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Podcast Love

Tue, 17 Jan 2017 21:17:32 +0000

I recently appeared on the podcast Filmwax Radio. And while I’ve appeared in media before, this one felt a bit like a rite of passage. Any New York filmmaker of note has appeared on it over the years and I’ve listened to many episodes. Adam’s cat sat in my lap for a few minutes as […]

LA Film Festival

Wed, 15 Jun 2016 15:37:20 +0000

Flying out to LA I knew one thing was certain, I would return a changed person – baptized by the fact that I could now, officially, call myself a feature filmmaker. The festival itself was 9 days, but I stayed in LA for just over two weeks, saw at least 14 movies, and talked myself […]

Last Push

Sun, 29 May 2016 15:00:07 +0000

Though you always imagine music being written and placed into your film, one of the things I hadn’t pictured at the start of this process was standing in a room while the cellist and composer record the music. Pictured, Alexandre “Diesel” Varela and Kristine Kruta, who wrote and performed our original score in a whirlwind […]

72 Hours : on adaptation

Thu, 26 May 2016 23:07:27 +0000

Here’s an article in The Hollywood Reporter about my film, 72 Hours: a Brooklyn Love Story?. In it I talk a bit about the process of adapting a short documentary into a narrative feature. And there’s even an exclusive clip from the film embedded in the article.

Just a Brown Hand

Sun, 15 May 2016 17:40:51 +0000

Diogenes Brito, a designer at Slack, writes about his decision to make the skin color of the Add to Slack button brown. Why was the choice an important one, and why did it matter to the people of color who saw it? The simple answer is that they rarely see something like that. These people […]

Tickets for my movie

Tue, 10 May 2016 17:55:24 +0000

Live in LA? Like film? Love Brooklyn? Trailer here. The show is Thursday June 2nd at 9pm. Don’t miss out.

Headed to LA Film Festival!

Thu, 28 Apr 2016 10:46:15 +0000

I’ve been waiting to say something like this for years. My first feature film, “72 Hours: a Brooklyn Love Story?” will make its World Premiere in competition at the LA Film Festival. It is a tremendous honor and I couldn’t be more proud. See the trailer here, or sign up for updates on the project […]

Morocco, a preview

Tue, 12 Apr 2016 04:17:40 +0000

After a recent two-week trip to Morocco in which I shot several thousand images, I have much to share. The question is format. For the first time, I’ve been exploring printing the work. The trip covered Marrakech, Fes, the Atlas mountains, the Merzouga Dunes and more. So much to see, and even more to visit […]

Hell You Talmbout

Wed, 23 Dec 2015 14:48:27 +0000

A comment on Soundcloud: “Black tears! I can feel my soul dancing & crying”

Micah404’s Instagram as Canvas

Wed, 23 Dec 2015 06:21:43 +0000

Just keep scrolling. This Instagram feed will reward you. (via @khoi)

Stay Small or Go Big

Sun, 06 Dec 2015 06:24:41 +0000

This post by Jason Kottke is one of my favorites. I’ve re-read it several times since it was first published in 2012. In it he considers two approaches to running a business, but it’s the commingled sense of fret and wonder that makes it worth the repeated visits.

Future reading

Mon, 19 Oct 2015 11:47:29 +0000

This essay by Crag Mod asks the question, “will digital books ever replace print?” Call it a state-of-digital-books referendum. Beautifully written and digitally bound. To read a book once is to know it in passing. To read it over and over is to become confidants. The relationship between a reader and a book is measured […]