Excited to share The Last Songwriter has been on the road this summer/ fall screening at The Royal Conservatory in Toronto as part of SongStudio, LA with SONA, Berklee, and Belmont University! Thanks for coming out! More exciting news and screenings in 2018!
Excited to share that my documentary, The Last Songwriter, won the Audience Award at the Nashville Film Festival.
Wonderful article in Billboard about The Last Songwriter and Opening Night Event at the Nashville Film Festival.
Excited to share that my film, The Last Songwriter, celebrating the craft and struggles of songwriters in the age of streaming will have its World Premiere at the Nashville Film Festival.
Ever wondered what a quark was and what it can teach us about life, church and God?
Excited to share my latest Huff Post piece!
LOST BOY HOME is a documentary I directed and produced that shares the inspiring story of a Sudanese “Lost Boy” who returns home to search for his parents 25 years after fleeing the country during a civil war. Here is the latest trailer:
What do pink salmon, GE, the Met Opera, X-men and Darwin have to say about the future of the church?
Had a lot of fun writing my latest Huff Post article!
Excited to share that I am currently completing a new documentary called THE LAST SONGWRITER which spotlights the struggles of songwriters in the age of streaming and features artists such as Garth Brooks, Jason Isbell, Emmylou Harris, and Jim Lauderdale. As well as award-winning songwriters such as Tom Douglas, Matraca Berg, Lee Thomas Miller and Allen Shamblin. The film was shot by Tom Hurwitz (Queen of Versailles, Nothing Left Unsaid) and the score composed by Grammy award-winning composer Marcus Hummon. More details soon!
Excited to share that a documentary I directed, LOST BOY HOME, is now available on Amazon. Narrated by Academy Award nominated actor Sam Waterston, LOST BOY HOME premiered at the prestigious Palm Beach International Film Festival and won a Best Shorts Award. Involved in the project are highly acclaimed cinematographer, Tom Hurwitz (Queen of Versailles), Oscar-nominated editor Ann Collins, and Grammy-Award winning composer Marcus Hummon (“Bless the Broken Road”).