SnagFilms, the streaming video platform for documentaries and independent films, is making its foray into original content with the June 26 debut of comedy portal Thundershorts.
Sandwich Confessionals, the web series I wrote and directed as part of the SUBWAY Fresh Artist Series is live on the site.
Check them out if you’ve ever tried to imagine what your food might be thinking.
My last short film, Saeng-Il (Birthday), is now online. The film stars Daniel Park, Nicole Vogt-Lowell, and Tony Kim and was a recipient of the Audience Award for Best Short at the GenArt Fim Festival in 2011.
Just returned from a surprising, surreal, and thought provoking trip to the DPRK. More pictures to come.
Young Hollywood Interview from SXSW.
Watch me be awkward.
Best friends Cucumber and B. Peppers try to get into the exclusive Subway Club. See the FULL CREDITS here!
Two sandwich themed webisodes that I wrote and directed as part of the Subway Fresh Artists Filmmakers Series are online and ready to be consumed on My Damn Channel!
Prepare yourself for some silliness.
Excited to announce that the script for Out There, the feature based on my short thesis, has been selected as part of NYU’s Purple List this year. So happy to share this with all of my very talented NYU friends and colleagues as well!
Excited to head to SXSW to screen a series of webisodes I wrote and directed as part of Subway’s Fresh Artists series. They have already been described as having a “weird sexual vibe,” which I hope is a good thing. Subway says “every sandwich tells a story,” and apparently a BLT reminds me of TLC.
Look out for them on My Damn Channel shortly.
Thanks to Geoff Mansfield and Colin Whitlow for producing and the whole amazing cast and crew for making it happen!
My next film, OUT THERE, is fundraising now through kickstarter.
Please check out our fundraising trailer to get a sneak peek at the film!