I enjoy directing films very much. My first film “Monotony’s Lover” was completed in 2001. It starred Galen Howard and a 100 year old woman named Francis. The story of a friendship between the two. No dialogue. Galen walks the streets of Davis, then meets her at a Convalescent Hospital and they share a scoop of ice-cream. I shot the film with a Bolex camera, and edited it at the Film Arts Foundation in San Francisco. It showed at the Film Arts Festival that same year.
My second film was “Butterscotch.” The link to it is on this website. It was a 2010 winner of the A Place Called Sacramento screenwriting competition. We made the film that summer and it showed at the Crest Theater in early October 2010, and at the 2011 Davis Film Festival.
My third film was “Buddies.” You will find the link to this film on my website too. It was a 2011 winner of the A Place Called Sacramento screenwriting competition. We made the film that summer, and it will show in February 2012 at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento (call Access Sacramento for info) and at the 2012 Davis Film Festival.