I haven't directed a narrative feature film yet, but I have had the opportunity to be a significant part of one and have worked on a handful of different feature projects from time to time.
Lights, Camera, Bullshit
A man comes back to Memphis in order to begin making feature films, but is thwarted at every turn by the insanity of the crew of his new commercial videography job, mobsters that are after his new boss, two gangs of historically inaccurate, psychotic, presidential impersonators, and his commitments to his family.
directed by Chad Allen Barton
written by Chad Allen Barton and David Arocho
produced by Piano Man Pictures
I have performed a few duties for this picture, including: Co-producer, Location Manager, Director of Photography, Second-second AD, being an Extra, and I also will be doing some animation as the editing process continues.
The Memphis Comedy Festival MMXII
The Memphis Roast Club and Stanley Justice present the 2012 Memphis Comedy Festival. We bring you eleven of the performances from the Stand-up Night during the weekend-long festival in Memphis, Tennessee.
directed by Eric Huber and Josh McLane
produced by Eric, Josh, and Katrina Coleman
This was my first feature length project to cut together. I really enjoyed helping get it up and available to the world wide web. Watching stand-up comedy is special to me and the folks here in town who do it are really talented.