"Move" is about world-renowned dance choreographers Kevin Iega Jeff and Gary Abbott and their inspiring Chicago based contemporary African American dance company "Deeply Rooted Dance Theater". Set to the contemplative music of Wynton Marsalis the film follows the group during a winter tour as we glimpse the intimate world of the dancers and the spiritual and emotional nature of the artistic process.
"Deeply Rooted Dance Theater is good for the soul." - New York Times
"Experience a rare and candid view of a dance company... Captivating." - Jacob's Pillow Dance
Africa World Documentary Film Festival
North Carolina Black Film Festival - Winner 3rd Prize
Beacon Freeze Frame Film Festival
Jamba International Film Festival South Africa
Harlem International Film Festival (Opening Night)
Atlanta Urban Media Makers
Athens Film & Video Festival (Competition)
*Worldwide Rights Available*
*Streaming now on Fandor*
Coming to Amazon Instant soon!
After being released from prison, Tommy, returns to his estranged family life in a post-industrial town and pursues his epiphany of being a stand up comedian. His two brothers, Patrick, an Iraq war vet and Ant, a thief of antiques, threaten to derail his dream while he tries to reunite with his first love Sarah, who now has a young child. Played entirely by real people Dipso is a raw portrait of multiple generations, struggles with alcoholism and the pursuit of love, done with humor, passion and charm.
"As a slice of life straight from the glass that cuts us." - Twitchfilm
"Somewhere between Quebecois Pierre Perrault and John Cassavetes, (Dipso) is perhaps the greatest discovery of the festival." - L'Humanite
"Deep and timeless at the same time, full of humor, passion and charm." - Toute le Culture
"Strange calmness belies a seething rage." - Berkshire Eagle
EntreVues Festival du Film Belfort *World Premiere* In Competition
Athens International Film & Video Festival *Winner Best Film*
Beacon Freeze Frame Film Festival
Berkshire Museum Theatrical Run
"On Point" is an immediate and compelling look at The Brasilia, Brazil Dance Seminar and Competition. Dancers and world renown judges come from around the world to dance and compete in ballet, modern, jazz and flamingo. This film is a personal look at the beauty and pressure of perfection.
Bucharest International Film Festival *World Premiere* In Competition
"The Chosen One" tells the tragic story of the end of dreams for a happily married couple and their unfortunate plunge into a fiendish nightmare. Witness the psychedelic horror gorgeously shot in B/W featuring music by legendary doom metal band Electric Wizard!
Berkshire International Film Festival *World Premiere*
Northampton Film Festival
"Vampires Die" (Short on which the feature was based) won Best Film at CineMacabre Film Festival, Best Special effects at Denver Underground Film Festival, Boston Underground Film Festival
In addition to producing film and video we also provide professional quality photography for clients needs.
RePoster is a project of collected, public manipulated images often reflecting the subconscious of the city. Part found object and part political statement the images reflect a strange hybrid of seriousness, humor and social dynamics.
Mixed Messages is a project about what the city speaks to us everyday through our hidden scrawls, our overlaying desires, our primal thoughts and feelings. Often overly direct, belligerent and vulgar, but other times, subtly rendered, simple, emotional or hilarious. These statements of desire, humor and human sensitivities are always around us.
There's nothing more punishing and validating in life than a Marathon. Every year the NYC Marathon runs by my apartment and I am amazed and inspired by the intensity of the humanity. The lumbering, staggering, jumping, laughing, crying, spiting, drinking, walking, wheel-chairing, costume wearing, just plan everything-ing, that passes by our stood and the incredibleness of it all. Every year I dream of running one, one day... Hasn't happened yet but hopefully these images make you dream too.
Since my early teens I've loved taking to the streets and just shooting away. It's both free spirited and frightening and gives me much life. Driven by instinct, composition and timing, street photography for me is one of the purest and simplest forms of human expression.
Environmental Portraits are a beautiful thing! For me it is a wonderful collaboration with a person in an arranged representation of themselves. Sometimes spontaneous and sometimes very formal depending on the individual. Whether in their homes, or in the street, or elsewhere, I try to capture the moment at hand with grace, emotion and respect.
During the voting of 2008 I took a trip from western Massachusetts to Harlem NY to document the outcome of this historic election. Believe me there was nothing more electric than being in Harlem for the announcement!