Light Pollution
Light Pollution
Jaymay - Autumn Fallin'
Jaymay - Autumn Fallin'
Waves and Tides
Waves and Tides
Blue Guitar Blues
Blue Guitar Blues
Fine Times - Bright Lights
Fine Times - Bright Lights
Life Down Here - Seven Letters
Life Down Here - Seven Letters
Big Black Delta - X22
Big Black Delta - X22
Life Down Here - All That You Are
Life Down Here - All That You Are
Cudzoo Newsreel
Cudzoo Newsreel
How Cudzoo & the Faggettes Came To Be
How Cudzoo & the Faggettes Came To Be
Cudzoo Adages
Cudzoo Adages
Cynics - Don't Say Manhattan
Cynics - Don't Say Manhattan
Big Black Delta - Betamax
Big Black Delta - Betamax
Neon Horse - Cuckoo!
Neon Horse - Cuckoo!
Ruth - Cross the Line
Ruth - Cross the Line
Ligion - Get Over Me
Ligion - Get Over Me
The Graduate - Sit and Sink
The Graduate - Sit and Sink
The Send - An Epiphany
The Send - An Epiphany
The Fold - New Skeptic
The Fold - New Skeptic
Light PollutionLight Pollution was the first music video I ever made.  I was living in New York and my friend Greg approached me with the band and the camera. I produced the shoot in an abandoned subdivision in Colorado. We came up with the story together.  I quit a good job to do this video - the last steady job I ever had.  I've been a freelancer since this video so it is special to me.
Jaymay - Autumn Fallin'I met Jaymay early on in my time in New York City and I followed her around quite a bit until we became friends of a sort.  It was through Jaymay that I met Greg - who was back then her boyfriend, I suppose - and that meeting has been very formative in my life.  We had the equipment one lazy Sunday in 2007 after wrapping a different music video the day before.  I called up J and she agreed to do a video for her songs Autumn Fallin' and Big Ben.  The Big Ben footage is lost but we did manage to finish this video.  Unfortunately, it wasn't quite the video J was looking for so she never used it for anything as far as I know.  Still, I think its a pretty little piece.Shot on Sony F900 by Jon Fordham.
Waves and TidesThis was created for a music video film festival in which I was invited to participate.  We won the festival with it and the band leader (Alex) and I remain strong friends to this day.  I wanted to do a dance video.  This was the first thing I shot on a Canon 5Dmk2 when they were first released years ago.
Blue Guitar BluesI love these girls.  The entirety of the crew on this music video was me, the band and my friend Myles.  We took over the Jalopy theater in Red Hook, Brooklyn and spent the day drinking beer and filming.  It was a great day.  At the end of the video you can see me running to the back of the room to stop playback on the public address system
Fine Times - Bright LightsThis is a collaboration with my dear friend Eli.  I am in the video because on the day, in the desert, one of the soldiers showed up with a 104-degree fever.  We sent him home and I stepped into the costume.  The large red-headed man is our production designer.
Life Down Here - Seven LettersThis was the first video produced under the Primer Pictures, LLC company created after the Primer project.  It was a challenge because our locations manager failed to obtain a contract with our location.  The morning of the shoot, we were told we would not be able to shoot in our location.  We filmed the video in Katie's house - the same exact house from Taylor Manifest.
Big Black Delta - X22When I read the treatment that Eli had written for this song, I told him I didn't want any part of the project and I don't agree with portraying violence in this way.  He shot the video without my help at all.  When the edit was complete, I put in some time helping him finish the VFX and the color and for that he tricked me into getting a producer credit on it.  I'm grateful to him - a good friend - but I'm still a little disturbed by the whole concept.  Technically, as he is quick to point out, there is no actual on-screen violence...
