Category Archives: Awards
I’m happy to announce that my film Don’t Ever Change was featured on the prestigious Short of the Week, where they describe it as “a bloody hilarious 10min treat” and “the most fun I’ve had watching a short in ages.” … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that my dark comedy Don’t Ever Change has been selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick by the curation team at Vimeo. You can watch the film here.
I recently had the honor of editing Heroes from the Storm, a short documentary about five Houstonians who did extraordinary things in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The film was directed by Ben Steinbauer for The Bear in collaboration with … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that High Profits, the CNN docs-series I edited (as part of an incredible team of talented editors and story producers) is nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy. If you missed the eight episode series when … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that John Bryant’s dark comedy The Samaritans (which I edited) took home the Jury Prize for Best Texas Short at the SXSW Film Festival.
Yen Tan’s award-winning drama Pit Stop is coming to DVD and VOD in early 2014 through Wolfe Video. In the meantime the film continues an impressive festival run, taking home awards such as Best Actor at Outfest (a tie between the … Continue reading
A bunch of my projects have ended up on some “Best of 2012” lists. Mark Bell at Film Threat called Cinema Six the second best film of the year (only after Django Unchained) and Don Simpson at Smells Like Screen Spirit listed … Continue reading
Hey, some films I worked on just won some awards! My short film Six Hundred and Forty-One Slates took home Best Experimental Film at the Lausanne Underground Film Festival in Sweeden. Caroline Connor’s short film Sexy Chat (which I produced … Continue reading
Pictures of Superheroes, is going to have its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival. The film was included in AFF’s “early ten” announcement, which you can read about at Variety, Movieline, The Austin American Statesman, The Austin Chronicle, and Indiewire, and you … Continue reading