CAMP BEAVERTON: MEET THE BEAVERS, documentary film.
Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers is a feature length documentary film that ran as Hulu's number one documentary for over six weeks during the 2014-2015 holiday season. Little know fact is, "Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers," beat out James Franco's "Saturday Night Live," documentary running at same time. "CB: Meet the Beavers" been selected in over 45 film festivals around the world, winning a Special Jury Prize in Rio de Janeiro. Co-directed/produced with Napa filmmaker, Beth Nelsen, our film is a portrait of a new generation of queer women - educated, outspoken and self defined. www.meetthebeavers.com for more info. Watch on Amazon now.
ROLES: DIRECTOR/DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY/CAMERA/INTERVIEWER/SOUND RECORDIST/PRODUCER
Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers, THE SHORT TRAILER above.
WHAT IS LOVE? SAN FRANCISCO...
What is Love? is a longterm documentary project about the meaning of Love. In these times, when love is both legalized and criminalized, to question how we define Love and are defined by love, is inevitable. As I travel on assignment, I interview people around the world, and ask simple, yet profound questions about Love. What is love? Can you control who you love and don't love? If you love someone, do you love them forever?
The documentary began in San Francisco, as I first learned how to shoot video, record sound and interview people without saying, "uh-huh" and "exactly." These teasers highlight the streets and neighborhoods of San Francisco, my home. Over 60 interviews in San Francisco alone, as well as other major cities like Hamburg, Berlin, Luleå, Chiang Mai. A vibrant and exciting cast of characters, diverse and profound.
Feel free to contact me for further information about What is Love? firstname.lastname@example.org
Future locations sighted: Berlin, Beijing, Chiang Mai, Nairobi, Paris, Manali, Bogotá, Mexico City, the most diverse sampling of our planet sharing the meaning of Love.
Acting Out: 25 years of queer film and community in Hamburg
ROLES: CO-DIRECTOR/CINEMATOGRAPHER/INTERVIEWER/SOUND RECORDIST
ACTING OUT: 25 years is a documentary about the International Queer Film Festival Hamburg that celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2014. The filmmakers have filmed, interviewed, gleaned the archives and edited reams of material into a small masterpiece. With its gorgeous shots and sublime soundtrack, the documentary entertainingly brings across both the unique atmosphere and 25-year history, and illuminates the complex mesh that both forms and carries the festival. The film reveals the ways a queer film festival functions as a platform for unheard voices and creates life-changing experiences for all involved.
2012 - 2014 Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers, a documentary film by Ana Grillo and Beth Nelsen. Roles: Co-director/writer/producer, Director of photography, sound recordist, interviewer, web designer, graphic designer, still photographer. www.meetthebeavers.com
2014 Acting Out: 25 years of queer film and community in Hamburg, documentary film produced by Aye Aye Film based in Hamburg, Germany. Co-director, Cinematographer, Interviewer, Still photographer, Audio recordist. www.ayeaye-film.de
2014 Frameline premiere: STICKS AND STONES, BAMBI LAKE, THE AGE OF THE GOLDEN HUSTLER, a short documentary film by Silas Howard. Cinematographer, Audio, Still photographer.
2012 - present WHAT IS LOVE? San Francisco, a documentary film in progress. Director/writer/producer, DP/Cinematographer, Interviewer, Sound recordist, Editor. What is Love? is set to travel to different cities and villages around the world through 2015: Stockholm, Berlin, Hamburg, Chiang Mai, Vrindivan and Dharamsala.
2014 - SAYAW, documentary film by Cecilio Asuncion. Behind the scenes documentary, Video, Photography.
2012 - WHAT'S THE T?, award-winning documentary film by Cecilio Asuncion. Videographer, Audio.
2011 - RUNNING WITH JIM, award winning documentary film by Robin Hauser Reynolds, Dan Noyes and David L. Brown. Cinematographer, Photographer, Production assistant.