Currently in post-production, Know How is a narrative feature film I wrote and directed about the lives of five foster care youth in NYC. Every year, a non-profit called the Possibility Project, casts a group of foster care teenagers in a musical they write and perform in about their own difficult lives. They come together for one year to share their stories. They learn to create change for themselves, and their communities.
In 2010 I co-wrote and directed my second motion picture, a collaboration with foster care youth written and acted by them about their lives. That same year I founded White Roof Project, a non-profit focused on curbing climate change by painting black rooftops with energy saving reflective white paint. In 2006 I directed and edited Second Skin, a critically acclaimed feature length documentary about online gaming. It premiered at SXSW 2008 on opening night, was released theatrically and on Hulu simultaneously in 2009, and distributed on DVD.