(3min. 44 sec)

This is a new short film produced for the agency to give prospects a small taste of our creative capabilities without taking ourselves too seriously. It was surreal shooting in the middle of the Lee Roy Selmon Expressway. Ended up making the evening news on three TV stations. 





(17 min. 10 sec.)

Synopsis: A withdrawn and headstrong artist, Elena, has died but can’t leave her true love behind. Her guide in the afterlife helps Elena bridge the connection between her obsession with drawing Henry and the real reason she remains near.




 These Days 

(3 min. 36 sec.)

This was a corporate film for one of our agency clients, The Brass Tap. By design, it more closely resembles a music video than a corporate film. In addition to featuring an original song (Tim Fowler wrote the music, I wrote the lyrics) we created a band to play the song in the film, assembling an eclectic mix of talented musicians.  




My first experiment working as Talent ...

Jeepers. I'm usually on the other side of the camera. I probably did more than a hundred rehearsals on my iMac to prep for this little sales pitch video. Terms like "Search Engine Optimization Strategies" don't exactly roll off the tongue. To those who think acting is easy ... it ain't. The hardest part? Not looking "angry" which apparently is my face's natural setting. Suffices to say I have renewed respect for every working actor out there.







Jugglers, Money Orders & Fire Eating ...

This is a look behind the scenes at a previous campaign for a long-standing agency client. You get to meet all kinds of neat people in this business – and Fritzy is no exception. 




Sometimes when you talk to your TV, it talks back.

This is another "peek behind the curtain" so to speak. Love my partner in crime – DP Christian Moriarty. The crazier my writing the more challenges he must solve on the technical end ... And he always does so beautifully. Also loved my actors in this spot.