NY Times Op-Doc & official selection of 32 film festivals, including Hamptons International Film Festival, DOC NYC, Aspen Shortsfest, AFI Docs, Palm Springs Shorts, Seattle IFF, Global Visions Canada, Nashville, Indie Grits, Sidewalk, Indie Memphis, FLICKRS Rhode Island, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Maryland, Boston LGBT. 

A short documentary about fermentation revivalist Sandor Katz, an underground hero of the American food movement, whose obsession with fermented foods changed his perception of mortality.

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BUSINESS AS USUAL - Documentary Proposal

Proposal for a short documentary about anti-union arguments from 1900-65 and how they are still reflected in media talking points today. 


Pitch for a new web series. Fresh juice cocktails with a California twist. Creators: Huy Chau & myself. 


Dramatic short. Best Film, Indie Memphis; Best Director, Magnolia Film Festival; Reel Women LA; Rendezvous With Madness, Toronto; New Directors, NY; Brooklyn Filmmakers; Boston Film Festival; Ozark Foothills.

12-year-old Laurie is a reluctant passenger on a family outing with her estranged, psychologically fragile mother, Liz, and her baby sister, Dani. When the car breaks down en route to a local carnival, the pressures of expensive car repairs and disappointed daughters push Liz to a breaking point. As Laurie struggles to keep the trip together, she slowly realizes that Liz may not be capable of being a mom to her and Dani again.


Comedy short. MIXFEST Brasil.

Velma, a Brooklyn hipster, has gone raw vegan to please her new European beau Janicyk.  When she invites her best friend Mai over to meet him, Mai wreaks havoc upon Vel's diet and romance,  pushing their friendship in a surprising direction.