One night in the life of Halloween Horror Nights: Orlando.
It’s hard to be a good man; harder still to be a good father. So what happens when he must face the unthinkable? ~Entry~ Jacksonville 48-hr Film Festival.
Where do we go from here? Out there. A short film inspired by NASA’s Orion project- After almost 50 years, our first steps back towards Mankind’s manifest destiny in space.
Hey, look! Pigeons! Yes. Our entry for the 2015 Doritos Crash the Superbowl Contest.
From Pre-School to Kindergarten- Pomp, Circumstance, and Cake. Lots of Cake.
Second short film covering the Reenactment of The Battle of Olustee – still a work in progess.
A young inventor discovers the true value of ingenuity. ~WINNER~ Tallahassee 48 Hr FF 2014
Our entry for the 2014 Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” Commercial Contest.
Here there be goblins and ghosts on a spree; Spooks all around on a dark Hallow’s Eve! Yes, it’s Halloween at our house, kiddies… and it’s just how we roll, it’s how we roll.
A sobering pictorial journey through a full Century of Modern Global War.
Boys will be boys.
From the flight line to the front line, Godspeed to the sons and daughters of Liberty.
The title says it all. A short and personal film about Christmas.
A husband’s lost letter reaches out from the fog of a forgotten war. Winner: 2011 Tallahassee 48-Hr Film Festival
A short test film, part of a larger documentary of the annual reenactment of the Civil War Battle of Olustee. Explored: the reenactor culture, The Olustee Festival, and the South’s obsession with its tumultuous past.
In the quest for the perfect Halloween decoration, one man gets a whole lot more than he bargained for. Winner: 2012 Tallahassee 48-Hour Film Festival, Invitee: TallyShorts Film Festival
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