Artist Archive

Slovenia On My Mind

June 22, 2018

Slovenia On My Mind   To anyone born during the Cold War, the crossing seemed like a secret door between worlds. The train stops at the border. The passengers must step off. The sleepy station features low yellow stucco buildings with red tile roofs – something I learn later is a legacy of the Austro-Hungarian […]

2018 | Uncategorized


January 4, 2018

As if to assure the world that his first year of collusion, coverup, racist utterings and sabre rattling were not an aberration Donald Trump’s latest tweet is an explicit embrace of nuclear war and its destructive potential. Puerile size comparison aside, nuclear war is not a pissing contest. While the deaths in Nagasaki and Hiroshima […]

2018 | Uncategorized

Codes + Modes Symposium Coming Up!

March 7, 2017

The Hunter Integrated Media Arts MFA Program is sponsoring Codes + Modes: Reframing Reality, Virtuality and Non-fiction Media.  I’ve been working hard with colleagues Andrew Demirjian and Heidi Boisvert (NYC College of Technology) on what should be an exciting event.  Join us for a stellar line up of curated talks, panels & a performance & […]

2017 | Uncategorized

Hiroshima Bound @ Filmette Film Festival

November 12, 2016

I’m pleased to announce that Hiroshima Bound will be screening at the inaugural Filmette Film Festival at Harvestworks on Sunday, November 20th at 4PM. I hope you can join us for this screening, one which looks to be a fairly rare opportunity to see the film here in New York. The link is: WHEN: Sunday, […]

2016 | Uncategorized

Hiroshima Bound at Roosevelt House

September 15, 2016

I am pleased to announce that my film Hiroshima Bound will be screening at Hunter College’s Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute under the auspices of the Hunter Human Rights Program. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Professor Yukiko Koga from the Hunter College Department of Anthropology. This is an RSVP event. If you […]

2016 | Uncategorized

Following the North Star: Kim Jong Un and modernist missile aesthetics

June 20, 2016

North Korean “Pole Star” submarine-launched ballistic missile, April, 2016.   ROCKET DEJA VU The latest missile launching from North Korea, which took place in April, was announced actually, belatedly, to distract from the flopped launch of another missile. The missile shown in the video provided by the North Korean government was fired from a submarine. […]

2016 | Uncategorized

War Means Not Having to Say You’re Sorry

May 26, 2016

  Vietnamese crowds cheer Obama (May 24th, White House Photo, Pete Souza)   As President Obama tours the Far East, he is attempting to recast history in light of new geopolitical realities on a number of fronts. In Vietnam he announced that the US will end an arms embargo that is a vestige of the […]

2016 | Uncategorized

Hiroshima Bound Screens at UnionDocs

March 12, 2016

I am happy to announce that Hiroshima Bound will have its first screening in the New York area at Union Docs in Williamsburg. The date is March 24th. The time is 7:30PM. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Reiko Tahara and Jason Fox. For more, see:

2016 | Uncategorized


March 8, 2016

    I am happy to announce that the trailer for Hiroshima Bound is now online.  Editing by the admirable Steve MacFarlane.  

2016 | Uncategorized

The Definitive Doc Textbook!

October 28, 2015

I am happy to announce that Documentary Voice & Vision, a new documentary text book by Kelly Anderson and myself, with Mick Hurbis-Cherrier, is due out Spring 2016, all 25 chapters!  If you are interested in getting a review copy, Focal has it up on their website.  Despite the header, there is no such thing […]

2015 | Uncategorized