Category Archives: Director
I directed a music video for Zig-Zags. It’s a tribute to shot-on-video horror films and the days of 80’s heavy metal inspired satanic panic. It premiered at Cinepocalypse and is now online for your viewing pleasure. Watch it below!
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.
After a long festival run that included The Overlook Film Festival, Fantasia, Cucalorus, BendFilm, Telluride Horror Show, Cinepocalypse, Indie Memphis, and Sidewalk, my dark comedy short film Don’t Ever Change is now streaming on Vimeo. Since going live last week … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that my short film Don’t Ever Change will be making its international premiere at the incredible Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal on July 19th!
Sean Malin at the Austin Chronicle just published a story on the resurgence of horror among Austin’s independent filmmakers. I was honored to be included (for my short film Don’t Ever Change) alongside great Austin films like La Barracuda, The … Continue reading
I’m excited to announce that my new short film Don’t Ever Change will be premiering at The Overlook Film Festival! I wrote and directed the film, which stars Cyndi Williams, Heather Kafka, and Frank Mosley, was produced by Jennifer Harlow … Continue reading
I was pleasantly surprised to see that my short film The Horrible Life of Dr. Ghoul was selected as Film School Rejects’ Short of the Day. They described it as “devious, decidedly wicked, and devilishly amusing,” check out the full write-up … Continue reading
I’ve given some interviews recently for anyone who might be interested in that sort of thing. First, producer Kelly Williams and I sat down with Sean Malin at CineMalin to discuss our various projects, the Austin film scene, and Brad Besser’s … Continue reading