Witch In The Orchard, 10'07
Narrative piece starring myself, Mitchel Fee, Kimberly Cook, and Lily Lalios. Cinematography by Marie Richardson. Follows a college student having an affair with a TA as they go to an orchard and things get surreal and disappointing rather quickly. Premiered at the ONION Film Festival in Bloomington in 2016.
Lonely Orbits, 9'10
Follows a gay student filmmaker trying to finish a piece while fending off a well-meaning but rather rude fellow filmmaker. Starring myself, Clay Catlin-Filippelli, Casey Gregonen, Lily Lalios, Tova Zimm with Cinematography by Adam Smith and Rachel Rosenstock. Premiered at the Crimson Film Festival in Bloomington in 2015.
The beginning of the confessional films. A hookup goes awry and turns into a discussion about spirituality. First film I appear in, co-starring Hunter Huddleston. Cinematography by Mia Torres. Premiered at the Iris Film Festival in Bloomington in 2016.
Queer Yet Godly, 3'15
The film I wish was my first, but what I'm counting as the beginning of my better offerings to the world. A 16mm educational film reel bleached and painted on with sharpies. Abstract and lyrical, it attempts to understand spirituality and sexuality as non-competing pieces of a whole. Premiered at the Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival in 2015.