Below, a smattering of projects over a strange and winding career. I do hope you enjoy, they've done a number on me.
We've all heard of climate change. We set out to tell the story of people over politics. Meridian is an ensemble narrative short showcasing how lives can be forever changed by something so supposedly far removed from our everyday lives.
Winner of (2022) Sun Valley Film Festival Gem State Award.
Ruin tells the story of five unassuming theater employees who are drawn to the stage in the wake of a show cancellation.
M. Ward has an amazing new album, "Migration Stories". Since all tours have been postponed, and we're all trapped inside, this live session will have to do. Fun shoot with a great musician.
20TH CENTURY FOX / TONGAL
Part of the 40th anniversary celebration of the original (1979) ALIEN release. Watch below.
"Open Your Eyes", the first video we made for STRFKR. Shot on location in Joshua Tree, in the middle of a very hot summer.
(now at 1.5Million youtube views)
"Open Your Eyes" Praise from the internet.
When I saw the thumbnail, I thought it was a new Ace Ventura movie.
The cigarette is significantly shorter at :33 than at :37.
What the hell does the video have to do with the song though?
Went home to Idaho so we could make this little parks service neo-noir.
Our Strfkr music video for "Tape Machine" was selected to play in the NASA film program as part of the 2018 Huston film festival and judged by the quintessential Texas film dude, Richard Linklater.
"When STRFKR's Josh Hodges and Keil Corcoran wrote the synth-pop romper "In The End," they say they imagined it as "a cross-dresser, alien-abduction-type thing." Their new video came close -- it's a drag queen heist film."
Follow the return of the Los Angeles Rams through the personal stories of fans, players, and brewmaster.
Two friends cross a lake in a rowboat. (Short Film)
After returning from Europe, a young Hemingway makes his way into the Michigan wilderness to find out what kind of man he wants to become.
Follow prolific Los Angeles street artist Patrick Martinez as he creates a signature piece for Estrella.
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