El Ganzo Trailer (fe...

El Ganzo is a state of mind, a magical personal experience, a delightful hotel in the wilds of San Jose del Cabo, and a magnificent feature film I had the good fortune to shoot in the summer of 2014. If you have a moment, take the time to watch the trailer (click above) and enjoy the French...

Hell Town Sneak Prev...

Last night I had the great honor of attending a sneak preview of a most delightful, bizarre and magical film at the Alamo Draft House in the grand city of Austin. The movie was ‘Hell Town,’ a soap opera/slasher film I shot last year with co-directors Elizabeth Spear and Steve...

PerfectMatch Release...

It has taken over four years and a goodly amount of hard and often joyful work to usher this film into the world. Today at 7:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, PerfectMatch was released into the wild. I am so very happy and excited that this quirky, lovely, romantic, delightful and slightly edgy...

PopTech Social Innov...

There is something incredibly delightful about writing on one’s skin. The feel of the marker as it transcribes its path, forming letters which form phrases which create meaning which suggest a narrative. A tactile narrative made more fantastic still because it rests proudly upon the...

The Far Flung Star

  There are projects one takes on because they speak to your heart and there are projects that one pursues because they speak to your intellect and then there are projects one dives into because they are so whimsically fascinating and delightfully nutty that to pass them up one would...

95 Lives Article in ...

If we were to all jump into the way back machine (something akin to a time machine) and turn the little knurled knob to October of 2010 and push the little pear-shaped lavender button beside the cup holder containing the silver caraffe of decaf espresso, we would, with luck, end up in the...

Chimney with white dots Mar22

Chimney with white d...

It’s Tuesday, nearly six in the evening and winter in Maine. March has treaded muddily through half its days but this evening seems more akin to late January or February. It’s snowing. Large, delightfully unperfect crystals of silver-white settle through the surprisingly warm air....

Tree circles in snow Mar20

Tree circles in snow

It’s late afternoon in Maine; late winter. The overcast sky lends a silver-grey patina to everything beneath it. Across the street is a stand of trees hanging about, rustling amongst themselves, as trees are want to do on a snow day. At the base of each tree, a circle of snow...

Little blue jar via SX-70 Mar19

Little blue jar via ...

There is a little blue jar that sits atop the window sill above my kitchen sink. It’s been there for; well, for as long as I can remember. I’m not even certain of how it arrived or who may have brought, or even left it. It’s filled with small, smooth rocks, though I...

2013 Workshops

The new year has begun with aplomb, or at least with a small pile of snow and a modicum of good cheer here in the wilds of Maine. This, of course, means it’s time to organize my workshop schedule for the Spring. I am excited about returning to Maine Media Workshops once again to lead...

Tuberville Episodes ...

  I’m a little behind in getting out exciting news about new releases here in electron-land (that’s the internet to you and me), but I thought it prudent to do just that. If you’ve not yet had a chance to watch episodes two (2) and three (3) of the webseries Tuberville,...

PerfectMatch Color C...

It’s often said that a film gets made three times; first when it’s written, then again when it’s filmed and finally when it’s edited. But I would put forth that it gets made once again during color correction. Of course, this comes from a cinematographer. And...

Tuberville The Serie...

The first episode of Tuberville the Series is online. This project has been a joyful labor of love for myself and my producing partners, Anelisa Garfunkel and Mark Booker for over a year. Why so joyful? The series is a fictional exploration of life on a New England potato farm in support of a...

Reel

I’m terrible at updating my reel. Why? Because it’s an incredibly tedious affair to track down all the footage, assemble it in one place, edit it into something worth watching and then find music that works underneath all of these tidbits of imagery. With that being said, here is...

Anatomy of the Tide ...

This is the trailer for the feature film I shot last September (2011). The film is a coming-of-age story about three boys who grow up on an island off the coast of Maine. Each must overcome a dark secret from their past in order to move forward with their lives – and for them this means...

Why They Moved To Ma...

In March of 2010 I was contacted by Down East Magazine, to talk about why I chose to move to Maine and live there year-round. I agreed, and this article is the result. DownEast Magazine Article I don’t know if you’ve ever been interviewed for a magazine article before, but...

Type A

Yes, it’s considered a personality type, however, this incarnation is a music video for a  song titled, you guessed it, Type A. Though, as luck would have it, the song is about a bloke with the afore-mentioned personality classification. A few years ago my long-time creative partner,...

PopTech Science Innovation Fellows Jan15

PopTech Science Inno...

This past August, amidst the massive oaks and lush green fields of a turn of the century estate on Long Island – now part of the Cold Spring Harbor Labs – I spent a week filming with PopTech. We were out east on Long Island to document the organization’s Science Fellows...

PerfectMatch on Kick...

This past summer I filmed my first feature, PerfectMatch (originally titled Her Name Is … Me). It’s a quirky romantic comedy about two twenty-somethings who find each other and fall in love over the internet. It seems cute and quaint, right? Except that the boy, Stephen, actually...