A fun little skate video we shot over a sweaty day in Bushwick & NYC.
Shot from the back of a modified pedi-cab on a RED Epic.
Google commissioned me to concept and direct a short video to illustrate some of the many uses of the new Chromecast.
We developed a really cool way to nail the phone swipes exactly right. I'm not telling you how we did it, tho...
The European Humanities University asked me to make a couple of short documentaries about their plight to fight exile from Belarus by re-opening in nearby Lithuania.
Google asked me to come up with a video which would show off how cool the new YouTube app is.
The idea we shot was simple - a bunch of New York kids send each other the same video using the different features of the app.
There are no professional actors in this piece. We just ran around NYC for two days coercing total strangers to be in the video.
This was a joint project between GEICO and The Sundance Channel to tie in with the show "Inside The Writers Room."
We were invited to The Martin Agency to sit with the creatives behind the epic GEICO work and learn a little about their process.
Not much to say that all the drinking in this video is real.
Not much to this one. We just filmed a bunch of strangers talking about how much they miss using real cameras.
My baby. I worked on this film with two partners for over six years. At long last we are going to be in the theaters in autumn 2014.
The photos are from the Kino Pavasaris film festival where we won tops honors / audience award.
Another one of the GEICO / Sundance collaborations I directed.