Category Archives: Videos
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!
Yen Tan’s horror-comedy short The Outfit (which I co-wrote and edited) is (after some delay) finally available on Vimeo. Since appearing online the short has received write-ups from The Austin Chronicle and Rue Morgue.
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
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 happy to announce that Travis Mathews’ new film Discreet, which I was producing one year ago today, is going to have its world premiere in the Panorama Section at the Berlinale Film Festival. The film has already garnered press … 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 had the privilege to work with subVRsive on two 360 documentaries to promote Showtime’s series The Circus. Each video takes viewers to a political rally for one of the major party nominees for president. The goal was to bring the show’s … Continue reading
John Bryant’s SXSW award-winning short dark comedy The Samaritans is now online. See it below.