Films & videos

As Strong As The Weakest Link

As Strong As The Weakest Link challenges the citizens of Los Angeles to examine the Homeless epidemic that plagues LA and if they care or not?

Breakfast in tennessee

(Inspired by the Andy Warhol Whopper Burger Film)

The Duality of the Human Condition (The Other Side Of Love)

Poet James Smith discovered his ex-finance and the mother of his child slept with another man.  To show her he’s not jealous and angry he asks her to take a day off from work to be his muse in a film featuring poems of love, passion and adoration from his upcoming book.

ONE SIDED CONVERSATIONS

A group of friends and strangers reflect and reveal where it all went wrong and what's weighing heavy on them at the moment.

The Duality of the Human Condition (A Deer In Headlights)

The Duality of the Human Condition (A Deer In Headlights) explores and exposes the inner most thoughts and fears of the poet James Smith as he articulates the pain and suffering of love lost.


Communication Breakdown

What happened to talking to another person? Cell phones have become the new cigarette the new pacifier for an entire generation. Young people (Generation Y) are addicted to communication in the form of text messages. No one contemplates or holds an independent thought any longer.


New Orleans Contemporary Art Post Katrina (Part 1)

New Orleans Contemporary Art Post Katrina (Part 2)


(Case Number 005) Video Segment 6: Kid Tap Dancing


(Case Number 004) Video Segment 5: Beggars on Street


(Case Number 003) Video Segment 4: Watching Television


(Case Number 002) Video Segment 3: Thaddeus


(Case Number 001) Video Segment 2: Stalker


(Case Number 000) Video Segment 1: Transvestite


Nightbirds


The waiting room

THIS IS AMERIKA (My Reality) 

The Duality of the Human Condition (To Live & Die In LA)

The Duality of the Human Condition (To Live & Die In LA) is based on the poems of Poet James Smith. Filmed entirely in Los Angeles the poet takes us on a journey of self-discovery, self-hate and self-pity.  To enter the gates of Heaven first a man must walk through Hell.