Stuff I’ve Directed

“Black Card” Credit Photos

January 12, 2015 Double7 Images

Eric Van’t Zelfden of Lobo Jones Photography shot the portraits for the end credit sequence last Friday. Here’s a select for my “Directed by” credit.

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Photo Casting Call: End Credits Shoot

January 3, 2015 Double7 Images

We are seeking African-Americans of all ages in New York City for portrait shots for the end credit sequence of our upcoming film “Black Card”. If you want to be part of a pretty cool project that speaks to the range of the black experience, check the details and hit us up! DATE: Friday, January […]

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“Black Card” BTS Snippet #8

January 3, 2015 Double7 Images

Black Card: Behind the Scenes: Snippet 8 from Double7 Images on Vimeo. A special shout out to my man Anthony Q. Artis for shooting these behind the scenes snippets. In this video, check out the on-set footage from Scene 7F, Take 3 as I work with Dorian and Simone on the timing and rhythm of […]

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“Black Card” Poster References

January 1, 2015 Double7 Images

All systems are go on this short film and in anticipation of a finalized press kit and initial marketing plans, we’ve begun working on a poster for the short film. Just like any part of the process, it’s crucial to pull references so you can not only spark ideas, but begin to find a common […]

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“Black Card” Behind-the-Scenes Snippets

January 1, 2015 Double7 Images

Black Card: Behind the Scenes: Snippet 6 from Double7 Images on Vimeo. We’re wrapping up the picture edit for my new short, “Black Card”, and in the way I like to do things, we’ve documented the entire process for you. The above video shows me and the stars, Dorian and Simone Missick, blocking out Scene […]

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#TRUNKWEDDING

May 29, 2014 Double7 Images

#TRUNKWEDDING from Double7 Images on Vimeo. Way back in the 1990s I met Emily Konopinski. I was a senior at Columbia High School. She was a freshman. What connected us? The fact that we were the only two students with a genuine interest and commitment to the elective filmmaking class we’d decided to take. I […]

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