Gemini (August 18, 2019) highlights the dual nature of gay identity in a dramatic scene in which a guy contemplates putting on make-up.
Now & Then (August 17, 2019), created and produced in 24 hours, is a conversational short film discussing the conflict between enjoying the present and working for the future.
The Neighbor (June 13, 2019) is a dark comedy featuring an eccentric neighbor’s meticulous murder of a new resident.
A Cleansing (June 13, 2019) is a sci-fi drama in which a young woman undergoes a cleansing procedure to rid herself of feelings she deems sinful.
Cassandra (June 2, 2019) is a Greek myth adapted to comment on society’s treatment of sexual violence.
Helpline (March 25, 2019) is a public service announcement to encourage people to reach out for their friends, their families, or themselves. No one should ever face their burdens alone.
Voicemail (February 9, 2019) follows a young’s woman’s reactions to a series of aggressive phone messages left by an abusive ex-boyfriend.
The Elements (January 6, 2019) is an experimental short that represents the four stages of grief (denial, anger, sadness, acceptance) through the four elements (air, fire, water, earth).
Baucis & Philemon (December 17, 2018) is a modern reworking of Ovid’s inseparable couple who ask the gods to let them die together.
Following a young woman’s attempt to overcome her agoraphobia in order to attend an outing, Inside and Out (October 20, 2018) alternates between her advance to the door and the psychological torture she endures within.
Marionette (October 13, 2018) is a horror film that portrays society’s manipulative nature in 15 seconds.
Produced by Ridge Productions.
Produced by Legwork for Lungs.
Guilt (August 9, 2018) observes how the guilt of infidelity can impact one’s psyche.
Originally made for a 24-hour film challenge, Lemonhead (June 30, 2018) follows a boy who accidentally discovers a “secret ingredient” which lures a customer back to his lemonade stand.
Markers (June 20, 2018) shows a teenage girl redefining her own labels after being outed by a bully.
The Phone Rang (June 9, 2018) is a one-shot film following a therapy patient dealing with the aftermath of his friend’s suicide, for which he blames himself.
Mr. James Smith (June 9, 2018) is a comedy about a boy who receives college acceptance letters intended for someone else.
Girl Friend (June 9, 2018) features a girl’s attempt to reconnect with her ex-friend, who stopped talking to her after she said that she was in love with her.
Bulletproof (April 24, 2018) documents the March for Our Lives protest in Washington D.C. and features interviews with protesters along with footage from the march.
You Deserve a Brighter Tomorrow (November 20, 2017) is a PSA intended to remind those considering suicide that every single human on earth deserves a brighter tomorrow.
The Waiting Room (June 8, 2017) follows a young man as he slowly goes insane trapped in an inescapable waiting room before an interview.
Jasmine and the Narrator (March 11, 2017) personifies the typical literary device of the narrator as a real human providing the play-by-play coverage of Jasmine’s procrastination.
Two of These Things (March 11, 2017) tells the universal tale of loneliness and friendship with a colorful twist.
Alexa (March 11, 2017) depicts the events that occur when a piece of artificial intelligence comes to life, and what her motives are.
Darkness (December 31, 2016) follows the internal struggles of a hearing-gone-deaf girl struggling to figure out how music fits into her silent life.
Battle Scars (November 19, 2016) shows a depressed and socially anxious girl physically battling out her problems with lightsabers.
Seven Taps (November 19, 2016) depicts the anxiety attack of a boy with OCD when he is unable to complete his seven-tap routine.
Texts From God (November 19, 2016) imagines a world where God (and the Devil) can communicate to humans through text messages.
Notes (June 11, 2016) breaks the typical love-story formula with its tale of two kids who get to know each other through notes left on a bench.
The Detective (June 5, 2015) is a classic detective film surrounding the case of a stolen frisbee.
The Spear (September 3, 2012) follows two boys playing war in the woods, which quickly becomes dangerous.