The Cuber

Documentary Short
Role: Writer, director, producer, editor
Featured documentary, National Screen Institute Online Film Festival, 2011
Special invitation, Christie Pits Outdoor Film Festival 2017

Eric Limeback is an 18 year old speedcuber from Toronto. He's ranked second in Canada for solving the 3x3 Rubik's Cube, and first for solving the 3x3 cube blindfolded.

How Far

National TV :30
Client: Discount Car & Truck Rentals
Role: Writer, director, producer, editor

A series of 3 interconnected commercials that explore Canadian notions of national identity, connectedness, and open-road adventure.

Run Out

National TV :30
Client: Discount Car & Truck Rentals
Role: Writer, director, producer, editor

A series of 3 interconnected commercials that explore Canadian notions of national identity, connectedness, and open-road adventure.

Pikto: A Photography Story

Web/Documercial
Client: Pikto
Role: Writer, director, producer, editor

Interviews with the company’s staff and owners, cinematic footage of Toronto’s historic Distillery District, and original music combine to create a moving portrait of a community of commercial and creative artists who all share a passion for the still image.

The Great Pokemon Weekend Getaway

Web
Client: Discount Car & Truck Rentals
Role: Writer, director, producer

A successful national Facebook contest and reality-style content video that brings a group of four adult friends to Toronto for the weekend to play Pokémon GO, complete with Poké-swag, graphics-wrapped Poké-mobile, and hilariously inept Poké-master (comedian Lars Classington) to guide them on their quest for the rarest of Pokémons.

Guy on Girl

Dramatic Short
Role: Writer, director, producer, editor
Official Selection, Award of Merit, Indiefest LA 2015

A grad student putting herself through school as an escort struggles to navigate a relationship with a man who was once a client in this complex psychological narrative about sex, trust, and power.

What If Advertising Stopped Working?

Web
Role: Writer, director, producer, editor

This short commercial wonders what the world would be like if traditional advertising stopped working. Here's a hint -- it would look a lot like the world we're living in right now.