When a nasty detective preys on a broken woman, she must learn to stand up for herself, before it is too late.
"Shot with almost no budget, I tried to focus on the basics of storytelling.”
A young cop answers a call about an abandoned house and investigates its troubled past.
"Shot in only two days with an Indiegogo raised budget of $5,000, this short was an amazing learning experience for myself and my crew."
The College Application process is a stressful time in many student's lives. Told through 4 different chapters, The Process follows three high-school seniors as they apply to their dream colleges. They have worked so hard, but will they succeed?
"My hope for this documentary was the educate the audience about the college process in general, and hopefully give some insight into students who will eventually go through the process. Personally following the 3 students myself through all these months, I learned a lot."
We learn history with the hope to never have it repeated, but what happens when certain history is not taught?
Save Kessab is a documentary about the history of the Forgotten Genocide of the Armenians, and its role in todays society. Because of lack of awareness, last year Turkish rebels and Al Qaeda attacked the town of Kessab, Syria. This attack went unnoticed by media across the world, however those who knew of the attack feared of history repeating itself. Recently, Pope Francis publicly acknowledged the Armenian Genocide, making it one step closer to no longer being forgotten. However, to this day, the Turkish Government, the culprits of the Armenian Genocide, denies its existence. April 24th, 2015 will mark the 100 year centennial of the Genocide.
"Save Kessab is a documentary I made that is very close to me. Starring my grandfather, Save Kessab tells the story of my family's hometown and the remembrance of the Armenian Genocide. I started this documentary in my first year of high school, and took a whole entire year to finish."