As I enter into my final semester at Hunter College’s Integrated Media Arts program, I’m doing a little house cleaning. Perhaps avoiding finishing my thesis! I started in my first film for my MFA in Fall 2018, and I finally finished post production yesterday! Anyone who has worked with me will know I work fastContinue reading “The End in Sight”
Great news! My strange little film will be included in Hunter College’s showcase at DOCNYC this year. It’s showing with other films by Lidiya Kan, Nicole Barreras, Jacqueline Wade and Kim Maxine Baglieri at the preeminent New York film Fest
The Chicago International Film Festival (CSIFF) awarded ‘Anamnesis [Part One]’ ‘best short doc’ this month and earlier this month the film was awarded the National Board of Review’s Student Award 2021..which I have to say, was nice.
I visited The Abaco islands in the Bahamas for the Daily Telegraph . You can see my pictures here
I volunteer at a non-profit café—Postmark Café on 6th street— in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The cafe is normally subdued, most people sitting and chat or work in silence or with headphones, music plays on the shops’ sound system. At 11:40am every school day students from the local middle school in Park Slope, Brooklyn flood intoContinue reading “Mise En Place”
Jon Tiedermann family’s new home has a sinister history, and only an act of kindness can break the curse.
Last year Brooklyn’s Postmark Cafe raised $15k for charity and nobody noticed them doing it. Here’s my short film about the Park Slope coffee shop.
I saw her snuggled between a sleek black Schwin and an angular, haughty red Raleigh, with a wicker basket—like models backstage at Fashion Week.
Yesterday’s resignation of the Head of the Drugs Enforcement Administration (DEA), Michele Leonhart, amid sex scandals and bitter conflicts with Obama’s White House, comes at a time when the agency should be looking back at their golden years. Thirty years ago Reagan’s DEA were, for a change, on the winning side in the ‘War onContinue reading “Quaaludes: The forgotten victory in the War on Drugs”
Ex-Parole Officer Richie Baxt’s guitar repair business has survived the tough streets of New York City for 20 years.