Life Down Here - All That You AreOne of the first videos I produced with Eli and Clay.  I'm listed, I believe, as the UPM on it.  A fun concept and a fun crew to work with.  My first experience working with a background casting agency
Cudzoo NewsreelIn 2010, Cudzoo landed a residency at the illustrious Ars Nova theater in midtown Manhattan.  They commissioned me to make a series of videos to open their shows there.  This was the first of three.
How Cudzoo & the Faggettes Came To BeIn 2010, Cudzoo landed a residency at the illustrious Ars Nova theater in midtown Manhattan.  They commissioned me to make a series of videos to open their shows there.  This was the second of three.
Cudzoo AdagesIn 2010, Cudzoo landed a residency at the illustrious Ars Nova theater in midtown Manhattan.  They commissioned me to make a series of videos to open their shows there.  This was the last one of the three.
Cynics - Don't Say ManhattanI worked with Eli during production on this video then took the footage back to Colorado to edit it.  It was an interesting project because of the disparate elements of the city then the desert. 
Big Black Delta - BetamaxThis video was a lot of fun to work on.  I acted as Eli's first assistant director and edited this version of the video.  At the time, I had taken a job as a compositor in Colorado for a month so I split my time between Betamax and that gig.
Neon Horse - Cuckoo!In 2007, Tom and I started SixDay Productions in New York City.  The name derived from the production schedule of our first project - a music video for a band called The Graduate.  Our first several productions were music videos, all listed here.  Tom and I would share producer duties.  SixDay later became a lucrative business specializing in corporate/client videos and documentary outreach type projects. Our clients included New York City Housing Authority, Credit Suisse, Crayola, McGarry Bowen and others.  I left the company in 2012 but it continues to thrive today.
Ruth - Cross the LineIn 2007, Tom and I started SixDay Productions in New York City.  The name derived from the production schedule of our first project - a music video for a band called The Graduate.  Our first several productions were music videos, all listed here.  Tom and I would share producer duties.  SixDay later became a lucrative business specializing in corporate/client videos and documentary outreach type projects. Our clients included New York City Housing Authority, Credit Suisse, Crayola, McGarry Bowen and others.  I left the company in 2012 but it continues to thrive today.
Ligion - Get Over MeIn 2007, Tom and I started SixDay Productions in New York City.  The name derived from the production schedule of our first project - a music video for a band called The Graduate.  Our first several productions were music videos, all listed here.  Tom and I would share producer duties.  SixDay later became a lucrative business specializing in corporate/client videos and documentary outreach type projects. Our clients included New York City Housing Authority, Credit Suisse, Crayola, McGarry Bowen and others.  I left the company in 2012 but it continues to thrive today.
The Graduate - Sit and SinkIn 2007, Tom and I started SixDay Productions in New York City.  The name derived from the production schedule of our first project - a music video for a band called The Graduate.  Our first several productions were music videos, all listed here.  Tom and I would share producer duties.  SixDay later became a lucrative business specializing in corporate/client videos and documentary outreach type projects. Our clients included New York City Housing Authority, Credit Suisse, Crayola, McGarry Bowen and others.  I left the company in 2012 but it continues to thrive today.
The Send - An EpiphanyIn 2007, Tom and I started SixDay Productions in New York City.  The name derived from the production schedule of our first project - a music video for a band called The Graduate.  Our first several productions were music videos, all listed here.  Tom and I would share producer duties.  SixDay later became a lucrative business specializing in corporate/client videos and documentary outreach type projects. Our clients included New York City Housing Authority, Credit Suisse, Crayola, McGarry Bowen and others.  I left the company in 2012 but it continues to thrive today.
The Fold - New SkepticIn 2007, Tom and I started SixDay Productions in New York City.  The name derived from the production schedule of our first project - a music video for a band called The Graduate.  Our first several productions were music videos, all listed here.  Tom and I would share producer duties.  SixDay later became a lucrative business specializing in corporate/client videos and documentary outreach type projects. Our clients included New York City Housing Authority, Credit Suisse, Crayola, McGarry Bowen and others.  I left the company in 2012 but it continues to thrive today.
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