I Produced, Directed & Wrote this pop-culture parody featuring Brandon T Jackson & Sydney Poitier for FunnyorDie.com. It was a collaboration of several people .... see end credits for everyone involved.
On the side I make music videos. Mostly because I love music. All genres. Shot by Motion Family we made this one in L.A. ... featuring Popular Russian Rap Artist ST.
You're gonna want to play this one LOUD.
(Still under construction: More videos to be posted soon.)
One of several producer/directors on this project for Skee.TV, X-Box 360 & 343 Industries featuring Soulja Boy, Xzibit, DJ Skee, Prodigy, T-Boz, Sick Jacken & Ephraim Salaam
My first film: CONEY ISLAND BABY, which I'm proud to say, made it's premiere debut on The Sundance Channel and won the best first-time director award (Amy Hobby) at the Newport Film Festival.
Karl Geary (from HAMLET) stars in this humorous and touching love story about a small-time Irish rogue who returns home to Coney Island, a tiny village in Sligo, to win the girl he left behind. Alas, few in Coney Island are overjoyed to see him, including his beloved Bridget (Laura Fraser, from A KNIGHTS TALE), who is very pregnant and eager to marry her new fiance.
My second film, this time around ... a documentary: NEW YORK AT THE MOVIES
scenes from some of the most celebrated films of all time highlight
captivating two-hour show. Hosted by Meryl Streep, the film chronicles the
cinematic history of New York City and while paying homage to a place that has served as the backdrop for many
great films, the
documentary examines the ways in which the Big Apple has been portrayed, whether as a
center of crime,
moral decay, greed and power, or as a land of romance, glamour and
opportunity. Along with
numerous clips, there are comments from filmmakers who have celebrated
city, including Sidney Lumet, Nora Ephron, Tim Robbins. Spike Lee, Ed Burns, Martin Scorsese, John Tuturro, and many more.
Originally produced for A&E, this is the only film clip I could find online.