I just finished Producing, Editing and doing Visual Effects for a new short documentary about how the United States has one of the worst infant mortality rates in the industrialized world, and ways that we can change birth for the better. Created as part of the current debate on healthcare, Reducing Infant Mortality asks "What are we doing wrong? We're making it more technologically advanced in our country, and we're not doing better and we're actually getting worse." Spread the word to your legislators, and visit the website to take action and find out more. Here's a link to the iPod/iPhone version of the video. The film is released through a Creative Commons license.
I'm a producer and editor on the upcoming feature documentary "Shalom/Salaam," a new film focusing on a revolution happening in the Middle East: where individuals on both sides of the conflict are being brought together through the ancient practice of yoga. I recently finished editing a promotional trailer, and the very talented Jodie Livingston, the director, has built a really great website for the film. I'm really very excited to be working on this project. We've started shooting, and are currently raising funds to go to the Middle East to really capture this amazing story of people striving for peace.
I recently finished producing and editing this trailer, for the upcoming indie film "Were The World Mine," which opens in theatres October 31st. Here they are on the Apple trailer site. Here is a list of dates and theaters where it will be playing. I had a great experience working with Tom, Cory and all the fantastic, talented individuals who made this film into something special. Go see this movie!
In episode 2 of Dorkumentary, Adria Dawn is visited by her neighborhood door-to-door kung-fu salesman, guest star Pat Kilbane (Mad TV, Semi-Pro). See more episodes at dorkumentarytv.com! Download the ipod version of the video [640x360].
From producer/director/editor David Tarleton and superstar character actress Adria Dawn comes Dorkumentary - the newest, craziest short comedy series to hit the Internet! Each webisode is a comedic improv inspired loosely by the lives of its creators. Come dork out with Adria and her hysterical guest stars as they hilariously improvise their way into your heart. Dorkumentary. Being a dork has never been this cool. In the premiere episode of Dorkumentary, join Adria Dawn (Nip/Tuck, Popular, etc.) as she interacts with the offbeat regulars at Uncle Jers - the landmark retail store in Silverlake, California. Created improvisationally in seven hours, and shot by a crew of one, Adria plays six different characters in a scenario loosely inspired by real events. See more episodes at dorkumentarytv.com! Download the ipod version of the video [640x360]. Subscribe to the podcast here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Dorkumentary
Download "Wicked" as MP3 The compilation album that I'm on is coming out any day now! Order yours today!
I directed and shot the incredibly talented painter and fire-spinner David Wilson, when we used to live in the same apartment complex. Here's his myspace. More recently, I edited the footage together into this short piece, entitled "Neptune: King of Fire." (note: ipod version) You can watch more of my films here. Enjoy!
Here's a clip of my wife, the lovely Adria Dawn, from her recent appearance on FX's Nip/Tuck. She's playing Parker, a Scientologist, in a scene with Kelly Carlson, playing Kimber; and Xenu, the evil galactic emperor and enslaver of all mankind in the Scientology mythos. Enjoy!
Here's a clip of my lovely wife, Adria Dawn's appearance last night on Nip/Tuck, playing a Scientologist. Way to go Adria!