Along the way I've made a few short films, mostly for fun. The ones here all came after my Sinbad movie.

Adam Walks In

This was the second time I was involved in the 48-hour project, first time directing one. There's little doubt we would have won, but we were disqualified by missing the deadline by a few minutes. Oops, but it was a crowd pleaser. 48hrs soup to nuts is quite an experience.

A lot of things fall through the cracks of course, but we had a group of very dedicated people. The only thing we really lacked was more portable lighting so the alley scenes suffered. A big miss in this edit was the rat poison didn't get shown enough.

All's Fair

Another 48hr I directed. We had a big crew and the bar was a great location. Our coffeeshop location unfortunately had a very loud street just over the fence. There's always something, but the challenge is the fun.

SBYC Promo

When I first moved to Shanghai one of the first things I wanted to do was join the local sailing club.  It was first of all amazing that a Chinese city even had one.  There were a fairly small number of members and I got my future wife Julia involved.  

There was an annual boating show (almost all power boating) where the club had a booth.  There was no descent video so after a few years I decided to make one.  Turns out it even caught some international attention and played on the European sailing channel regularly for two years.  It was a freebie and I enjoyed making it.


Shot in an afternoon and evening, downtown in the colonial area and at the majestic Shwedagon temple complex.  Rangoon was another name for Yangon, Myanmar.  This was a test of a Red camera system so there was no production planning, just run and gun.

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