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Past, present and future creative endeavors…


dana michel: “CUtlass spring” trailer

Thursday, September 12, 2019

I directed a trailer for Dana Michel’s “Cutlass Spring” this summer, shooting a few consecutive nights at Théâtre Prospero in Montreal. Check out this show if you can!! A few favorite stills below.


Heather Woods Broderick: White Tail Music Video

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Heather Woods Broderick’s new single + video for “White Tail” from her upcoming LP ‘Invitation’ is out today on WV! A recent trip to Oregon connected me talented filmmaker Devin Febbroriello, who invited me to collaborate with her & Heather. We decided that it would be interesting to create a two part video series where we exchanged concepts & footage, along with open dialogue & feedback. Keep an eye out for Part Two, directed by Devin Febbroriello—coming soon.


Dana Michel: Jams Do Jams

Tuesday, October 23 to Saturday, October 27 2018 from 2 to 5 p.m. + Tuesday, October 30 to Saturday, November 3 2018, from 2 to 5 p.m.

I’m excited to be a part of Jams Do Jams with Dana Michel, a LIVE FILM LABORATORY exploring multiple dimensions of spontaneous creativity at the MAC Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal as part of the Françoise Sullivan Exhibition. Come by and see the incredible exhibit and / or catch us in an uninhibited moment, as we explore human behavior through many forms of improv and video wrangling.

Dana Michel presents a public, creative laboratory developed in partnership with multidisciplinary artist Tracy Maurice. On an almost daily basis, the artists give free reign to their imagination to produce live performative works are filmed within the galleries. In uninhibited and transparent ways, these two artists create spontaneous, hybrid works that engage in dialogue with choreography, live art, intuitive improvisation and cinematography. At the heart of their work is a liberating spontaneity that pays tribute to the artistic values so brilliantly conveyed by Françoise Sullivan and the Automatistes. Together, through scenarios that are sometimes humorous, sometimes experimental, they explore human behavior and traverse the multiple facets of our identity while breaking down established forms and conventions.

Photos above by Clara Lacasse. Photos below by Tracy Maurice.