selected Work



2019 / Minidocumentary

I created an in-depth minidoc about the infamous, curiously misguided 1993 “Super Mario Bros.” live-action film starring Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo. It’s all about what went wrong, how, and what it tells us in hindsight about the state of video game adaptations today.


"65 Years of Godzilla"

2019 / Supercut retrospective

I was a little disappointed that the Bear McCreary/Serj Tankian cover of Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla" for the upcoming King of the Monsters didn't have an official music video, so I took it upon myself to make one.


"imdB at comic-con 2018"

2018 / Entertainment media event multicam coverage

An example of the on-site event editing I've done for entertainment media outlets, including IMDb and Yahoo Movies.



2017 / Web doc series: Associate Producer

Meet the "Star Trek" Superfan James Cawley who has meticulously recreated the sets for the Enterprise from the original 1960s television series. Full story:

"Our Merchant of hate"

2018 / Minidocumentary


An attempt to document our strange and troubling political moment.


"WEst Coast Gothic:

the Mood Reel"

2017 / Conceptual Teaser for 2019 Feature Film [Wrote, directed, edited]

Estranged fraternal twins Allen and Allie return to their hometown of Obelisk Bay and find themselves falling ever-deeper into a web of mystery. This is a first look at our debut independent feature film, "West Coast Gothic,” premiering in 2019.


"previously, on ‘twin peaks’…"

2017 / Supercut retrospective

This hour-length editorial project was an experiment in creating a synopsis that maintained the unique atmosphere and mood of the seminal David Lynch/Mark Frost series by bypassing any of the overbearing voice overs usually found in the genre and instead building around the series’ iconic soundtrack courtesy of Angelo Badalamenti and Julee Cruise. It netted over 100,000 views on YouTube and garnered attention online, including a write-up on premiere community site



2015 / Editorial Exercise

M∞D ℃HROℳ△TI© is for when you're feeling like your life needs more low-poly CGI, laser grids, and things that turn into other things. Music is "So Far Away" (Lazerhawk).