Winter and Spring 2016 updates…

I’ve been holed up working on several new projects that I hope to have finished by the end of summer, but have some screenings coming up and recently past.


This year, I’ll be a juror at the Athens International Film and Video Festival, in Athens, OH. I’ll have a solo screening and get to hang out with Lydia Moyer and Kelly Sears as co-jurors, how rad is that? Also, Aerial View, the music project of Thad Kellstadt that I’ve recently joined, will have a performance! Looks to be an excellent April.

I’ll also be stopping by my alma mater, Oberlin College, to give an artist talk, have some studio/class visits and hang with fellow alumnus and pal Jacob Ciocci, currently teaching in the Art Department.

Recent and upcoming screenings:

Curated by Caspar Stracke and Gabriela Monroy with Ambulante, Magic for Beginners will be included in a Flaherty Film Seminar program at Ambulante in Mexico City, Mexico in April 8-10, 2016.

I’m in Pittsburgh and It’s Raining will screen as part of the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival in April, 2016. It’s included in the Experimental Program, co-presented with Cellular Cinema. In great company with Lori Felker, Rob Todd, Olivia Ciummo and more…

Continuing to screen the excellent No New York program, Roger Beebe arranged the screening at UNEXPOSED Microcinema, in Durham, NC,  and also presented the program in January, (retitled ‘No LA’)  at Echo Park Film Center, in Los Angeles, CAI’m in Pittsburgh and it’s Raining is included in the program.

Also upcoming at UNEXPOSED Microcinema, The Being of Seeing, Durham, NC, curated by Anna Kipervaser. This screening is part of a series that features the work of artists based in the Great Lakes region. March 4, 2016. Remote is included. Other artists include Ben Balcom, Sky Hopinka, Emily Oscarson, Thomas Comerford, Kera MacKenzie and Drew Mausert-Mooney. Excellent company to keep with this program!

I’m in Pittsburgh and it’s Raining screened at at Casket Cinema, Minneapolis, MN, in January, 2016.

Lose Yourself screened in terrific program by Ekrem Serdar as part of his Emulsified Series. Emulsified #3: Obedience, screened at the Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, in Buffalo, NY in January, 2016.

That’s it for now! I’ll be headed to The MacDowell Colony in June for a residency and to finish some new work 🙂