas Tale, Bats in the Belfry

    I consider these three to be part of a trilogy. Though the stories could not be more different, each of these films occurs within the same universe with related characters. 

     
  4. Flashback to 2011 and the making of The Kingdom, a curious piece riddled with hidden messages and teenage angst. There was no script for this film, just a series of sketches and images that I wanted to convey symbolically. Experimental film is extremely liberating compared to the structure of traditional narrative. 

     
  5. Behind the scenes slideshow from my 2012 creature feature “EVE”.

     
     
  6. Applying makeup to actor Aaron Zook for the film”The Missionary”. I was inspired to go very theatrical with the makeup on this show to create a “camp” vibe within the film. Unrealistic bold colors were used to establish a stylized universe for the film.

    Photo Credit: Jesse Gibson.

     
  7. Throwback to 2009 when I met the divine Betsy Palmer, who played the iconic role of Mrs. Voorhees in 1980’s Friday the 13th.

     
  8. Hanging out behind the scenes of the Stephen King inspired “Bats in the Belfry” with Pamela Hallorann, brilliantly played by my looney friend Tarah Hadel.

     
  9. I always wondered what kind of films I’d be turning out of film school. I think it’s safe to say I have made my inner child proud this year with my accomplishments. I’ve managed to try something new with this year’s film, and I learned a thing or two about myself along the way. I ventured into the city to make a “film” in the truest sense of the word. Shooting on 16mm meant regular trips to Kodak, Panavision, and Technicolor. These ventures had me feeling like I was following in the footsteps of my idols. I have so many people to thank for making this bizarre concept a reality. It’s weird, uncomfortable, unique, and notably different than anything I’ve previously done…