Here is a sampling of projects that I have created over the last few years while working for the State of Texas and freelancing in Austin, Texas:
Unfortunately, active shooters have become a real threat to every public and private building across the United States. In an effort to educate the public about how to react to an armed intruder, I produced this short educational film that preaches the RUN HIDE FIGHT method. With more than 100,000 views, it currently is being used by NASA, almost every state agency in Texas and several universities to help staff prepare for the unthinkable.
Want an early look at the future of cinema? It’s called Holodeck and this is a overview I created for a group of entrepreneurs who needed a sales reel to help them raise startup capital.
Athletes and coaches love to preach the virtues of “following the process.” In this short video, author Ryan Holiday explains what the phrase means and how to apply its stoic logic to everyday life.
Nobody enjoys a fire drill. Even fewer enjoy watching a video about conducting fire drills. In order to spice a somewhat stale subject, we created a fun character to walk the viewer through the logistics of a building evacuation.
The Alamo Drafthouse will ask me on occasion to help out when they have special guests in town to promote new projects work. In this video Jonah Ray of Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return and Kumail Nanjiani of The Big Sick explain why you shouldn’t talk or text inside a theater.
As a big softie at heart, I love producing wedding films for nice newlyweds. Here is one I made for a wonderful couple in Dripping Springs, Texas.
I have nothing but respect for local business owners. Here is a spot I put together for my friendly neighborhood gym.