Lonely Planet – Promotional Video

 I shot and edited this short promotional video for West of Lenin’s production of Lonely Planet, a two-person play about the early days of the AIDS epidemic. Located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, ...

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NanoString – Promotional Video

A major player in Seattle’s growing bio-tech industry, NanoString is an industry innovator in personalized gene therapy for cancer patients. This introduction to their 360 Panel is the second project I’ve completed for them. (You ...

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Movie Review – Hereditary (2018)

A combination of psychological and supernatural horror, Hereditary has just the right genetic makeup of a great movie.   A remote home in the woods; a precocious child’s mysterious behavior; the death of an estranged ...

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Movie Review – Love, Simon (2018)

A sweet coming of age film for both gay millennials and nostalgic adults. Director John Hughes had an uncanny ability to articulate the universal feelings experienced by American adolescents in films like The Breakfast Club ...

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Movie Review – Suspiria (1977)

The Evil Stepmother of Gothic Horror gets a makeover.   Suzy Bannion walks out of an airplane terminal in Germany into the pouring rain. An unexplained, blood red light shines through the sliding glass doors ...

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Movie Review – The Florida Project

Sean Baker’s latest exploration of gritty, street-level life is presented in a bright, sun-soaked package.   There’s a helicopter pad next to the garish, purple colored Magic Hotel near Disney World in Florida. During an ...

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TV Review – The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Finally. A hero’s journey that has Marvelous traveling companions. (Caution: minor spoilers ahead.) I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon’s ambitious new series. I suppose I expected ...

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