Which One Are You?

And it’s now November.

Black and Blue was submitted to Sundance.  Working on a finalized industry screener and a trailer in the meantime, but needless to say editing this film has not been easy.

In the meantime, here’s a fresh track from a name that might be familiar.

Time Flies

It’s almost August and I don’t know how I feel about that.

Been quiet on this front as I edit Black and Blue together, freelancing when I’m not chained to my own desk.

Dunno what else to tell you guys, but watch this space.  An official trailer for the film can’t be that far away.

Hey Buddy

I visited my good friend Michael Parker to discuss the 10th birthday of Loose Change and drop some juicy tidbits on Black and Blue.  Clic da pic.


And if you watch it and wonder whether or not I wound up visiting Cheryl, here you go.

This Is Not An April Fool’s Joke

It’s not.


A Field Full of Secrets is now on Netflix!

Thanks to Charlie for bringing me on board in December 2012 when I was on the verge of leaving Los Angeles.  I’m excited to edit his next feature after I complete Black and Blue.

Director’s Cut

Just gonna leave these here.

My cut:

The “official” cut:

Ten Years Later

Happy 2015, everyone.  Sorry for the delay, it’s been a hectic transition.

First and foremost, I cut together this five minute piece of Black and Blue material focusing on one particular character and his travels.

2014 was a very interesting year, personally and professionally, and this is sure to be another big one.

I managed to get my hands on some old pictures that I wasn’t sure I’d see again.  Here’s the night in April 2002 that James Gandolfini told me to go out and change the world.


On that note, 2015 will be the anniversary of Loose Change 1 & 2.  Expect some stuff at a revamped official site and Facebook (which is seeing a crazy amount of traffic lately)

The Secret

Ladies and gents, A Field Full of Secrets has been unleashed on the public.  It’s available through limited VOD platforms for now, a Netflix release is a few months down the road, according to Gravitas.

Reviews are still in the works, but here’s a relatively positive one.