This is part of a larger installation on loss and the aporetic space for such representations.
This is a trailer from my most recent film on public mourning regarding the death of Michael Jackson. This film unveils the many layers of Jackson’s persona from his neighbors, dancers and fans. This film unveils the many myths surrounding this performer in the days following Michael Jackson’s death, moving from his homes in Encino, Brentwood and Neverland to his very public funeral in Los Angeles.
Hadrian’s Wall was the first of two fortifications built across Great Britain begun in AD 122, during the rule of emperor Hadrian. This film chronicles a walk along the eastern portion of the wall.
A short film shot from on high in Manhattan. This film contemplates temporality in the city, stasis, silence, movement, memory, physics and sound. As vehicles move and the sun shifts, space and time are constantly reminding the subject
Revisiting the imaginary world of Don Quijote who saw not windmills but giant monsters, this film travels to the windmills that inspired Cervantes in La Mancha, a place where the real and illusory unite.