“On screen and in person Nick Bixby is particularly affecting as a weary police officer whose work puts a strain on his marriage…”
Jason Zinoman, New York Times, 2012
Sole Proprietor was my second time working with Dan Eberle (Director, Writer, Actor) and James Parsons (DP). This was such a blast to do. Greer was such a great fucked up dude to play. So much fun. My favorite time was our shoot in PA to film the climactic end. We had 4 great days in the middle of nowhere making a movie. It was camp, with awesome people busting their butts trying to make something cool.
Sole Proprietor on IMDB.
It was awesome to work with Bill Cusick on our second feature together. We spent a bunch of great years together working with the theater group Temporary Distortion. But working in this capacity with Bill is where it was really at.
Pics featured (above) are a couple behind the scene shots with the character listed as “the musician”. Shooting on this set, on a tiny makeshift sound stage in Queens were some of my favorite days on Pop Meets the Void. “The musician” is 1 of 3 characters I play in this picture. And this is nothing! Get ready for the KISS/Morrisey/TRUST inspired Drag Karaoke intermission scene!
Pop Meets the Void on IMDB.
Here Jack tries to find out where his 3 year old’s allegiance lie when it comes to ROCK! Slaaaaaaaaaaayer!
Ship Happens on IMDB.
Edible Souls on IMDB.
“Have you ever wondered what would happen if Gregory Crewdson, Sam Shepard, and Cory McAbee took mescaline at a roadside motel and got freaky with a video camera?”…….Don’t over think things. Simply follow these instructions:
— Shut out the world
— Turn off the lights
— Turn up the speakers
— Press play
— Bonus: if you want to smoke something beforehand, well, that honestly might not be a bad idea”
Approaching Assemblage Nov 20, 2011
by Caitlin S
“Newyorkland aims to address the subject of police work and more explicitly to examine the experiences of those who serve…..The successes of Newyorkland, and there are many including the sound design and a core of quiet, desperately, beautiful performances, reminded me that our tools are unmatched in their poetic ability to uproot and unsettle and that in this moment, we must demand nothing less.”
A performance by Temporary Distortion. Filmed by OntheBoards.tv