I love documenting and collaborating with artists.
Scaped Senses Tami Merrick & Nicola Parente
Scaped Senses Tami Merrick & Nicola Parente Winners of the Houston Art Alliance Individual Artist Grant, Tami Merrick and Nicola Parente share more about their installation, Scaped Senses.
A Beautiful Dying
Molly McLaughlin's mother, Nancy, died in the fall of 2014. A Beautiful Dying is an original musical ceremony honoring the lessons of light and love received on her journey through grief. www.mollymclaughlin.com Visit https://vimeo.com/album/4621694 for the musical performance.
Artist Minnie Valero travels the world with sketchbook in hand. www.minnievaleroart.com
Echo is a mixed media installation composed of images on panels of silk organza. The pieces are depictions of a former lead mining town in Oklahoma. The ghost town revealed in Echo was once declared by the EPA to be one of the most toxic towns in America. Learn more about this project by Sabrina Staires at echoproject.org
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 with Chinese Dancing Artist
A collaboration between myself and artist, Xu Yun, while at the Hungarian Multicultural Center's Artist in Residence.
A collaboration with artist Hector Cassanova, performance artist, Amie, and myself. Music by American Catastrophe.
Serial Killers, Swingers, and Boy Scouts
Artist Lori Raye Erickson describes her work around serial killers, swingers, and boy scouts. Music by Cheri Lou.
The Little People Bit
1.5 minute excerpt from 35-minute video. Commissioned by dancer and choreographer, Maura Michelle Garcia. A video interpretation and documentation of Garcia’s, The Little People, "a tale of the fairies of Cherokee country, and about having, losing and reclaiming traditional beliefs and a conscious Native identity."
Assembling Pancho Villa
Kansas City artist, Doug Schwietert, assembles Pancho Villa with motors, paint, odds and ends.
Mottly and his art.
My work educates and enlightens others around lgbt issues.
OUT HERE NOW Trailer 2015
I edited the trailer for Out Here Now, Kansas City's LGBT Film Festival.
A day in the life of two lovers.
Candy Apple Red
Written & Directed by Todd Norris. Starring Sharon Wright and Lisa Marie Evans
the same, but different - trailer
The Same But Different xplores the various life roles of four transgender individuals in the midwest; including a fundamentalist transexual christian anarchist; a catholic republican; your average single guy; a comedienne and parent of two. Claven, Andrea, Nicole and Jaron invite us into their reality, allowing us to see the similarities we share.
The Same, But Different - Entire feature film
The Same But Different explores the various life roles of four transgender individuals in the midwest; including a fundamentalist transexual christian anarchist; a catholic republican; your average single guy; a comedienne and parent of two. Claven, Andrea, Nicole and Jaron invite us into their reality, allowing us to see the similarities we share.
When You Knew
Trailer from the 30-minute documentary commissioned by the KC Gay + Lesbian Film & Video Festival. Kansas City individuals tell their stories of when they first knew they were different from the other boys & girls.
the whole person
I have the pleasure of working often with an amazing organization, The Whole Person. Find out more at www.thewholeperson.org
The Whole Person Building Community
The Whole Person builds community. Find out more at www.thewholeperson.org
TWP Celebration Awards - Save the Date - Friday, August 26, 2016
The Whole Person's 2016 Celebration Awards Luncheon - SAVE THE DATE video.
Sally Firestone, The Paul H. Levy Founders Award from The Whole Person 2016
Adam Lane, Individuate Contribution Award for The Whole Person 2016
Christine Boutros with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Christine Boutros with The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, The Corporate/Organization Award from The Whole Person 2016
Le Gave de Cauterets
Exploring the beauty of the gave whilst participating in an Artist's Residency in Cauterets, France. (Installation)
OutWrite, animation excerpt
This 40 minute documentary told the stories of three gay playwrights in Kansas City, MO. A native american folklore was animated throughout the film. This is an excerpt of that animation.
A day in the life of two lovers.
The Real World is Full of Dummies
Created for the One Night Stand Film Festival where teams have 10 hours to complete a short film to screen for the festival that evening. At 9am an object, theme and line of dialogue are chosen from a hat. You have until 7pm to create a film including all three.