I’m happy to announce I’ll be having a chat at Potomac State to discuss all things film March 25th. With 10+ years in the industry, working almost every job both in front of and behind the camera, I’ve seen it all (for better or worse). All details for the event are here. Hope to see you there!
It’s crazy to me I haven’t updated this thing in a year (no it’s not). I’ve had a whirlwind 365+ days; pivoting careers, moving, and putting my creativity into other outlets. I’m currently focused on pursuing a career in art education, an unknowingly intense passion of mine. Who knew I’d love being back in the classroom? It’s been a rewarding experience, and I can’t wait for the day to have my own group of students in my own classroom.
Until then, I share with you my other “creative outlets.” As a producer, I spent my time behind the camera, but over the last few years, I’ve been in front. I’ve taken part in several fun, sometimes silly, but always creative and wonderful projects. Behold, Uncle No Rules, from the creative mind of Richie Brown. I’ve had the privilege of knowing Brown since I was a young teenager and it’s been a blast to see him grow into such a talented and unusual artist. I’ve been a part of several of his projects over the years. His latest is Uncle No Rules, a half-hour long show for kids. (Maybe?) The show is hard to describe (I mean that lovingly), and I believe it’s best to just watch for yourself.
Well, it's almost Inktober. After a doodle-sesh of drawings doods without bodies (normal), I've been playing around with the idea of doing a "Creep-a-Day" during the month of October. Yay? Nay? Will I? Won't I? Perhaps I'll try to keep it to this blog, perhaps it'll drip into Instagram. For the three of you that follow me daily, check back to find out!
Like many on midnight on January 1, 2017, I promised myself to draw more. (Still working on going to the gym more, but baby steps.) This piece entitled "Manic Pixie Dream Boys" was my love letter to stock film characters and the silly trope they inhibit.
Like everyone else, I've been feeling the anxiety of the upcoming election. I always felt the best way to deal with your fears, is to draw them. So you know, here's Dump.
It's been three years in the making but I can finally say it's ready.
Yep, "Daddy Don't Go," the documentary about fatherhood I've helped produce is going to premiere at the DOC NYC Film Festival on November 14. I am so excited to share this amazing news with everyone.
The line-up this year is crazy (ummm Hillary Clinton and Martin Scorsese will be there???) so I feel humbled our film is even included.
Our premiere screening will be on Saturday, November 14th at 9:45 PM. We’ll be in a 400 seat theater so hope to see some faces! Tickets are available for purchase here.
SATURDAY, NOV. 14
SVA THEATRE - 333 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
TUESDAY, NOV. 17
BOW TIE CHELSEA THEATRE - 260 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
Thank you all for the support over the years! It's been a journey, and I wish my own pops was here to see it. So proud.
Check out daddydontgothemovie.com for more news about the film.
I spent time in Europe over the week of 4th of July. Brought a journal to document my travels and only got three pages in. Oh well, guess I'll have to go back.
If you've found your way here, then you've found my new site. I'll eventually put up newer pieces that I've been working on, so stayed tuned!