UPDATES

CLEMENTINE Nominated!

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ICYMI - I wrote and co-directed my first short film, CLEMENTINE, which is currently making the rounds of the festival circuit, and it looks like it is going to premiere on opening night at the Austin Revolution Film Festival in September. 

On top of being selected, CLEMENTINE has also received a half-dozen award nominations at the festival, including BEST TEXAS PRODUCED SCRIPT, TEXAS FILMMAKER OF THE YEAR, BEST TEXAS DIRECTOR, BEST TEXAS ACTOR, BEST TEXAS ACTRESS (Allison Day), and the MARGARET ANN GARZA ACTING AWARD (for best overall actor/actress)! 

You can buy tickets to opening night of the fest at Alamo Drafthouse for CLEMENTINE's first screening here.

MAYBE SHOWER Texas Premiere!

On Thursday, April 5th, MAYBE SHOWER will premiere in Austin, TX! 

A screening is being held at the Spider House Ballroom, which is where most of the movie takes place, and several of the cast and crew will be in attendance.

If you're in Austin, you should join us!

Tickets are available at: maybeshower.com

More good news: MAYBE SHOWER won BEST FEATURE at the Portland Film Festival last week!

Don't miss this movie -- especially if you wanna see me play a drunk dad at a party!
Scroll down to see the trailer.

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TIMES SQUARE + SUBWAYS + AUSTIN-BERGSTROM

Guys! This is crazy!
For the next few months, you can see me in Times Square, on NYC subways (N, R & D lines and 1500 Broadway) and in the Austin-Bergstrom airport in an ad (showcasing my love for snacks) for Cratejoy

If you see me out there, take a photo and send it my way! See the ad below... it's pretty fantastic!

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THE SIDE QUEST

This past weekend, I had the privilege of working with Error Domain on their short film for the 48 Hour Film Project in Austin! There were 30 teams all around town, who gathered together on Friday night and we were each given a genre, character name + profession and a prop that we had to use in our films. Then we had 48 hours to write, film and edit the film. It was a whirlwind, but it was super fun. I got to play an angel cowboy named Frank Ruark, who spoke entirely in song. I also wrote a song in mid-take, performed it and improvised 95% of my lines! See? Super fun!