“Playing House” is being featured on Funny or Die’s homepage! It’s our third of 4 shorts to be featured on their front page. Check out the film, give us your vote and be awesome!
Two short films I had the honor of Associate Producing for are being shown at the Library of Congress! See the details for the screening, which is happening tomorrow, below. Thank you to Adam Hawk Jensen for bringing me on the project. You can read the press release after the break.
The third of three new Olive and Mocha shorts, “Rock N Roll” is up on the Olive and Mocha Youtube channel. You can see it after the jump. Be cool and give us a like. Be awesome and subscribe! To find out more about Olive and Mocha, visit our website www.oliveandmocha.com.
The second of three new Olive and Mocha shorts, “Playing House” is up on the Olive and Mocha Youtube channel. You can see it after the jump. Be cool and give us a like. Be awesome and subscribe! To find out more about Olive and Mocha, visit our website www.oliveandmocha.com.
The first of three new Olive and Mocha shorts is up on the Olive and Mocha Youtube channel. You can see it after the jump. Be cool and give us a like. Be awesome and subscribe! To find out more about Olive and Mocha, visit our website www.oliveandmocha.com
‘Olive and Mocha: Fast Times at Sugar High’ won the very first Funny or Die, Make ‘Em Laff film festival in conjunction with the LA Film Festival. As a reward Suzi Yoonessi and I were given the opportunity to produce an original short with them. The result of this partnership stars Chris Kattan and Tasha Scott (from the original Troop Beverly Hills) and can be seen after the jump.
Thank you to everyone who donated to Olive & Mocha’s Kickstarter campaign! We’ve successfully funded 175% of our goal. We will be filming all three shorts on the weekend of February 7 and 8. Stay tuned for release dates.
A video I helped produce in the desert this summer for Betty Black. Part of the shoot took place in this motel with theme rooms where we found a crack pipe in the Cadillac bed. I love this song. Enjoy the video after the break. Check out more of Betty Black’s music at this link.
I had the pleasure of writing and producing a short for FunnyorDie with my directing partner, Suzi Yoonessi, last weekend. The film is a take on the beloved movie, “Troop Beverly Hills,” and takes a reverse look at the subject of Girl Scouts in the hood. We got Tasha Scott from the original “Troop Beverly Hills” to be in it (which was very exciting) and the short stars the hilarious Chris Kattan. Thank you to everyone who participated. The kids were amazing. You can see more pics from the shoot after the jump.
Brett Jackson and I create content from idea to internet in under 6 hours. The collaboration, I.C.U.P.P. or International Comedy Union Professionals Partnership, has released our newest comedy short, “Hi, Mom!” You can see the full video after the jump. If you think this is funny, give us a like and pass it on to a friend.
My short film “Olive and Mocha” won the first ever FunnyorDie comedy competition through the LA Film Festival, Make ’em Laff. Suzi Yoonessi and I are very excited for the opportunity to produce a second short with FunnyorDie as prize for winning. KPCC interviewed Suzi for “Take Two” wherein she speaks about winning, breaking into the comedy world and not having kids. You can see the full article and listen to her interview after the jump.
I’m pleased as punch to say that my short “Olive and Mocha: Fast Times At Sugar High” made it into the top 5 in FunnyorDie’s Make ‘Em Laugh film competition. They’ll be showing my short at the Grammy Museum on Saturday, June 14 @ 8:00pm. You can purchase tickets after the jump. So, that’s awesome.
My latest short film “Kountry Krock” won the audience choice award at this year’s Seattle Sketch Fest. I’ve also been notified by the festival that I am the only person to have won this award two separate years for two different films; Kountry Krock and Fast Times at Sugar High
On August 14, I was honored to have my second short screened as part of the infamous Flux Series at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California. Curated by Jonathan and Meg Wells, the night showcases filmmakers from all over the world. We were in good company and for the presentation segment of the evening, co-writer Bryan Irzyk and I performed an original sketch as the stars of the short, Lynn and Jack Hands.
The kids show I wrote for “You Are What You Eat” was successfully funded on Kickstarter! Congrats to Matt Danciger and Mel Metcalfe. Can’t wait to see season 1!
The kids’ show I wrote for, “You Are What You Eat” is raising money via Kickstarter to fund its first season. This show does a great job of mixing humor and lessons, nutrition and playing with your food, music and visuals. If we teach our youth how to eat well now, they’ll live better later. Any little bit helps. Produced by Switch Studios. See the sizzle reel after the jump. THANKS!