Desires & Lessons: Articulating A Filmmaking Experience


Back in 2009, I was interviewed by illustrious writer and chef (yes, that’s correct, he’s also a masterful culinary expert) Herbert M. Brindl for Rogue Cinema. I’ve been interviewed a fair amount over the years in all kinds of publications — from print to the internet — regarding my somewhat harrowing and sadly-all-too-common experiences as the writer/directorContinue reading “Desires & Lessons: Articulating A Filmmaking Experience”

James Van Der Beek Unearthed in Archaeological Dig


As a result of having worked with Mr. Van Der Beek on THE PLAGUE, this came as no surprise to me. An archaeological dig in Turkey unburied former teen heartthrob James Van Der Beek, finally revealing where he’s been for the past decade. While the goal of the dig was to uncover ruins from theContinue reading “James Van Der Beek Unearthed in Archaeological Dig”

Spreading The Plague: The Perfect Hollywood Ending


  Act 1: My writing partner, Teal Minton, and I decide we want to make a horror film. In our opinion, most of the great horror films had been done years ago and almost all of them dealt with fears that existed in society; fears that still resonate today on a very primal level: theContinue reading “Spreading The Plague: The Perfect Hollywood Ending”