Accolades (2016): Official Selection - Tribeca Film Festival, Official Selection - BFI London Film Festival
Synopsis: In October of 1986, the NY Mets beat the Houston Astros in the NLCS in one of the most dramatic series of the decade. This film recreates their post-game airplane celebration: three hours of unbridled chaos resulting in an airplane interior that was almost completely destroyed.
Trial By Fury
A documentary feature film currently in post-production.
I'm working as Associate Producer and Additional Editor.
Accolades (2016): Official Selection - American Documentary Film Festival
Synopsis: A heinous crime unleashes a media firestorm trial that lands Scott Peterson on death row for the murder of his wife and unborn child. Ten years later it is clear that not everything in this case is what it seems, raising the question: was justice truly served? Using evidence and new information that was never presented to Peterson's jury at the time, Trial By Fury re-examines the facts of the case and the effect that the intense media attention had on justice.
A narrative, music-based short film - releasing online right here this Friday the 13th at 8:30pm EST.
I'm the Writer, Editor & Co-Director.
A young musician grapples with self-doubt as her insecurity haunts her through the streets of New York.
Synopsis: Evander Holyfield knew he could never earn the respect he craved until he defeated Mike Tyson. When the two finally fought, the world witnessed not one, but two of the sport's most memorable fights.
California Inspires Me: Brian Wilson
An animated short film.
I worked as assistant animator.
James Blagdenanimates the story of legendary singer-songwriter and founding member of the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson. In this short film, Wilson discusses the first time he saw the ocean, inventing surf music without being a surfer, and the joys of a simple life in California Inspires Me, a Google Play x California Sunday Magazine collaboration.
A documentary short film currently in post-production.
I'm working as a Producer and Editor.
In South Africa, it is estimated that more than any other community organization, adults belong to burial societies: informal funeral insurance groups made up relatives, neighbors and colleagues. Burial Society chronicles Itekeng Women's Club - an all-female burial society operating in a high-mortality and poverty-stricken province - as its members attempt to remain resilient and unified in the face of inevitable loss.