Co-directed and served as DP and editor on a new music video for the wonderful Dublin-based ambient musician MMOTHS. Hassan Rahim and I shot around my childhood home in rural PA. It premiered on Stereogum, and Hassan and I did a short interview with Vice’s Creators Project about the video as well.
Just got back from an amazing shoot in El Jadida, Morocco, shooting a short virtual reality documentary on Operation Smile’s visit to the city to provide free surgery for cleft lip and palate patients. Filmed in 360 stereoscopic format with a 14-camera array.
All photos by Philip Odango.
I worked as cinematographer, editor and VFX artist on the video projection at the heart of the exhibit.
Really excited to be screening at the 30 Under 30 Film Festival this Friday in New York! Nice writeup on the festival from the Tribeca Film Institute here.
Friday, Sept 4th - Opening Night (Buy tickets here.)
The Tribeca Screening Room® is located in the Tribeca Film Center 375 Greenwich Street (between N. Moore & Franklin)
7:00 p.m. - Opening Remarks
7:10 p.m. – Shorts
• The Going Away Party - Connor Hurley (9min)
• b00 - Teresa Lu (16min)
• The Adventures of Jamel: Ep. 1 – Connecticut - Scott Ross (9min)
• Mannish Boy - Ryan Tonelli (14min)
• Tu. Yo. Baño. Sexo. Ahora - Francisco Lupini (17min)
8:20 p.m. – Feature
• Chasing Yesterday - Joseph Pernice (90min)
9:50 p.m. - Q&A with all filmmakers in attendance (all five will be there)
10:15 p.m. - Reception at Le Souk
510 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY 10012
Just finished directing and co-editing the third episode of Jayson Musson’s series The Adventures of Jamel: The Time Traveling B-Boy! This episode, “The Ocean Blue” is set in the Bronx in 1990 and in 15th century Spain. We shot in Philadelphia as always, in a South Philly apartment and at a 18th century bomb shelter at Fort Mifflin, which served as both the throne room and the dungeon thanks to the magical skills of our production designer Lenore Romas and cinematographer Zac Rubino. Enjoy!!