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Directing "Urban Teach Now" in New Orleans, 2016

Directing "Saving Mr Whiskers" with Will Hines and Ann Carr, 2010

I've directed over 35 comedy shorts as well as an indie tv pilot and a feature film.

I also write and have 4 feature film scripts written as well as 2 tv pilots and am currently developing a new comedy tv series.  


Below are some recent projects:

Banfield After Party

In 2021 I directed a comedic talk show featuring celebrity pets & influencers as branded content for Banfield Pet Hospital. Here's the 1st episode:

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College Humor videos

In 2018 I directed shorts for College Humor Originals. Here is one short that I directed, written by Brennan Lee Mulligan, starring Brennan & Rekha Shankar:

Here's another College Humor Short I directed, written by Raphael Chestang, starring Raphael & David Kerns as Cuddles.

Inside You

"Inside You" is my first feature film. I directed, wrote, and starred in this movie alongside Marshall Stratton.


It's a comedy about a couple that switches bodies after a magic night together.

Now free worldwide on Youtube!

Available now on Amazon Prime,  iTunes, Xbox, Vudu, and Google Play.

Urban Teach Now

"Urban Teach Now" in an indie TV Pilot written by and starring comedy duo  SJ & Ginny.  I directed this TV episode and it was an official selection at the NYTV Festival and ITV Festival, both in October 2016.  Here's the trailer:

The Focus Group

"The Focus Group" is a short film written by and starring comedian and author Sara Benincasa.  I directed this short film and it debuted online in June 2016.

Highlights from older work as writer/director:

Alleged (2013): a short comedy thriller inspired by a 2010 sexual harassment court case against Steven Seagal.  Starring Jack Mulcahy, Caitlin McHugh, Amanda Bjerre-Petersen, and Katina Corrao

Heart Break (2011): a comedy about the most common temporary mental illness: a broken heart.  Starring Ann Carr, Zach Cregger, Hannibal Buress, GL Douglas, and Trevor Williams

Street Meat Episode 2: Meatpanties! (2007): for some reason I still love this video so much. Adam Newman and I made a series of videos with these talking meats and this is still the best one.  It was featured on the front page of myspace back in the day and was my first viral video.  It's about meats who develop an awareness that they aren't wearing underpants and are saved from underpants hell by an underpants angel.

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