Death of a Salesman: A DELTARUNE Short Film

My most recent short film, Death of a Salesman follows the story of an assassin Wayne on his way to complete a job of his. I really enjoyed making this with my best friend Max while studying abroad in Sydney, Australia.

Birth of a Salesman: A Sloptime Prequel

This short prequel sets up the character dynamics present in Death of a Salesman: A DELTARUNE Short Film. It was also filmed in Australia, on a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro I rented for the occasion.

Sizzle Reel

A trailer-style compliation of some of my past and current projects. It's fun! It includes clips all the way back from old Dylan Rewinds to some of my newest short films and class projects.

Delta Delta Delta Recruitment Video

Delta Delta Delta sorority hired me to shoot and edit their Spring 2024 recruitment video for their social medias. About half of the clips in the video were shot on my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K or my Panasonic G85. The other half were given to me after the shoot. Like most of my other work, it was edited in Final Cut Pro. The opening animation was made in Blender. It's a short but sweet video, with fun slo-mo shots and a cool color grade.

Dylan Rewind 2021

Dylan Rewind is the project into which I've sunk the most amount of hours. Since 2018, I have been compiling and reliving memories from throughout the year in a new years' montage. Each one is chock full of fun, love, and sentimentality. The series is now a quintology, including a 45 minute long movie. Learn more at dylanrewind.com

UMD in Living Color

Made on a whim one fall afternoon, UMD in living color is a short but sweet compilation of shots taken during a sunset at the University of Maryland. The cool part about it is that it is shot and mastered in 4K HDR, so watch it on a big screen for the best effect!

BRAD Trailer

BRAD (Braille Reader And Decoder) was my capstone Engineering project in high school. Created with my two best friends, the device translates Braille into spoken English. This is a trailer for the device. To learn more, visit thebrad.us