Art Basel Switzerland by Travis Purrington

by Travis Purrington, 2014


Closing Time, Short Film by Brian De Vore

12 min.

A romantic short set in the rainy streets of Amsterdam. Starring Pepijn Schoneveld and Loek Beernink

Written and directed by Brian De Vore


Jhené Aiko "Mirrors"

directed by Topshelf Junior.

Shaping History, Shaping Tomorrow by Tim White

An intense, lightning fast experience of Tokyo - highlighting the many contrasts of Japanese society; in the young and old, traditional and contemporary, fast and slow, east and west. Combining stop motion and live action footage into a breathtaking journey a foreigner's time in the city. From the neon lit streets to the zen gardens, cute kids to graceful elderly folk, sumo to baseball, Buddha to Gundam. Hundreds of shots were intricately cut together into this two and a half minute epic. .

Keio University

Vimeo: Tim White


Health: Tears

Director: David Altobelli, Jeff Desom
Producer: Sarah Park, Richard Kim
Production Co.: The Directors Bureau
Exec. Producer: Sue Yeon Ahn
Editor: Luke Lynch
DP: Larkin Seiple
PD: Jason Kisvarday
Costume Designer: Laura Francis
Makeup Artist: Cici Anderson
Colorist: Sean Coleman @ Company 3
Thanks: The Creator's Project


The Hotel Haunting: Brittany Markert


Selected stills from " The Hotel Haunting"  

P h o t o g r a p h e r - Brittany Markert |  

M o d e l - Sarah Abney 

M U A | H a i r - Joshua Conover @ Look SF 

V i d e o g r a p h e r | E d i t o r - Golbon Eghtedari |

Produced by Brittany Markert Clothing provided by Thrifted and Modern |


As I Am: Alan Spearman

Chris Dean’s heart stopped when he was two. He died but he came back. When Chris was five, his father was murdered, riddled by more than 20 bullets in a gang shootout. At age 18, Chris gained national attention when he introduced President Barack Obama at his high school graduation. Chris is an observer and philosopher who has always had a few things to say about life from his vantage point in South Memphis. He and Emmy-Award winning filmmaker Alan Spearman walked the neighborhood for eight weeks observing and recording what became the script of As I Am. This film floats through this remarkable young man's landscape, revealing the lives that have shaped his world. Poetic and powerful imagery, captured by Spearman and cinematographer Mark Adams, combines with the young philosopher’s trenchant observations about life.


Indian Point of View by Stanislas Giroux