Super8 • 2:25 • 2018
Light pollution, pesticides, and reduced habitat (people over-manicuring their lawns) are negatively impacting firefly populations around the country. Two summer nights in a row I cried myself to sleep thinking about having to live in a world without fireflies.
'Who Can Shoot a Firefly?' was at first conceived as a PSA to raise awareness about creating firefly habitat, but as I set out with my roll of 500T super8 film one dusky night I quickly discovered the ephemerality of both my subject matter and chosen medium.
The glow of the firefly lasts but a passing moment, the film is running and there is only a finite amount left. Edited in camera.
Super8 • Work in Progress
An 89 year old marketing gimmick subliminally resurfaces on a lonely road in the American west.
Super8 • Hand Processed • 90seconds • 2018
What happens when a seagull breaks its wing?
Video • 2min 58sec • 2017
Early last summer I discovered that most 'top filmmaker' lists only include male directors. For the next several months I couldn't stop imagining myself as one of them- one of the greats.
35mm, 16mm • Work in Progress
A documentary mystery set in Western Pennsylvania.