I worked as associate producer for this feature film, coming 2014! Enjoy.
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The trailer for a feature documentary I co-produced and ran field audio for. The film tells the story of Robert and Angel, a homeless couple who sell Street Pulse as they look for housing, jobs, and hope on the streets of Madison, WI. It also follows several other Street Pulse vendors, homeless people who have
This is the SuperTrailer (hunhdunnuhNUH!) for VH1’s reality show Off Pitch. I worked on this show as one of the lead PAs, and I also performed some assistant story producer duties and occasional set design.
Click here to see two trailers for my upcoming short film The Lilith Necklace, and read about their stylistic choices.
Because It’s Small, a short documentary I was line producer for during Summer 2012, has won Best of the Fest at its first screening in the Oneota Film Festival. Click here to find more information on the film, including production pictures, upcoming events, and information on obtaining a copy. Because It’s Small Trailer from Randy
A teaser for the upcoming noir The Lilith Necklace. – Editor: Melanie Killingsworth Score: Meghan Rose Voiceover: Ian King (via freesound.org)
We will be holding a preview screening of The Lilith Necklace at Madison’s High Noon Saloon on Sunday, February 17th at 7:00PM, with a $3 cover at the door. The night will also feature trailers from local productions, a talkback with the director, the High Noon’s legendary bar, and more. We look forward to seeing
This is a trailer for the short documentary “Because It’s Small,” a film exploring Little Free Libraries throughout Wisconsin and specifically in Madison, where the libraries originated. The physical libraries can be bought from the Little Free Library organization, though you can also build your own and simply register it. A few communities have build
The short film Old Country Lullaby will have its world premiere Saturday, November 5 at the Milwaukee Short Fest. Information about the film and screening are on the fest’s website, where you can also purchase advance tickets. I was the audio technician for this short. It was my first collaboration with Marc, Randy, and Louisa, and was
I’m currently working on a series of videos for Fashion Angels, a Milwaukee-based company that designs toys, activities, and accessories for everyone from Barbie to HotWheels. I’m part of a team of 3 creating web content to compliment their product’s included instructions. The videos are specifically for Fashion Angels and Monster High products, designed for
This is a music video I worked on last summer. Details here. Enjoy!
I worked on this project as script advisor, location scout, script supervisor, and sole editor. This is a Coca Cola Spec Ad I had the pleasure of working on this past February. When we plotted this shoot, there was not only a distinct lack of snow falling from the sky, there wasn’t anything still on the
I love noir films. I love their style, cinematography, language, almost everything about them. But, noir films historically have issues with women. Both of these things colliding let to my writing a noir short film which uses noir style and tone to tell a modern detective story. Along the way, it examines how gender roles have
I used to believe in the old adage ‘never work with children or animals.’ But in the past several months, I’ve worked with several amazing, professional, and talented kids, and I’m scheduled to work with a dog in August. This particular shoot, at Lincoln Elementary School in Madison, WI, involved well over 100 children, and
Street Pulse, a documentary I have been working on (as co-producer, audio technician, second shooter, and editing advisor) since last August, is in its fine cut stage. We will be hosting a screening and Q&A next week, Thursday March 22, at the Chazen Museum of Art. You can see more details about the screening here. This
Today Hulu announced their first original scripted series. Battleground is set to premiere February 14. Watch the trailer here. The series is a dramedy centering around a political campaign in Wisconsin. Think West Wing: The Campaign Years meets The Office. UPDATE: Watch new episodes every Tuesday at www.hulu.com/battleground – Worked as: Assistant Editor (and short cameo as a reporter)
I wrote a piece about Arcade Fires “Keep the Car Running” that was featured on Unbest. Unbest was featured one The New York Times’ Top 10 Top 10 Lists list. You can read my piece here. I’ll be over in the corner trying to figure out how many degrees of separation this makes me from
1) a documentary about Street Pulse, a newspaper for, by, and distributed by homeless people in the city of Madison. The feature documentary follows Bob and Angel, a homeless couple in Milwaukee, as well as other friends and acquaintances. More than just a Day in the Life, the documentary examines what it means to be homeless or
a short film titled Old Country Lullaby, about a father and daughter moving from their old home. Directed by Marc Kornblatt (link to follow)