In 1973 a tragic fire at a second floor bar in New Orleans killed 32 people. Because it was a gay bar, the story was nearly swept under the rug. […]
This is my first solid attempt at a filming technique called hyperlapse. Basically it’s time lapse combined with motion. If you watch breaking bad you see this done pretty regularly, […]
New Orleans Bywater neighborhood: A mix of old rubble from nearly eight years ago, and newcomers from all over the country. Outdoor movies, public art, abandoned churches, strange vibrations.
I filmed this over the course of two hours on top of the industrial canal levee in the ninth ward. I believe that Watching time fly past you like this […]
Months after Hurricane Sandy ravaged much of the east coast, the residents of the tight-knit Sheepshead Bay neighborhood in Brooklyn struggled to rebuild their lives. This short film tells the […]
I made this news style piece covering the protests over the introduction of tuition at Cooper Union, one of the country’s last free colleges, for our weekly student broadcast. The […]
So this is it… this is my big project. I have until the end of the year to produce an earth-shaking, half hour piece of investigative journalism. Or at least […]
One sad truth: we loose our innocence not through participation in acts of violence or sex, not to submitting to greed and narcism, rather, we loose our innocence in this […]
Pablo Picasso once said “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” Anecdotal, yes, but researchers are becoming more aware of the physical and mental benefits of […]
The owners of Artopolis Bakery, in Astoria, were kind enough to let me film one of their bakers making their famous hand made phyllo dough. This video is the result.