It is a cathartic release inspired by our desire for connection and self-expression…which sometimes stands in conflict with our concern to protect ourselves from the unknown dangers of this deadly virus. This project was shot in San Francisco and was a collaboration with dancer Kim Ip and musicians Bastien Goat and Amma Ateria.
This is my first horror style film, and I am grateful for the experience to try something very different with my work. I am also proud to say that this film was included in the Dance Thrill Fest II at the Roxie Theatre in San Francisco. Enjoy!
Recently I was lucky enough to contribute to the PBS Terra channel and their new series “Out of Our Elements” which explores science-related videos for a more diverse, younger audience.
I shot this footage at Professor Ting Xu’s lab at UC Berkeley, where I got to see these innovate biodegradable plastics be developed and decomposed and also extruded into wonderful spaghetti-like forms.
I also shot some other content at Ting’s lab which I’ll be releasing soon for Berkeley News. Enjoy!
Really proud of this little piece that came out for “NowThis” News that features some footage that fellow videographer Justin Bench and I shot for the organization UnCommon Law. Check out the story here, and follow this link to keep this important work going — thanks!
‘m happy to announce a partnership I’ve started with UnCommon Law alongside my friend and mentor Justin Bench. This organization is an incredible non-profit legal team that saves those wronged by the criminal justice system and brings families together through prison reform. Seeing firsthand people get a second chance within our unjust system is a beautiful and inspiring thing.