My directing work focuses on sociopolitical horror and sci-fi genre films. My three available feature films were partially funded via successful Kickstarter campaigns, had year-long festival runs, and were distributed on VOD, DVD, blu-ray, and VHS.



Blood of the Tribades

The Blood is the Life

Blood of the Tribades

- Press Kit

2000 years after the great vampire Bathor established the village of Bathory, superstition and religious violence take over as the men and women battle for control. When the men are afflicted with a mysterious illness, they become certain that the vampire women of Bathory are responsible for their ills, and thus, the hunt begins!

Long-forgotten lovers Élisabeth and Fantine find that, with the help of those who were banished, it is their fate to piece together the past and help preserve what little of their society remains before Bathor’s impending return and judgment.

Selected Reviews:

Selected Festival Awards:

  • Winner Best New England Film - Boston Underground Film Festival
  • Winner Best Acting Ensemble - Sanford International Film Festival
  • Winner Best Vampire Film, Winner Best '70s Throwback - Fantasmagorical Film Festival
  • Winner Best Score - Genreblast Film Festival
  • Winner Best Film - Imaginarium Film Festival
  • Winner Best Retro Feature - Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival

Distribution: Launch Over, LLC; Horrorpack limited-edition blu-ray release; SRS Cinema VHS Release

The Blood is the Life


A feature-length interview-style documentary with the cast and crew of Blood of the Tribades about the themes explored in the film and about the production.



- Press Kit

On December 31st, at 11:58:07 PM Coordinated Universal Time, Earth will have its atmosphere ripped to shreds by the largest directed coronal mass ejection in the history of the galaxy. These forces will shatter the protective layer on the once stable, life-sustaining planet in an instant. Everything we know will become nothing. Maybe it already has.

After failing in NYC, Alice grabs her mixtapes and returns to her desolate, rural hometown. There, she finds a job in an office located hundreds of feet underground, concealed beneath a sheep farm.

Alice must piece together her memories, her dreams, and the space-time continuum itself to find out why she is so essential to the preservation of all life on Earth.

Selected Reviews:

Selected Festival Awards:

  • Boston Underground Film Festival - World Premiere
  • Winner Best Sci-Fi Feature - Motor City Nightmares Film Festival
  • Winner Best Music and Score - Sanford International Film Festival
  • Winner Runner-up Best Sci-Fi - Horror Hotel
  • Winner Best Soundtrack and Honorable Mention: Sci-Fi Feature - Fantasmagorical
  • Winner Best Feature - From the Beyond
  • Winner Best Direction - Imaginarium

Distribution: Devolver (online), Wild-Eye (DVD Release)


- Press Kit

Ten women find themselves in a vacant mansion on Spektor Island in December, 1972. Each believes she's traveled to the house on business, but they all agree that something seems strange. For one thing, the entire house is full of pictures and statues of pigs.

The women all come from drastically different walks of life. None of them would have chosen to spend the night together in such an eerie place, but the last ferry for the mainland has just left, and a terrible storm is rolling in. Trying to make the best of an unpleasant situation, they raid the mansion's wine cellar and throw a party. As the night creeps on, however, it becomes clear that someone--or something--has arranged to get them in the house. It's not long before someone mentions that Spektor Island is supposed to be haunted. Of course, no one in the house believes in ghosts.

At least, not until the first murder.

What do an actress, a religious zealot, a renegade, a coed, a model, a singer, a medium, a real-estate investor, a historian, and a doctor have in common? None of them is who they seem. Yet, the fate of the entire world may rest in their hands.

Selected Press

Selected Festival Awards

  • World Premiere - Boston Underground Film Festival
  • Winner Best Actress (Porcelain Dalya) - Terror Con Film Festival
  • Nominated Best Cinematography - Scaare-A-Con

Distribution: BrinkVision


Weekend Vampire

Winner Best Comedy at the Flicks4Chicks Different Faces/Different Voices Film Festival as Selected by Women in Comedy


Hipster Ghost

Selected Women in Comedy Film Festival