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Pigheaded at the DCIFF

My new documentary Pigheaded about comix pioneer Skip Williamson has been selected to screen at the 2017 DC Independent Film Festival. The film will play on President's Day February 20th at 1:30 PM at the Naval Heritage Center in the President's Room. For more details and ticket sales, visit: https://dciff-indie.org/2017-documentaries/pigheaded/ You can view the first 4 minutes of the documentary below: →


The Greek Secret

I was hired again by The Washington Oxi Foundation, this time to make a short film about the Greek word Philotimo. I co-directed the film with the organization founders, Andy Manatos and Mike Manatos. I also filmed the opening scene, edited and created all the motion graphics and conducted most of the interviews, including George Stephanopoulos, Arianna Huffington and His →


There’s Something Weird About Jay Lynch

Here's a short web video I made recently. I met up with cartoonist Jay Lynch at SPX in Bethesda. I handed him a copy of Roxy Funnies from 1972 and asked him to tell me about it. Weirdness ensued.


Box Brown’s ANDRE THE GIANT: Life and Legend

Here's a video I shot and edited recently. I filmed cartoonist Box Brown signing his New York Times Bestselling Graphic Novel ANDRE THE GIANT: Life and Legend at Big Planet Comics in DC. I shot with DSLR cameras using a variety of lenses. It edited in Premiere, with a few touches in After Effects. Special thanks to Jared Smith at →


Generation Action

Here's a video that I edited recently. It was edited in Adobe Premiere with a few graphic treatments using After Effects. Also, a few of the shots throughout are mine, almost all other footage shot by Jeff Dailey. Produced by 76 Words.


Meet Stephanie & ACA Outreach

Here's 2 videos that I recently worked on. I shot and edited the Meet Stephanie video and I edited and created the motion graphics to the ACA Outreach video. ACA Outreach shot by Jeff Dailey.


The Family Sandoval

Here's a new ad that I shot and edited recently. Shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico using a 5D Mark III on a Kessler Pocket Dolly. The second camera was a Canon 7D. Edited entirely in Adobe Premiere. An interesting side note: Our soundman, Darryl L. Frank, was a soundman on Terminator Salvation and Breaking Bad, where he worked on 60-some →


The Story of Oxi Day and the Battle of Crete

I recently directed and edited these two short documentaries for the Washington Oxi Day Foundation. I filmed the opening footage of the WWII Memorial, with Christian Brown as camera assistant. Kian McKeller ran the dolly camera on both Kitreoff's interview and Dina Titus. Christian Brown was camera operator for all other camera work. Sound recording on Kitreoff's interview by Richard →


American Cancer Society

I ran camera on all of the interviews in this video. Additional camera work by Christian Brown. Produced by 76 Words.


“Own Decisions”

Recently filmed this ad for the governor's race in Virginia. I filmed everything, except the 3rd and last shots. Filmed on a Canon 5D Mark III. Edited by John Rohrbach.


Virginia Women’s Health ad

Recently worked with the folks at 76 Words again to shoot and edit this ad. Shot with a Canon 5D Mark III and a 7D shooting simultaneously. Edited in Final Cut Pro.


Texas Bus Tour

Shot and edited these videos while on the Stand With Texas Women Bus Tour. Filmed using 5D Mark III, Canon 7D and Canon 60D. Edited in Final Cut Pro.


This Wired House

Shot and edited this video for Rob Waters at This Wired House. Shot using a Canon 7D and Canon 60D using multiple lenses and a Kessler Pocket Dolly. Edited in Final Cut Pro, with a few touches in After Effects.


KIPP DC

Every time I film for KIPP, I'm blown away by the students there. Here's a recent video I shot and edited for KIPP DC. KIPP DC College Prep Class of 2013 from KIPP DC on Vimeo.


Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life

In 2011, my friend and long-time collaborator, Steven Greenstreet, brought me on to shoot for a docu-series that he was co-producing with Lagan Sebert on Sebert's sister, Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life. On April 23rd, the series premiered on MTV and here's a bonus clip that was released exclusively online. Steven Greenstreet and I shot the b-roll. Lagan Sebert and →


Year of the Snake Dog IPA

Recently worked with director Tim Martin as a camera operator on his epic short film about Flying Dog's Snake Dog IPA in a can. I was one of three camera operators. I shot with a Canon C100 camera using multiple lenses. There was an additional C100 and a FS700 for the super slow-mo footage. Edited by Tim Martin.


The Archive of Jay Lynch

This is a mini-doc I made as a special web feature for my documentary, Blood, Boobs & Beast. It features underground comix pioneer Jay Lynch and was filmed on a Canon 7D.


Dry Erase

Shot and edited this spot. Filmed with a Canon 5D Mark iii, and edited in Final Cut Pro, and then brought into After Effects to finish. Produced by 76 Words.


Ask Mitt

Here's a video I shot and edited. Film in Denver, CO on the eve of the first 2012 presidential debates using a Canon 7D and Canon 60D. Edited in Final Cut Pro. Produced by 76 Words.


“Cynthia’s Story”

I shot and edited this ad, which is playing on TV nationally. I used a Canon 7D and a Canon 60D, shooting simultaneously. One camera had a 50mm 1.4 lens and the other was using a 28mm 1.8 lens. Edited in Final Cut Pro. Produced by 76 Words.


Kelly Froh

Just finished this short doc about autobiographical cartoonist Kelly Froh. Co-directed and edited by Richard B. Smith, Jr. Shot in 2008 on a Sony PD-170.


“Thanks to You”

Edited this end-of-the-year fundraising video for Planned Parenthood. Edited in Final Cut Pro with a few touches with After Effects. Also, shot the to-camera footage at the end of the video. Filmed with a Canon 60D, 50mm 1.4 lens. Produced by 76 Words.


Ke$ha shoot for the Humane Society

Ran the second camera (close-up) on this shoot for the National Humane Society. Filmed with 2 Canon 7D cameras.


Shoot for Carhartt & Cintas

I shot this video a few months back for Rubin Communications. Shot on a Sony Z1U. Produced by Danny Rubin.