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- Twenty Feet From Stardom has won the 2014 Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary. I'm very proud to have contributed additional photography.
- Wild Canaries premiered in competition at South By Southwest in March. Other festival stops this spring include Sarasota, Maryland, and Montclair, where it will be the closing night film. Directed by Lawrence Michael Levine, it stars Lawrence, Sophia Takal, Jason Ritter, Alia Shawkat, Kevin Corrigan, and Annie Parisse. We shot it in New York in the spring of 2013.
- Just Before I Go, a feature film directed by Courteney Cox, will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. It stars Seann William Scott, Olivia Thirlby, Garret Dillahunt, Rob Riggle, David Arquette, Kate Walsh, Michaela Watkins, and Rob Huebel.
- Life of a King, a feature directed by Jake Goldberger and starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., was released in 16 cities in January by Millenium Entertainment.
- New equipment additions include Zeiss Compact Prime lenses, Canon tilt/shift lenses, and of course GoPro cameras.

-The Comedy
Directed by Rick Alverson. Starring Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, James Murphy, Kate Lyn Sheil. Premiered at Sundance 2012, then Rotterdam, SXSW, Maryland, Coppenhagen, Munich and Warsaw. A Tribeca Films release.
-About Sunny
(Formerly Think of Me) Directed by Bryan Wizemann. Starring Lauren Ambrose, Dylan Baker, Penelope Ann Miller. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at IFF Boston, and nominated for a 2012 Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead. Premiered at Toronto 2011, then Hamptons, Santa Barbara, Florida, Sarasota, Boston, Rooftop and Little Rock. An Osciloscope release.
-The Dish & the Spoon Directed by Alison Bagnall. Starring Greta Gerwig, Olly Alexander. Premiered at SXSW 2011, then AFI fest, BFI London, Milwaukee, Denver, Anchorage, IndieMemphis, Sidewalk and BendFilm. A Screen Media Films release.

The Comedy - Feature
The Dish and the Spoon - Feature
Life of a King - Feature
About Sunny (Formerly Think of Me) - Feature