Film (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director This film was inspired by a chapter from the Quran. It is a post-apocalyptic story set in a world where those that survive, are divided between the remnants of cities and agricultural zones. Both of these factions are ruled by corporations and populated by elites. In the areas called Dead Lands, genetically incompatible immigrants suffer from drought and epidemics. Written by mycroftmy
Moontrap: Target Earth
Film (Action, Adventure and Sci-Fi) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director A long forgotten ancient spacecraft discovered on Earth. Investigations carried out by Scout transport her to the moon whereupon she meets the impressive machines preserving the wisdom of that long lost civilization.
Rush: Inspired by Battlefield
Television (Action, Drama and War) 1st Assistant Director Rush is based from the popular video game series Battlefield, from Swedish game developers DICE. The name comes from a battlefield unique mode in which the player must locate and destroy/defend two objectives.
Film (Drama and Fantasy) 1st Assistant Director In one world, Rasheed Smith (Cory Hardrict) is a hardened criminal who has spent years building his drug empire. In another, he is an ambitious architect who has been working his way up the corporate ladder. Uniquely illustrated through parallel lives, Destined explores how one man's future can be changed by a single moment. Facing everything from street violence to corporate corruption, Rasheed navigates his role in each world while demonstrating that on any path, life is never simple in the journey toward fulfilling your destiny.
Film (Short and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Set in 1968, one year after the riots that devastated Detroit, American Prophet tells the story of Thomas Gumbleton, a young man suddenly appointed to a position of great authority whose leadership must guide a community in a time of great upheaval and change. As the United States' newest--and youngest--Roman Catholic bishop, Thomas is faced with a city filled with uncertainty and a community divided by anger.
Tommy Battles the Silver Sea Dragon
Film (Fantasy and Musical) Camera and Electrical Department Tommy Battles the Silver Sea Dragon is the surreal musical drama of a man's struggle to overcome the guilt of his mother's death. On a quest for absolution, Tommy finds himself on trial where his confession delves into his deepest memories, but these are found to be distorted by projections of fear, desire and shame. Tommy's elaborate self-delusion weighs heavily on his girlfriend Carolyn, whose experience as a woman is overshadowed by the effects of Tommy's maternal loss. Dream and reality blur as the characters from the courtroom infiltrate his memories, dragging him back to the courtroom in a closed loop of self-hatred and blame. Can Tommy interrupt the cycle of guilt before it destroys him and the one he loves?
Film (Short, Drama, Romance and Sci-Fi) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Elizabeth Law is an ambitious MIT grad student and aspiring astronomer who finds herself overwhelmed by the competition of the scientific community. After another long day of classes, a drunk and alone Elizabeth meets William Cross, an pragmatic astronaut trapped in Earth's orbit, over a Ham Radio frequency. After agreeing to stay on the line with him while they wait for help, Elizabeth and Will open up to each other, sharing their secrets, fears and doubts about their pasts, and forming a connection that pushes Elizabeth to set her doubts aside and jump-start her journey to success. Written by Hoss
Edward Jones Financial
Commercial by The Work Inc. 2nd AC
Film (short) by Cinematecha, LLC. First Assistant Director
Moontrap Target Earth
Film by MT2 Productions Second Assistant Director
The Dark Below
Film by Dead Wait Productions First Assistant Director
Film (short) by Malo Konjche Director of Photography
Detroit Institute of Art
Commercial by The Work Inc. Gaffer
Warrior Sport Equipment
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Solid Dude's Kitchen, Season 3, Episode 2, Home Brew
Internet by The Gentlemen Inc. Camera Operator
We're Doing Fine
Film by Djuna Wahlrab Boom Operator
Nothing to Lose
Film (Short, Action and Drama) Producer Tracy is Diagnosed with cancer, his wife leaves him she takes his daughter. So he goes back to doing the only thing he knows to make his city a better place for his kid.
The Choices We Make
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The Tales of Princess Fantastico
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Film (Short and Comedy) Producer Late to the Battle of the Bands, Tim and Tom get lost in a never-ending neighborhood called, "Inglenook."
Film (Short and Drama) Production manager The abusive relationship between a bipolar mother and her daughter.
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Film (Comedy) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director After the untimely demise of his parents, Ian Fletcher moves in with his awkward Christian relatives. Upon arrival, Ian is bussed off to a backwoods Christian camp to make friends with his future schoolmates. Blessings abound as Ian -- an "unbeliever"-- is thrown into the deep end of religious culture, where he is forced to take part in (and survive) a Biblically-themed Olympiad known as the God Games.
Motion Picture Institute (Troy, Michigan)