A compilation of some of my favorite work as a cinematographer.
Featuring “Think” by Kaleida.
This Week at the Comedy Cellar takes an unprecedented look inside New York City's hottest comedy club and the country's top comedians as they tackle all the freshest topics of the week.
A sketch comedy series from the group Astronomy Club.
Gus Johnson has a need, a need for a speedy recovery from his addiction to quoting movies.
Near Sight is a micro-short horror film about a woman who is stalked by a creature that only appears when she is not wearing her contacts. Now, those contacts have just gone missing…
If you’re hazy on your American history, this cowboy can fill you in.
What if there was a town like Dillon, Texas but instead of being obsessed with high school football, the town revolved around fantasy football? That's Draftsville, the new series from The Kicker in partnership with NBC Sports. In this Friday Night Lights parody, our hero Coach Stanton tries to win his high stakes fantasy league. But he lives in a town where everyone--from his wife to the Buddy Garrity-esque booster Denny (played by Darrell Hammond)--is obsessed with his roster and not afraid to criticize him. Can Coach Stanton find fantasy football players with "heart" and overcome the critics and interpersonal drama to win his fantasy league? You have to believe he can.
A sinister film noir inspired by Aesop's Fables, and a nightmarish parable about the thrall of superstition. Six desperate people fight for possession of a potentially powerful religious idol - and for the upper-hand.
Steve makes an otherworldly discovery that is both repellent and enticing.
Best friends and troublemakers Nicky and Sheer are broke, single, and (adorably!) self-absorbed. They're looking for good men, easy money and free meals but would be satisfied to break even and find a guy who doesn't prematurely ejaculate. It's life, liberty and the pursuit of sexiness.
If you guessed that this is a TV commercial for Mike Birbiglia’s new one-man show, The New One, you’re right! Go see it on Broadway now through January 2019.
SWEAT, the critically acclaimed new play from Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Lynn Nottage, comes to Broadway following its sold-out run at The Public Theater. The New York Times hails it as “an extraordinarily moving drama throbbing with heartfelt life.” Kate Whoriskey’s “assured and emotionally vibrant staging” (Time Out New York) illuminates this “perfectly written” (The New Yorker) play that takes place at a pivotal moment in America. Filled with warm humor and tremendous heart, SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets and laughs while working together on the factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat.
It's the most impossible mission yet - pay men and women equal wages for equal work.
This is what happens when stand up comedy takes over an apartment.
From the band “Lowlight.”
The Irony Card: For all the stuff you buy as a joke.
The only way to fully load a baked potato is another loaded baked potato.
Jimmy just volunteered to undergo a super secret government experiment to become the World's First Super Soldier! He just has a couple requests first...
Down on his luck, novelty stripper Hairy Harry books a private gig in hopes of some much needed extra cash.
Everyone at this party really, really loves podcasts.
To beat the bad guys, they'll need a good woman.
To remember is to appreciate that which has been lost.