Welcome to the Enclave premieres on NoBudge
March 2, 2023
NoBudge is a streaming platform for young & emerging filmmakers focused on low-budget cinema, DIY visions, alternative comedy, and film festival shorts. Their mission is to spotlight indie filmmakers and creators working without major industry connection and to serve as a discovery platform.
Wasting Time Youth Screening Tour in China
February 6 - 11, 2023
"How I Choose to Spend the Remainder of my Birthing Years" screened in Guangzhou, Beijing, Chengdu and Shanghai, China alongside the work of my long-time friend and collaborator, Masha Vlasova. The program was curated by Hanyu Hu. The screening qualified my film for the Chinese IMDB!
GHOST Music Video for New Model Homes
December 26, 2022
I made a music video for a visual ablum by New Model Homes, which is a collaboration of Nyasha Chiundiza, Josh Druckman, Peter Katis, Chris Ruggiero, Masa Tsuyuki, and Tim Walsh. The album is available on 7" or listen on Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, and Youtube.
Honorable Mention at the IN OUT Film Festival
December 3 - 4, 2022
"How I Choose to Spend the Remainder of my Birthing Years" won an Honorable Mention at the IN OUT Film Festival at Łaźnia Center for Contemporary Art in Gdańsk, Poland.
Review from Visions in the Nunnery by Dave Andrews
December 3, 2022
"How I Choose to Spend the Remainder of my Birthing Years" was reviewed by Dave Andrews, a London-based art critic, for its inclusion in Visions in the Nunnery Programme 2 at Bow Arts.
Visions in the Nunnery Programme 2 at Bow Arts in London
November 11 - December 18, 2022
"How I Choose to Spend the Remainder of my Birthing Years" was curated into Visions in the Nunnery Programme 2 at Bow Arts in London, England by curators Webb-Ellis.
The Fuel and Lumber Company Presents: 8 at Laney Contemporary
November 4 - January 14, 2022
The Imagemaker was curated by Pete Schulte and Amy Pleasant into the group exhibition The Fuel and Lumber Company Presents: 8 at Laney Contemporary in Savannah, Georgia.
25 FPS Festival in Zagreb, Croatia
September 21 - 24, 2022
"How I Choose to Spend the Remainder of my Birthing Years" was an official selection of the 25 FPS 18th International Experimental Film and Video Festival in Zagreb, Croatia and screened at Kinoteka Cinema alongside César Award-winning filmmaker and my former mentor, Elisabeth Subrin.
Interview with Burb Contemporary on Spotify
October 26, 2022
Alex Rambler, one of two halves of the Burb Contemporary gallery in Sacramento, California, interviews me about my show The Enclave, a 34 minute looped installation version of Welcome to the Enclave. We discuss the baggage we bring with us to the Metaverse, the intricacies of internet trolling, and the digital artifact (normals) as a metaphor for whiteness.
Feature in Southwest Contemporary Magazine
April 30, 2021
Southwest Contemporary is the leading resource for contemporary arts and culture in the Southwest. The magazine featured a profile of my work in both the online and print edition of Vol. 2 Flights of Fancy.
Interview for The Casserole Series
August 2, 2020
An interview with Colleen Pesci for The Casserole Series, a place for artists to showcase their experiments. We discuss Patrick Swayze, quarantine, and my mom's Johnny Mosetta Casserole.
Cover of Women Cinemakers Magazine
November 7, 2017
My work was featured in and on the cover of Women Cinemakers magazine for the special edition, volume 8 publication. A must-read for indie filmmakers since 2012, Independent's Women Cinema is an annual anthology featuring the most outstanding women filmmakers on the current scene. Independent's Women Cinema covers news and events of interest to independent filmmakers, including distribution and grants, reports from the Cannes Film Festival, interviews and a special section dedicated to the future of the film industry.
Publication for All Byte: Feminist Intersections in Video Art
April 9 - July 10, 2016
All Byte: Feminist Intersections in Video Art is a group show that features emerging artists whose videos ask the viewer to, among other things, explore matrixes of power and to listen across difference. This original exhibition is an interdisciplinary collaboration and is co-curated by the Program Director of Sacred Heart University’s Film and Television Masters school, Justin Liberman; Director of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Connecticut-Stamford, Ingrid Semaan; and Franklin Street Works’ Creative Director, Terri C Smith.