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“To be awarded to one or more Rooftop Films alumni filmmakers to help them to complete a short film that communicates the power of hope, collaboration and togetherness to make positive change. ” -Rooftop Films

Wow. Welp.  I just got awarded a grant from the wonderful Rooftop Films, thank you! I will be making a short doc about my mother, Susan Frost and what she does for a living. She’s an ocularist, she makes artificial eyes, meaning she hand sculpts, paints and molds the eye for her patients. It’s intimate. It’s emotional and she literally changes the patients life. I cannot wait to make this film and am thankful my mom is down to make it as well! Thank goodness for artists as parents! YAY!

Variety post:

Rooftop Films Announces Filmmakers Fund Grant Winners

Rooftop post:

https://www.rooftopfilms.com/filmmakers-fund-grantees/

 

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We produced my favorite episode this week of How It Went Down featuring Sam Smith. The animation reflects the background and what he is talking about: breakups, heartbreak, choirs, music and flowers! I absolutely loved working on this and want to explore more visual pieces like this. If you didn’t know, we produce an episode a WEEK! YES, a week! I know, we are fab. It could not be done without the fabulously talented Billboard crew, THANK YOU!

I had the pleasure of directing Bella Thorne and Prince Fox at Billboard for a segment. Heck I even got to quickly design the background for them. There might be a flamingo somewhere? They were super sweet, hilarious and great to work with annnnd fashionably appareled. We worked well together and boy do they have a story for you! STAY TUNED. XO

 

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I was interviewed by PBS about filmmaking and more! Featuring my films HALLWAY and I Love You So Much . Film date…December??

So proud to be back, Rhode Island!

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I had the pleasure of directing another spot for CNBC’s Money Lab. Thank you CNBC, the wonderful team, my producers and really just everyone, especially Anne Wojcicki. 23 and me!

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/05/anne-wojcicki-you-dont-have-to-be-a-genius-to-make-valuable-contributions-to-science.html