1. February 24, 2014

    Gasland Video of the Week: In New York there are Six Nations Against Fracking

    While California faces crazy droughts, coal ash spills into North Carolina’s rivers and dangerous chemicals have poisoned water in West Virginia, the moratorium against toxic hydro-fracking goes into a fourth year in New York state.

    Born and raised in Queens my water is still safe to drink. So who’s been fighting against multi-billion dollar gas companies since the beginning?

    - See more at: http://blog.gaslandthemovie.com/?p=503#sthash.fOQ99fQa.dpuf


  2. "Water Got No Enemy" ~ by The Peace Poets

    New Music Video shot, edited and directed by Messiah Rhodes, featuring Frank Graham father of Ramarley Graham.

    Water Got No Enemy is off of The Peace Poets’ new album, “State of the Art.”

    Check out more dopeness on http://www.thepeacepoets.com.

  3. doubledaybooks:

    A beautiful trailer for ON THE COME UP by Hannah Weyer.

    New Book Trailer I shot and edited. Check it Out. Shout out to Anna Simpson for sharing her story, Faustino Vidal—and to Ashlee Blake for narrating.

  4. New ROUGH CUT of short film I have been directing, writing and editing for about three years off and on called :


     RUN TIME 8 min 40 seconds


    In the future the minds of people are controlled and monitored, a battered woman addicted to an illegal new drug must escape the grasp of the thought police, a chase that will blur the line between fantasy and reality for forever for all.

    "Thoughtcrime was not a thing that could be concealed forever. You might dodge successfully for a while, even for years, but sooner or later they were bound to get you."
    George Orwell - 1984

    Currently working on sound design and advanced visual effects. Anyone want to help with critique or material aid. Hit me up. 

    This project has been an collaborative effort. 


    In the aftermath of the hurricane, volunteers mobilized to provide aid to Rockaway residents. Twelve hundred and fifty one surveys were collected from residents living in Far Rockaways.

    In the last two weeks of December, New York Communities for Change organizers called and visited a sample of the initial survey takers to assess the current habitability situation, two months after Hurricane Sandy hit.

    The results document a clear failure by the Bloomberg administration to solve several problems of habitability, including electricity, heat, wet sheetrock removal and mold remediation.

    A significant number of Rockaway residents have still not returned to their homes. And for those that have been lucky enough to return home, things are still not back to normal.


  6. The Undercurrent: Hedges v. Obama, NDAA Part 1

    Recent On-Location cinematography for Lauren Windsor and The Young Turks.

  7. TOLD BY:





    PETITION: bit.ly/Q7TLUo


    “Tamon Robinson, 27, was allegedly spotted by NYPD around 5:30 AM on April 12th stealing cobblestones from the Bay View Houses, a public housing complex in.
    Robinson, the police reported, ran to his mother’s building after being spotted. The police, two officers on foot and others in a patrol car, then chased him onto the sidewalk to cut off his escape.
    Despite reports from two eyewitnesses who saw Robinson cornered and then struck by the car, the police maintain that he ran into the car.
    Police at the scene pulled Robinson from under the car, yelling ‘Wake up! Wake up!’ before bouncing him off the hood of the car.”
    The NYPD now says it is investigating its officer’s role in Mr. Robinson’s death.
    How many Mothers will have to bury their sons before we stand up for Justice?
    Justice For Tamon, Justice For Them All!”

    SIGN PETITION: “We want the 69th Precinct to be held accountable for their actions”
    FACEBOOK: facebook.com/JusticeForTamonRobinson


  9. Check out New York Film and Photo League we are getting up and running at the blessings of the original New York Photo League. 

    Stay tuned for more details.  

  10. “On May 1st 2012, a coalition of students and faculty from Brooklyn College, Columbia University, the CUNY Graduate Center, Eugene Lang College, Hunter College, New School for Social Research, New York University, the Occupy University, and Princeton University collaborated to produce a “collective educational experiment”.

    This day-long Free University is a form of an education strike in which we, a city-wide coalition of students and faculty, simultaneously withdraw our labor from an increasingly privatized, securitized, and exploitative educational system and redirect our energies towards a vision of what education could be.”

    Want to get involved in the Free University?

    Twitter: Follow @FreeUnivNYC #FreeU