All throughout my undergraduate studies in painting and printmaking, I kept thinking about moving pictures. I knew that once I started my graduate studies that film and video would play an important role in my growth as an artist.  I jumped right in and found myself very comfortable working on multiple film productions throughout the year. I’ve also participated in a few 24 Hour Video Races in Dallas, Texas; there is never a dull moment!

I enjoy all aspects of the film-making process, and have taken on roles from director to cable wrangler with complete joy.

NARRATIVE WORK:

My first short film, Latchkey, was shot on Super 16mm film. It was accepted into several local and national film festivals.

I was the producer for Helado, a short film directed by Gabriel Duran. I also have a brief cameo with my daughter. Sometimes, you need an extra!

I was a production assistant and helped with the set for Technophiliac, a short film produced by the UT Arlington narrative film class.

The Legend of Wyoming Phillips was a lot of fun to work on. It’s also a short film produced by the UT Arlington narrative film class. I assisted with art direction, props and sound.

NON-NARRATIVE WORK:

Incommodious is a video animation made from a series of contour drawings.

Coney Island Sway is a unique dual video combination that was edited to be viewed vertically on a digital photo frame. The imagery was all shot on Super 8mm film in Coney Island, NY.

Winter with Miguel was shot on Super 8mm on a snowy day in Brooklyn, NY.

EXPERIMENTAL WORK:

You are here is an experimental short video with imagery from the NY subway and the Natural Museum of History in New York, NY.

Subterranean Shuffle is a dark, gritty experimental film shot on Super 8mm film in a New York City Subway.

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