[Short / Experimental] A 24 minute film that captures an 8,000-mile journey of American landscapes via country roads, small towns, city lights, national parks, empty deserts, quiet rivers, and 70s land art — wanderlust indulgence through mobility and immediacy.
[Short / Documentary] Why Restore? A question that's answered by the TU Master of Landscape Architecture workshop with a focus on ecological restoration. Features field work from 2012.
[Short / Experimental] Colors, textures and materiality -- these are the alphabets of the landscape
In Search of Progress
[Short / Documentary] A film about the North Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. Features perspectives of residents, stakeholders, and politicians that are directly affected and linked to the blighted neighborhood. Produced as a site analysis to a master planning project for the Temple University MLArch Studio 2012, in collaboration with the NKCDC.
Las Vegas Interviews
[Short / Documentary] Interviews of a few local men in Las Vegas to provide insights into their goals and aspirations, and examine how the City is a canvas to many creative ideas.
A Glimpse into an American Landmark: Part II
[Short / Experimental] Part of a series of exploratory videos examining voyeuristic tendencies, perpetuated by national landmarks and propelled by curiosity to find the right “shot.” Landmark II takes place in Yellowstone National Park in front of Old Faithful. Selections/Screenings: 5 Minute Film Fest - MOCA Tucson (2020)
A Glimpse Into an American Landmark
[Short / Experimental] An exploration of documenting a series of documentation in monumental landmarks. What are we documenting when we document these places? Location: New York City - Bull of Wall Street
Water is Life
[Short / Experimental] Public Performance in Prayer, Peace, and Solidarity with Water Protectors / Held in Miami Beach in 2019 Collaboration with Pedro Jimenez
a spring dance
[Short / Experimental] A meditation, a dance. The motion of spring is a gentle glide through the grandness and sweetness of the species of the Sonoran desert.
Editor [for Soundwalk Collective - Video Installation] Director: Stephan Crasneanski Sound: Soundwalk Collective From Soundwalk Collective: "A re-incarnation of the legendary Ostgut club, the focal point of Berlin’s techno subculture, the Berghain building is a former East German power plant that is remarkable for its enormous dimensions, 18m high dance floor and minimalist constitution of steel, glass and concrete. An architectural space that facilitates experiences of sacredness, collective oneness and egalitarianism, Berghain is known for its impressive sound system, extended afterhours, and the defining sound of Berlin techno."
Sons of the Wind
Editor [for Soundwalk Collective - Video Installation] Director: Stephan Crasneanski From Soundwalk Collective: "A sound poem of the Danube and the Roma people. The Danube is a mirror of the Indus, where the Gypsy people were born. Its banks contain the memories and the contemporary history of the Roma, and of their exodus to Europe."
Editor [for Soundwalk Collective - Video Installation] Director: Stephan Crasneanski These essences are considered powerful beings, and ayahuasqueros learn their melodies by singing along. Singing like powerful beings, they learn to see like them, and this gives them knowledge. The melodies that shamans bring back from their visions are called "icaros"; they help navigate the space of ayahuasca consciousness, and can also serve as lifelines when overwhelmed by visions. Grab onto the icaros: these songs are made of knowledge.