Filmed my former roommate spinning fire poi around the back of our apartment. I do not own the right to this music and would like to credit the song, Rain to the artist "Klaypex."
DANCING WITH FIRE
WELCOME 2 SUBURBIA EP. 2: THE WRATH OF CHING
A simplistic animation I made years ago using Gimp and IMovie.
A promotional video I shot along with Lyndon Alvarez from Buddyfx.com for a local sideshow based in Tulsa, Carnival Epsilon. I do not own the right to the music in this video and would like to credit the song "Airship Pirates" to the band "Abney Park."
WELCOME TO SUBURBIA EP. 3
A trailer I shot for a film by Jordan Chetelat. Sadly enough she could not receive funding for the film to take off so it never saw the light of day. Regardless this is the trailer.
Bryan is approached by his new neighbor Ching who invites Bryan over to meet his wife and have dinner. After Bryan arrives he discovers an uncomfortable kinky and dark secret that Ching has concealed from him until the right moment.
Another experimental film inspired by recurring nightmares I was having when I was 21.
The first episode of a series of animations I have made. "Welcome to Suburbia" is a crudely animated Dark Comedy which follows a man named Bryan Buckworthy who lives in a town called Suburbia. As Bryan attempts to mow his lawn with his broken lawn mower he is approached by his creepy neighbor Joseph Cash who invites him to check "something" out. When Bryan absentmindedly agrees to go with him, he soon learns that "something" is more than he bargained for.
A music video style modeling film I shot for my friend Jordan Chetelat in the Clara Cemetery located in a ghost town in Texas.
The first film I ever made using live actors. "Equilibrium" is a Surrealist short film in which a mysterious woman struggles to achieve balance in her life. The film delves into the struggles we must all face and overcome in order to achieve what we want.
You can read a full reveiew of "Equilibrium" at the link below:
DANCING TURKEY PRODUCTIONS
WELCOME TO SUBURBIA EP. 1
The first film I ever dabbled with. A stop-motion short, Into Insanity is inspired by nightmares I had as a child.
The first film I shot with dialogue. Shot in the Burkburnett Cemetery, Burkburnett, TX. "Family Reunion" is a film about 4 siblings on their way to a family reunion. When they decide to stop and visit their mother's grave things take a turn for the worse. One by one they disappear into the dark woods. With no help from an unresponsive police force, the protagonist, Sarah has to brave the cemetery to find her missing siblings.
An introductory animation I made using After Effects for a friend's production company.
Bryan decides to take a walk in the park when he is approached by a shady character who "sounds like Darth Vader." After Bryan experiments with drugs and wakes up next to a filthy and questionable strip club with no memory, he then has to embark on a quest to put the pieces back together. Will he fall prey to this questionable drug dealer or will he follow a righteous path?
An experimental relaxation film I made utilizing Rorschach art.