“There’s Always A Way” is a stop-motion animated short made for the San Francisco non-profit Walk San Francisco, featuring “Little Boy Blue”, who is visited by the spirit of his Grandmother who was killed while crossing a street.
CLIMAX NIGHT 01: AGITATE
With the events of 2016 still in sharp relief, we unravel the more unsettling elements of the immediate past. What made up the madness? We reexamine recent history to see what we might have missed. February 18, 2017 at the Storefront Lab in San Francisco.
Everything always starts for Doug & Wendy, but never really ends. Narrative short. 2014.
Music Video for the original "Acid Love" by Saturn. 2016. Written, composed, performed and produced by Saturn.
Official music video for the Portland, OR bluegrassish band Crow and the Canyon.
Promotional video for the Kronos Quartet's 2017 Kronos Festival at SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.
Puddles. Rain. Lunch Break. 2016.
A reading of the manifesto for Space Open, a Berkeley-based art collective. 2016.
A brief documentary about San Francisco's main street. Tourists and locals, activists and policy-makers all weigh in on the west coast's grandest boulevard. Featured in the New Urbanism Film Festival in Los Angeles, CA in 2015.
Landlines is a 15-minute video installation piece featuring the artist himself in an endless, exhaustive sprint through the landscape. Debuted as part of the Space Open art exhibition in Berkeley, CA in 2016.
Pedestrian way-finding campaign for San Francisco's Market Street Prototyping Festival. 2015.
Innovative pedestrian way-finding system based out of Raleigh, NC. A winning competition entry for the 2014 IBM People 4 Smarter Cities Challenge contest.
Animated intro for the online drawing instructional series Drawing in the Landscape with Darryl Jones. Original theme song by Eliot Rose. 2014.
Highlight reel for the online drawing instructional seriesDrawing in the Landscape with Darryl Jones. Original course developed for Planetizen.com. 2014.