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Mulan & The Baby Doll Brawl

For some, leaving work ends their day, for others a second life starts. Mulan found roller derby watching TV late one night. What she didn’t realize was that in many ways it was the beginning of a new world. After learning to skate and getting drafted onto the “Tough Cookies” a Girl Scout themed team, she decided it was time to give back as a coach.













After falling in love with Chelsea FC and European soccer supporter culture, Matt sought out his local club. Crossing The Line explores lower division soccer supporter culture through one fan's experience with Orange County Soccer Club.





Three Walls

Director & Editor
Three Walls is the film I made for my senior comprehensives at Occidental College receiving distinction from the Art History & Visual Arts Department. Three Walls is a film that uses the physical space as the main character. The role of the handball court becomes exposed through the stories and experiences of the people that use it. Each person visits the court for a different reason yet their goals on it are all the same. The court is a gathering place for all these different reasons. When you play a sport nothing else matters, you are completely focused on winning. On the court a player can be anything they want and everything they are not in the real world. Monologues guide the viewer through growing up on the court to the differences between civilian handball vs. playing in prison. Montages of gameplay are intertwined with portraits of the players and the courts by them self. Three Walls takes you into the daily life of three wall handball courts in Los Angeles through the stories of the people that use them.























Mark



The Truck

Director & Editor





The Truck is a short documentary that explores the taco truck culture in Los Angeles through customer’s loyalties. El Taquito Mexicano is located in Pasadena and has been always been in the same location creating a name as one of the best trucks in the city.









Mark
Hear & Now

Co-Producer, Co-Editor, Camera Operator
Artbound's music series Hear and Now explores songs with a sense of place. The idea is simple: put Southern California musicians in the locations that inspired a song, and document a performance of the song, in that place. Through this juxtaposition, Hear and Now aims to paint a rich, multidimensional portrait of the creative process and draw connections between musical inspiration and the environment that nurtures it.























Mark