Career

  • MAIN PROJECT: “Saving For The Day” is finally finished! The film is a love letter to Missoula and features the talent of over 400 Montanans. It’s a multi-genre feature in the form of a modern-day Indiana Jones adventure. Check out the new trailer through the link above. It will be released in 2022.
  • TREASURE STATE STUDIOS: We are up and running! Check it out. We’re building a second stage in early 2022. Official announcement to come.
  • BACK BURNER: I co-wrote, directed, & will be scoring a short film called, “Bleach Bone.” Sound design, ADR, color, & score will begin very soon at Treasure State Studios. Watch the trailer HERE.
  • OTHER BACK BURNER: Post on another short, contemporary Western I wrote and directed called, “Bitterroot,” will begin after Bleach Bone is completed. This might be the best thing I’ve ever directed.
  • YET OTHER BACK BURNER: Post on a rock mockumentary I directed will begin in 2022. It’s called The Drummer Monk and has connections to some well known rock mockumentaries of the past.
  • ASPIRE MEDIA PROGRAM: The students screenplays are finished and pre-production has begun. The films will shoot in January. Learn more HERE
  • WRITING: I’m writing several unrelated short scripts to be shot as a part of the “Shoot Montana” Project. Right now I’m working on 80s style action-comedy. It’s John Carpenter’s “They Live” meets “E.T.” I’m also polishing some of my feature scripts.
  • LONG TERM: World building on my most ambitious project has been put on pause so I can finish the projects above. When I have a moment, taking advice from Neil Gaiman, I’ve been writing short stories set in this world to flesh it out. I hope to bring this futuristic Western world to the screen someday. If not, it’ll be a series of illustrated novels.

Personal

  • I’m enjoying the holiday season with my family in beautiful Missoula, Montana (above).
  • DadMode is in full effect. Our daughter speaks in phrases and sayings. Her current favorite is “Rock and roll, baby!”

Updated in December of 2021.

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