Crestinn

Crestinn

2004 (2010 re-edit), 10:46 min; mini DV transferred to VHS

A modern day tribe member is sent into the real world to find a woman.

Apple Express

Apple Express

2005 (2011 re-edit), 39:58 min; digitally transferred VHS

A documentary of the happenings in a virtually parentless lower-class household in rural Tennessee.

YOKO MADE ME DO IT, 2008

YOKO MADE ME DO IT, 2008

YOKO MADE ME DO IT is a haphazardly amusing short video that takes place at the Georgia Guidestones in Elberton County, Georgia. It documents me and my friends' encounter with the strange, oddly controversial, highly unknown landmark- 28 YEARS TO THE DAY THEY WERE ERECTED.

 

The video invites viewers first to a picnic dinner enjoyed at the setting and then rubbings of certain parts of the stone are made for mementos of the journey. The final scene documents my performance piece/ good energy ritual on one of the stones.

How to Make a Large Scale Sculpture

How to Make a Large Scale Sculpture

2008, 13:65 min, digitally transferred Hi-8

A short documentation of the
construction and installation of my sculpture "Phacian", with the assistance of my father.

This New Sitcom, Season 1

This New Sitcom, Season 1

2010, twenty-five 0:59 min segments

Originally released on Facebook, This New Sitcom served as video sketchbook of sorts.  Cryptically confessional, these videos exhibit a collection of slivers of eclectic rural life in Kentucky and Tennessee.

Tidbits and Onements

Tidbits and Onements

2011, 20:58 min, various digital and analog formats

A collection of scrap footage from defunct video projects from 2005-2011 shot in Murray, Kentucky and Paris, Tennessee.

This New Sitcom, Season 2

This New Sitcom, Season 2

2011, twenty-five 1:59 min segments

Originally released on Facebook, This New Sitcom served as video sketchbook of sorts.  Cryptically confessional, these videos exhibit a collection of slivers of eclectic rural life in Kentucky and Tennessee.

This New Sitcom, Season 3

This New Sitcom, Season 3

2012, fourteen 2:59 min segments

Originally released on Facebook, This New Sitcom served as video sketchbook of sorts.  Cryptically confessional, these videos exhibit a collection of slivers of eclectic rural life in Kentucky and Tennessee.