Just wrapped production on a short comedy called HUEVOS! This was definitely the biggest and best crew I've had the privilege of working with. Big thanks to Jason Gudasz for writing an amazing script, and all of our awesomely talented actors, none of whom appear in this picture (oops). Lastly big thanks to Lily's Cocina for donating their food truck to be in our film.
Last year I made a video that featured 4 minutes of audio of me talking in my sleep. The response to that video was so great that I decided to make another! Here’s the sequel/deleted scenes video to The Somniloquist.
Produced by Moonshine Media Group. Animation by Adam Rosenberg. Illustration by Lacey Ankenman.
We made a video about our video! Take a look behind the scenes to see how we made the music video Canopy for Night Idea.
I'm so very happy with how this music video for Night Idea turned out. Click the image below to watch and read a great review from UPROXX:
The Somniloquist won some stuff! Namely Most Original Concept at The Atlanta Comedy Film Festival.
New music video I directed and edited
Here and Now is the last episode of Psychic Pstories, and the first true narrative short film I've written/directed. I'm super happy with how it turned out thanks to an amazing cast and an amazinger crew. Here and Now has already received the Award of Recognition from IndieFEST and is being considered for over 15 other film festivals around the world.
After an amazing premiere in Denver, we are finally releasing Psychic Pstories online! You can watch Episode 1 below. Look out for Episode 2 next Friday, and Episode 3 the Friday after that!
It's been a crazy couple of days. After reaching number 8 on the front page of Reddit my video The Somniloquist went viral! Since then it has been featured on Slate.com, Huffington Post USA and Germany, CNET, Esquire, Laughing Squid, Gizmodo, Boing Boing, Elite Daily, Konbini, Geeks are Sexy, The Daily Dot, and I did a live radio interview on Canadian Broadcasting Corp’s As It Happens.
When I found out that I talk in my sleep, I decided to start recording myself. So I placed a microphone over my bed and recorded my sleep talking nearly every night for a year. After combing through many hours of audio, I whittled down the funniest/strangest bits to showcase in this video.
After 3 separate trips to the park we finally captured our friend Shannon (the one in the middle) taking a dump! That means production on our short film is wrapped. HOORAY!!!
A bunch of mock up signs/coasters I designed and laser cut for an upcoming short film.