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6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Atheism, and very serious about it
Cancer, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from two-year college
Art / Music / Writing
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Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
English (Fluently), Sign Language (Poorly), Tagalog (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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I'm a Seattle based filmmaker and photographer.

I moved here from Hawaii where I was serving as cinematographer on a documentary, I was born in the Baltimore, MD area -- I've been living in Seattle for two years now.

I'm a cynical being looking for someone who hates everything that I hate.

Falling asleep to marx bros. is my most calming.
What I’m doing with my life
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Filmmaker and artist, working towards that. Installation work, documentary, and abstract film mainly.

For fun I study Iranian and Filipino cinema.

I'm also writing two books.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Most things with cameras and a few vegetarian dishes. &&& too much information on films.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Tall and quiet.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Art and taste are both important to me. I like seeing when taste and ideals line up: political, social, and personal.

I know what I put into my own work, so I seek other artists who put similar into theirs.

Current Favorites:

Books -
Rilke, Kafka, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Susan Sontag, Orwell, Pynchon, Jeffery Brown, Forough Farrokhzad, Bukowski, Ezra Pound, Barthes, Yukio Mishima and Christopher Hitchens

and the Oyasumi Punpun Series

Movies -
The Only Son - dir. Yasujiro Ozu
Monsieur Verdoux- dir. Charles Chaplin
The Act of Seeing With Own’s Own Eyes - dir. Stan Brakhage
Charulata - dir. Satyajit Ray
Weather Diary 1 - dir. George Kuchar
The Hole - dir. Tsai Ming Liang
Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom - dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini
Love Streams - dir. John Cassavetes
Portrait of Jason - dir. Shirley Clarke
Himala - dir. Ishmael Bernal
Ali Fear Eats the Soul - dir. Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles - dir. Chantal Akerman
Living - dir. Frans Zwartjes
The Face of Another - dir. Hiroshi Teshigahara
To Be or Not To Be - dir. Ernst Lubitsch
Even Dwarfs Started Small - dir. Werner Herzog
Killer of Sheep - dir Charles Burnett
The Wind Will Carry Us - dir Abbas Kiraostami
The Color of Pomegranates - dir Sergei Parajanov

and lately I've been watching a lot of Lubitsch and Cocteau's Beauty and the Beast on repeat.

Shows -
The Twilight Zone, The State, Louie, Curb Your Enthusiasm, An Idiot Abroad, Stella, Black Books, No Reservations, Peep Show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Pokemon, Mr Show

Music -
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground
Sun City Girls - Dante’s Disneyland Inferno
Leonard Cohen - Songs of Love and Hate
Kaoru Abe - Gloomy Sunday
The Fall- Hex Enduction Hour
Swans - Children of God
Joy Division - Closer
Sun Ra - Outer Spaceways Incorporated
The Magnetic Fields- 69 Love Songs
Jeff Rosenstock - I Look Like Shit

and lots of Japanese Thrash and Hardcore

Other Art -
Diane Arbus, Rembrandt, Man Ray, Sebastiao Salgado, James Turrell, Xie Nanxing, Gerhard Richter, Sally Mann, Anselm Kiefer, John Cage, Ai Weiwei

Korean, Mexican, Indian, Filipino, Raw.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I can do without anything... things I like having around though are coffee, journals and pens, my 3DS, my friends, and films/books.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
“As you well know it was God who created this Earth and everything on it. And he thought it was all great. All painters and poets and musicians sang and celebrated the creation and that was all OK. But not for real. Something was missing. So about 100 years ago God decided to create the motion picture camera. And he did so. And then he created a filmmaker and said, “Now here is an instrument called the motion picture camera. Go and film and celebrate the beauty of the creation and the dreams of human spirit, and have fun with it.”

But the devil did not like that. So he placed a money bag in front of the camera and said to the filmmakers, ‘Why do you want to celebrate the beauty of the world and the spirit of it if you can make money with this instrument?” And, believe it or not, all the filmmakers ran after the money bag. The Lord realized he had made a mistake. So, some 25 years later, to correct his mistake, God created independent avant-garde filmmakers and said, “Here is the camera. Take it and go into the world and sing the beauty of all creation, and have fun with it. But you will have a difficult time doing it, and you will never make any money with this instrument.”

Thus spoke the Lord to Viking Eggeling, Germaine Dulac, Jean Epstein, Fernand Leger, Dmitri Kirsanoff, Marcel Duchamp, Hans Richter, Luis Bunuel, Man Ray, Cavalcanti, Jean Cocteau, and Maya Deren, and Sidney Peterson, and Kenneth Anger, Gregory Markopoulos, Stan Brakhage, Marie Menken, Bruce Baillie, Francis Lee, Harry Smith and Jack Smith and Ken Jacobs, Ernie Gehr, Ron Rice, Michael Snow, Joseph Cornell, Peter Kubelka, Hollis Frampton and Barbara Rubin, Paul Sharits, Robert Beavers, Christopher McLaine, and Kurt Kren, Robert Breer, Dore O, Isidore Isou, Antonio De Bernardi, Maurice Lemaitre, and Bruce Conner, and Klaus Wyborny, Boris Lehman, Bruce Elder, Taka Iimura, Abigail Child, Andrew Noren and too many others. Many others all over the world. And they took their Bolexs and their little 8mm and Super 8 cameras and began filming the beauty of this world, and the complex adventures of the human spirit, and they’re having great fun doing it. And the films bring no money and do not do what’s called useful.

And the museums all over the world are celebrating the one-hundredth anniversary of cinema, costing them millions of dollars the cinema makes, all going gaga about their Hollywoods. But there is no mention of the avant-garde or the independents of our cinema.

I have seen the brochures, the programs of the museums and archives and cinematheques around the world. But these say, “we don’t care about your cinema.” In the times of bigness, spectaculars, one hundred million dollar movie productions, I want to speak for the small, invisible acts of human spirit: so subtle, so small, that they die when brought out under the Klieg lights. I want to celebrate the small forms of cinema: the lyrical form, the poem, the watercolor, etude, sketch, portrait, arabesque, and bagatelle, and little 8mm songs. In the times when everybody wants to succeed and sell, I want to celebrate those who embrace social and daily failure to pursue the invisible, the personal things that bring no money and no bread and make no contemporary history, art history or any other history. I am for art which we do for each other, as friends.

I am standing in the middle of the information highway and laughing, because a butterfly on a little flower somewhere in China just fluttered its wings, and I know that the entire history, culture will drastically change because of that fluttering. A Super 8mm camera just made a little soft buzz somewhere, somewhere on the lower east side of New York, and the world will never be the same.

The real history of cinema is invisible history: history of friends getting together, doing the thing they love. For us, the cinema is beginning with every new buzz of the projector, with every new buzz of our cameras. With every new buzz of our cameras, our hearts jump forward my friends."

- Jonas Mekas
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
at a cafe craftying on a new script, documentary prep work, or reading.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm the only person in Seattle who doesn't care at all for Wes Anderson's films or Macklemore's music (so it feels)
You should message me if
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You'd watch Sans Soliel on repeat...

want to talk art film...

looking to collaborate...

compare top of the year lists for film and music in 2014..

you own more black and white peter pan collar dresses then you feel comfortable admitting...

If you want to geek out about Jeff Rosenstock of Bomb the Music Industry! or something else, i love geeking out.

or for whatever reason.