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Today's Implosion



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Pirates, Treasure, the Shoulders of Giants



Selected Film and Video Work
Pirates, Treasure, the Shoulders of Giants," an experimental documentary about copyright in the digital age. Work in progress
Production Sound Coordinator
"Age of Elegance," 70 min., Digital Beta. Documentary about the Ms Senior America Pageant held in Las Vegas. Directed by Cooper Layne, the film premiered at the San Jose Film Festival in March, 2001. 1999.
Assistant Sound Editor/Mix Assistant, "One Night Stand," 97 min., 35mm. Produced by Roger Corman and directed by Talia Shire for Concorde-New Horizons. Post-production sound edited and mixed at American Zoetrope, San Francisco, CA. 1995.
"Home Economics," 47 min., video. Documentary about the American Dream of home ownership and the social costs of suburban sprawl. Produced at U.S.C. Center for Visual Anthropology. Broadcast on the P.B.S. Television Network (POV series), July 1995. Premiered at DCTV, Act of Video Festival, New York, NY, 1994. 1994.
Sound Editor
"Rhino Skin," 90 min., 16 mm. Hopwood Productions, Los Angeles, CA. Feature documentary about the making of a movie star. Screened at Palm Springs Film Festival, 1993. 1993.
Sound Designer
"Friends," 27 min., 16mm. Independent narrative film featuring James Earl Jones, directed by Pamela Soper. 1992.
Sound Designer, Recordist & Mixer
"All-American Story," 28 min., 16mm. Independent documentary directed by John Keitel. A sharp, funny snapshot of the filmmaker as a young gay man coming out at his college reunion and shocking himself more than his straight pals. Screened at Sundance Film Festival, 1992.
Sound Mixer
"Ladies in the House," 10 min., 16mm. Independent documentary about a women's motorcycle club. Directed by Laura Schroeter & Mary Beth Bresolin, produced at Center for Visual Anthropology, U.S.C., Los Angeles, CA. 1991.
"The Body Politic," 10 min., 16mm. Independent documentary about three yuppie prostitutes produced at the Center for Visual Anthropology, U.S.C., Los Angeles, CA. 1990.
"Image of Truth," 10 min., Super-8. Experimental travelogue about artful truth and truthful art. 1990.
"Woman," 10 min., Super-8. Experimental documentary exploring the cinematic representation of feminism's historical subject. 1990.
"The Happiest Man in the World," 7 min., Super-8. Narrative short. 1990.
"Legend," 5 min., Super-8. Experimental short inspired by "Legend," a poem by Hart Crane about the value of even painful experience when it is transformed by creative expression. 1990.
"Two to Tango," 3 min., Super-8. Stephanie tries to teach herself the tango with a dance-by-numbers kit in this whimsical silent film. But she finds some things take two. 1990.
"Today's Implosion," 5 min., 16mm to video. A short experimental film about urban renewal in Boston. Broadcast on Boston's WBCN Television, Channel 5, 1989.