Become Future

– 4 min. experimental video & interactive installation loop, 2011. (concept, camera, edit, electronics, programming) Biological and electronic forms coagulate in a video feedback abyss.

Texas Summer

– 3.45 min. experimental, 2011. (concept, camera, edit) Memories of the violent and fantastic reverberate as characters plucked from Tobe Hooper's Texas Chainsaw Massacre feedback onto themselves.

No Way to Know

- 3:30 min. music video, 2010. (director, producer, videographer, editor) In a world of masked peoples and masked intentions there is truly no way to know. Shot in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bed-Stuy, the video follows artist, Felili through encounters with album collaborators Zach Landreneau, Tony Maimone and a host of Brooklyn natives.

At Highest Risk: Maternal Healthcare in the High Peruvian Andes

– 44 min. documentary, 2006. (editor and associate producer) Within the past decade, the Andean women in Peru have faced a massive sterilization campaign, exorbitant fines for homebirths, remnants of a deadly civil war, and the second highest maternal death rate in South America. Yet, as they have for centuries, the Quechua and Aymara people are fighting to preserve their traditions, beliefs and integrity. At Highest Risk winds through the beauty of Andean people's spirituality and their mysterious gift of self-preservation throughout centuries of adversity. As part of a Fulbright grant, our crew spent one year researching and filming in some of the most inaccessible regions of the Peruvian Andes.

Unreasonable Doubt: the Joe Amrine Case

– 50 min. documentary, 2002. (producer, videographer, editor, sound design) A dark portrait of the Missouri criminal justice system, this documentary takes viewers through the story of a Missouri man wrongfully convicted of a prison murder and sentenced to death. It reveals the startling lack of witnesses or evidence that implicates Joe Amrine in the murder of Gary Barber, a crime for which he has spent 17 years on death row. UD received international attention, playing for audiences such as the UN Human Rights Council, and eventually led to the vindication of Amrine and the reversal of Missouri Supreme Court precedent.

Within & Without

- 11.10 min. experimental, 2003. (writer, director, producer, videographer, editor) Cycles of violence spiral inward during this visceral trip of psychological trauma and haunting.