REMEMBERING SARAH is an award-winning comedy drama that takes place in Portland. It tells the story of a widowed and washed up, 50-something writer who regains his passion for life when he meets his son’s new 20-something girlfriend.
THE LAMP is a family comedy based in the Pacific Northwest about frustrated 30-something Matt James, a guy who needs help figuring out what’s important in life.
MONEY TALKS, a finalist in Portland’s FilmLab competition, is a short screenplay comedy about a progressive young Portland woman who embarks on a career as a “missionary” in Topeka, Kansas, working to help introduce political conservatives to progressive new ideas.
SILENT REDEMPTION is a 48-Hour Film Project short, which was screened during the 2012 competition.
POLLINATING is a 48-Hour Film Project short selected for 2011 Best of Portland screening.
SQUEEZE is a 48-Hour Film Project short produced for the 2011 Go Green edition of 48-Hour.