This short docu-film interviews recent college graduates who will explore their childhoods, leading up to where they are in their lives now. Their expectations as children are not reflected by reality.
This sketch was a creation based around the idea of fecal transplants. Take a moment to look it up and once you realize how disgusting a poop milkshake is, you'll understand why I was compelled to make this.
A parody and combination of Calvin Klein underwear and erectile disfunction advertisements.
Originally recorded digitally, placed on a used VHS tape, and recorded once again through CRT televisions, this video shows the artist recounting and regurgitating of the memories, feelings, and experiences of watching other works.
The subject shows literal confusion, detachment, and a sense of loss from these memories as shown in visuals.
A short adaptation on the scenes involving "the audience " from Quentin Dupieux's film, Rubber. This audience is watching another audience watch them instead of a tire with telekinetic killing abilities.
"There are a lot of layers to this."
"It's almost too conceptual to follow, but I love it."
This is a response to Guy Ben-Ner's "Stealing Beauty", in which he filmed an eighteen-minute 'sitcom' entirely in an Ikea. In addition to being a response, I was given five obstructions by Timothy Kelly, based off the film, "The Five Obstructions", when making this video.
A collaborative project shot and produced in early 2012.
Here, I directed actors and edited down this version of the short film.
Created as a way to play with composite 2D & 3D visuals with live-action footage.
Originally thought was to think about how technology could be an invasion or a forced intrusion into someone's life.