Levi's spec spot
Microsoft Surface Pro spec spot
Three documentary filmmakers set out on a journey into Arizona's Superstition Mountains to uncover the truth about the most famous lost gold mine in the world - the Lost Dutchman Mine, purportedly the home to a treasure worth 200 million dollars. After they mysteriously disappeared, their camera was found...were they victims of the Dutchman's curse?
Two lonely people in the City of Angels lead depressingly mundane lives until their paths cross one night on the metro.
director/producer/editor // in post-production
Short documentary profiling a few residents of the border town of Campo, California.
writer/director // workshopped at the 2015 sundance screenwriter's initiative in los angeles
An epic tale of forbidden love, familial bonds, and cultural identity, unfolding across two timelines (the present and the summer of 1968), Bombay Blood explores the relationships between Raj, an older Indian man who emigrated to the States in his late twenties; his daughter Caroline, a first generation half-Indian American music journalist; and his old friend Devi, a former singer in a band in India’s all but forgotten late sixties rock scene. When Caroline accompanies Raj to Mumbai to attend a funeral, she uncovers her father’s secret history—a history that has the potential to either tear their relationship apart or bring them closer together.
editor // nominated for a 2015 emmy award for best single camera editing in a documentary special
via The Hollywood Reporter:
MTV's Got Your 6 brings to the forefront the stories of young soldiers and Marines returning home from active duty.
The one-hour doc follows four soldiers and Marines from across the U.S. — Dustin, 25 (Marines corporal); Chris, 25 (Marine veteran); Tim, 22 (Purple Heart recipient); and Geoffrey, 25 (military recruiter) — as they return from Afghanistan and settle back into their communities and lives. While there is immediate relief from the stress of war upon returning home, it is replaced with new obstacles.
By executive producers JD Walsh, Hagai Shaham ("The Details"), and Marc Webb ("The Amazing Spider-Man", "500 Days of Summer"), Battleground is a workplace dramedy set in the world of political campaigns. Head campaign strategist Chris "Tak" Davis and his staff strive to win a Senate seat for their underdog candidate in a race with national consequences. It takes place in Wisconsin, a real battleground state, where Tak and his team manipulate the 24-hour news cycle, new media, and social networking to navigate the unpredictable ups and downs of state politics. All the while, a documentary crew exposes the behind-the-scenes chaos of idealistic twenty-somethings trying to make a difference.
Short personal essay documentary about my experience accompanying my father to Haridwar, India, after my grandmother's passing to take her ashes to the Ganges River.
After forty years of living abroad, a man returns to his childhood home in Mumbai. The city has become almost unrecognizable to him. As he confronts his own mortality, he struggles to reconcile memory with the passage of time.
Lucy Castillo, a young med student, has just given up a prized summer internship to bail out her troubled younger brother, Sal... again. He needs cash fast, and after being unable to find a job, Lucy reluctantly accepts the too-good-to-be-true position as a housekeeper offered to her through a friend of a friend. For only three weeks work, she will be paid enough to get Sal out of trouble. Things start to take a disturbing turn, however, as the job reveals itself to be anything but normal. Her never-seen employer seems to have a dark side, and Lucy's own haunted past begins to reappear, tormenting her. As the job spirals out of control and Sal's life hangs in the balance, Lucy's grip on reality disappears. Directed by Jennifer Harrington.
Released by Lionsgate.
Mixing audio recorded at a Temple of Sound Nada Yoga workshop led by countercultural icon and guru Bhagavan Das with images shot on a digital Harinezumi 2, untitled 001 (in dreams) is a meditation on the transience of human existence.
writer/director // in development
In 1973, World War III decimated the earth. Thirty-five years later, five percent of the population remains. Water, food, and fuel are scarce; corruption is rampant. When the charismatic leader of a revolutionary group is brutally murdered, his daughter--a young woman with strange psychic abilities--sets off on a rage-fueled journey to avenge his death. As she travels across a treacherous desert wasteland in her 1970 Chevelle, her violent encounters push her to slowly deconstruct the myth surrounding her father--a process which culminates in a shocking revelation that forces her to reevaluate her entire belief system.
Chan Kin Fai flies to Los Angeles from Singapore to forget the person he loves. But he ends up calling his love everyday at 9:30 Singapore time.
Directed by Yong Mun Chee.
Winner, special jury award SXSW 2004 // Winner, DGA student film award 2003