Sam Malkandi, an Iraqi immigrant to the US, was a beloved husband and father of two working toward his piece of the American Dream. But a footnote in the 9/11 Commission Report, connecting him to a high-level Al Qaeda operative through his childhood nickname changed everything.
I made 31 video haiku in January 2012 as part of the “fun-a-day” project.
A retelling of the ancient Greek myth. Orpheus travels to the underworld to find her lost love. Shot in 36 hours, and scored and edited in less than a week.
My task was to connect with our prospective students through a video series that explores the everyday life of a first year student, and answers the common questions, and addresses fears and concerns.
This might be the best movie I ever made. The story is strong and has a very good balance between character development and plot.
MOHAI commissioned me to be the production arm of this 40 episode web series.
I set up the studio in a conference room and shot it in two hours.
A woman trapped in a loveless marriage to an art professor discovers a path to happiness that’s been right in front of her the whole time.