03.17.14 – Excited to announce that Wolf Mountain has been selected as the winner of Nat Geo Wild’s “Wild to Inspire” competition! Had a fantastic screening of the film this past weekend at the Sun Valley Film Festival.
02.27.14 – had a ton of fun making this one, a super short and science-y collaboration with artist Dennis Hlynsky -
As a side note, I am on the road until March 10, so kindly expect delays if you send a message my way.
02.08.14 – New doc I produced/shot/edited for The Atlantic –
01.26.14 – Using Google Street View, we “drove” thousands of miles around the world to find places where the road ends. Definitely the first video I’ve ever produced without touching a camera.
11.27.13 – Our latest video from The Atlantic maps how Americans talk. Hope you enjoy!
07.25.13 – Now based in Washington, DC to produce short-form documentaries for The Atlantic. Stay tuned for videos coming soon….
06.05.13 – My review of the Sony FS700 + Metabones Speed Booster in Ethiopia is now live on newsshooter.com! Check it out here.
06.04.13 – Screened Wolf Mountain last weekend at Mountainfilm in Telluride for 2 sold-out shows! Feeling more inspired than ever to keep making docs. Favorite films this year: The Crash Reel and Life According to Sam.
In other (surprising) news, Wolf Mountain has just been nominated for a Heritage Award from the ASC (American Society of Cinematographers.) Awesome!
05.21.13 – Happy to announce a new filmmaking collaboration with two of the most brilliant people I know — Chris Cresci and Ben Mullinkosson. We’re called Rainhouse Cinema, and we’re here to climb trees and make movies.
Check out our first film we made together two years ago, now online, called Among Giants:
04.21.13 – headed to Ethiopia for a couple weeks as cinematographer on a documentary about the current transformation of the Ethiopian agriculture system. Couldn’t be more excited! Stay tuned for updates.