A film about Black cowgirls and cowboys in preparation for the specific rodeo event of calf roping. Filmed in Lafayette, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi in late spring/summer 2011, the title Ten Five in the Grass refers to the type of rope used to capture fast calves.
Another take, another era, another factory, shot in Mississippi in summer 2012, this film is a riff on the Lumière Brothers classic 1895 film.
A 16mm short film, shot in the summer of 2013, following employees of the Cleveland Water Department on the hunt for what lies beneath, as they investigate for leaks in the infrastructure in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
Two gentlemen share the ins and outs of hustling metal in Cleveland.
An insulator doles out R-15, a material that keeps homes warm in the winter months and cool in the summer.
Illustrates the Virginia Union University football team working together.
A silent film featuring an old consumer product produced at the Westinghouse factory in the filmmaker’s hometown of Mansfield, Ohio in the 1960’s.