Films / Archive

Heart of the Storm:

A family in the midst of a break-up is held hostage by escaped convicts during a hurricane.

It was a challenge to light a film where 80% takes place during a power failure while making it acceptable for Lifetime. 35mm Panavision Ultra Speeds

Alice Upsidedown:

After her mothers death Alice again finds her life seriously disrupted when her father buys a store and moves her and her older brother to a new town.

My first film as a local 600 DP as well as first film with minors in every scene. I had a fantastic crew and a lot of fun making it. 35mm Panavision Ultra Speeds

Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss:

Billy is a gay fine-arts photographer who falls in love with straight coffee-shop waiter Gabriel.

This was my first feature and it changed my life in so many positive ways. 

We shot in 35mm Panavision anamorphic with a 98lb. PSR camera. The film was in dramatic competition at Sundance and was theatrically released. Panavision B, HS and USG lenses.

Trinity Goodheart:

Trinity is visited by an angel and concludes that her mother is in danger and needs her help.

The first of three films made with the amazing Director Joanne Hock.  Second film with minors in every scene. Requires moving quickly and deliberately to make the day and not compromise the look. 

We shot this on a Cannon 7D with Super Baltar lenses. 



Raising Izzie:

The story of two orphaned sisters and the teacher who changes their lives forever.

First film in the ATL. Used the Sony F-35. (Wish I had used the 7D.)

Panavision Ultra Speeds

Kill the Man:

The two owners of the Long Shot Copies struggle against a copying giant, King Co. Thus starts a series of gimmicks and a war against the opposition.

This is the first of three films made with Director Jon Kean. (The forth will shoot next year in Rawanda).

35mm Panavision Ultra Speeds 

Torn Apart:

 

The first of two films with Director Stuart Alexander shot in New Orleans 

A cop, who falls in love with his best friend's wife, is being tormented by his responsibility for the friend (also a cop) who is trying to fight for his own dignity.

The first of two films with Director Stuart Alexander shot in New Orleans.

35mm Panavision Ultra Speeds 

Helbent: Halloween in West Hollywood, two guys making out in a park are interrupted by a serial killer. 

Shot on PAL mini DV with Cannon XL1