Return – 2006 16mm 10min
A film gathered from footage taken over the course of exactly one year in which the filmmaker moved between coasts, and traveled a fair share in between. Locations of focus in the film include Bolinas CA, San Francisco CA, NYC, and Cleveland Ohio. Shot on Kodachrome Reversal Film.
The Last Roll of Kodachrome – 2007 16mm 3min
This short film is one camera roll unedited. It was shot with the intention of being rewound in the camera to be run through once more for a complete roll of double exposure. It was shot in the summer of 2007 while living in Catskill NY and then stored for a moment. Upon finding out that Kodak had finally discontinued the Kodachrome film stock, something they had been threatening for years, this roll was sent to the lab to be processed as it was, shot only once. The outcome was a testament to the process of shooting film. What the filmmaker found was that this roll in itself was a film, and a testament to Kodachrome as a medium unto itself. Haunting shots of negative space and subtle detail originally intended to be layered are found throughout this roll resting on their own, and bringing attention to detail of what one can find in the summer landscape of the Catskills.
What I Saw on the Periphery: A Film in VIII Parts – 2010 16mm 10min
A film that focuses on urban and rural areas in the American Landscape. The filming took place through an 8000 mile road trip across America, and from revisiting places of familiarity and interest to make a statement on what this country looks like now. Industrial areas and buildings, wide open landscapes, the specifics of houses and homes, and written text are edited together to give this filmmakers’ perspective on place in America. DVD transfer available for sale in Web Store.