Promotional video featuring a clip of my acting work in the Showtime series Brotherhood, featuring complex, multilayered motion graphics and sound effects.
The official website for the short film Behind Bars, built using design elements from the DVD packaging.
BackStageBoston.com was developed as a working experiment in building a massive site, using the Joomla! CMS, combining a social network, forums, groups, blogs, directories, video sharing, and a news portal. The site includes user profile pages and comprehensive social networking tools.
Early promotional music video for singer-songwriter Jenn London. MiniDV footage of a live performance mixed with a previously recorded television interview. Several songs were edited and mixed together, flowing seamlessly from one to the next.
From the soundtrack to LoudSue Films’ Behind Bars, combining both a live and studio recording of the song “Someday”, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced, along with dialogue.
From the soundtrack to LoudSue Films’ Behind Bars, combining dialogue and audio from the film with a portion of the song “Wasted”, which I wrote, arranged, performed, and produced.
Motion graphics, titles, and animated logo used as an opening sequence for LoudSue Films projects. I conceived of and designed the logo, which combines the Yin and Yang symbol with the Comedy and Tragedy masks. I also composed, performed, and produced the music.
Audio remixed for a New York choreographer, combining Rose Royce’s “Car Wash”, Anita Ward’s “Ring My Bell”, and Peaches & Herb’s “Shake Your Groove Thing”, matching the keys and tempos, and beefing up the EQ.
Audio remixed for a New York choreographer, taking bits from Billy Squire’s “The Stroke” and Devo’s “Whip It”, combining them, matching the keys and tempos, and beefing up the EQ.