In 2008-2009, The Association of Small Foundations hired PhilanthroMedia to make video spoofs that would educate foundation and non-profit board members on the dangers of self dealing. In this video, we spoof a 1940s news reel to warn of the dangers of self-dealing.
As Creative Director, I wrote and edited this short. Our first project, "Self Dealing and You," can be seen here.
In this video, we spoof a 1950s sex ed video to warn of the dangers of self-dealing. As Creative Director, I wrote, directed, and edited this short. Our second project, "Self Dealing on the Move," can be seen here.
Shot in May 2006 with the help of delirium caused by 4 years of studying at Swarthmore College, Duck Duck Dog was made in 1 epic day. This was my first attempt at stop-action film, produced in tandem with my buddy Cassie. Not my most polished film, but definitely the most likely to make yourself spit Mr. Pibb out of your nose.
This short follows Jordan, an indie guitar player who, in an attempt to create a demo album, decides to sell stock in herself (literally) to her fans. The demo album is picked up and her profits rise, as does the value of her stock. But as her fans sell their stock off for a profit, Jordan does the same, and she faces losing primary shareholdership in herself.