Just returned from a trip to the Netherlands. I was there working on a documentary project with Dutch artist Wapke Feenstra and the Colorado based art collective M12. The project is about contrasting landscapes as seen through the eyes of American and Dutch teenagers. The final exhibition will take place in November of 2014 in the Netherlands.
Denver Night: A Concert With Music and Animals was a unique, one night art extravaganza created by Adam Lerner and Chris Kallmyer for the Biennial of the Americas. Chris Bagley and I were asked to participate and we came up with this video installation.
The pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) is native to the western United States. Though not an antelope, it is often mistaken as one. The installation is an abandoned security station with a bank of televisions monitoring the changing west. The pronghorn is is the only surviving member of its taxonomic family; about five sister species existed when humans entered North America and all but the A. americana are now extinct.
Here’s a short sampling of my work as an editor for both Milkhaus (a Denver based production/post-production house) and as an independent editor.
Clips in order of appearance:
Still, a documentary about the Abstract Expressionist artist, Clyfford Still. An AbarK Production.
Art Meets Beast, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver
Human Rights Campaign, 2012 victories
My Country is Tibet, a documentary short. A ByKids Production.