That was me in 2 mins! My reel is my visual capabilities statement as a film director informed by my work history. These are the salient points:
- I work in the action/sci-fi genre
- I collaborate with stunt professionals and special effects artists
- I include camera movement, actors, props, and the environment as tools to convey story points & emotion
- I leverage these post-production elements to enhance the story: color grading, CGI, editing
- Pacing, energy and tone can all be conveyed by editing
- I use actors' expressions and blocking to construct a scene
Read more on my IMDB page
Most of my work has been completed through my studio, PLANET NERD RAGE PRODUCTIONS.
My film work includes directing, camera work, and post-production work including editing and digital visual effects.
Here are some highlights:
GHOST SOURCE ZERO is a feature length film distributed in the US, the UK, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. Ghost Source Zero tells the story of Division 9, the cyber-crime unit tasked with dismantling an illegal android manufacturing crime lord. Co-written and co-produced with my long-time creative collaborator Larry Hama (GI Joe ,Call of Duty, Marvel Comics).
A REALITY SHOW FROM THE FUTURE
ON THE NETWORK OF THE FUTURE
We teamed up with the Machinima Network to create an original short entitled, PROTOCOL DEVIATION. The story is told as a reality show from the future- an embedded camera crew follows the exploits of an underfunded security team sent to investigate a possible outbreak of a disease that plagues the synthetic tissue androids wear. Protocol Deviation (originally titled Red Rash/Ghost Source Zero) premiered on the Machinima network shortly before the channel was acquired by Warner Bros.
a real american hero & fan film
OPERATION: RED RETRIEVAL was designed to be the quintessential GI Joe fan film for anybody who grew up in the 80s playing with action figures. The GI Joe homage impressed not only die hard fans - the creator of the GI Joe comic books and 80s Marvel Comics editor, Larry Hama, was also a fan. With over 500,000 Youtube views, the film brought Hama and Planet Nerd Rage together as team who would go on to co-write and co-produce Ghost Source Zero