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Boston Asian American Film Festival Screening


arah Zia Ebrahimi and Lindsey Martin’s animated short, “The FBI Blew Up My Ice Saktes,” which I scored and sound designed, will be playing at the Bright Family Screening Room at Paramount Center in Boston at 3:15pm today as part of The Boston Asian American Film Festival.

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Squatters’ Rites


So, my pal, comic artist and homeowner Liz Prince, made the trip to Boston from the snowy hinterlands of Portland, Maine a few weeks ago and landed in my living room for a hang/screening of Gremlins.

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Philly Your Summer Up With Great Videos

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Anatomy of a Fun-rangement


Today, I’m releasing the EP Domain Vol. 2 (Electronic Fun-rangements of Civil War Songs), my second and probably/maybe final EP of Civil War songs.

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#CIFF41


The FBI Blew Up My Ice Skates, a short, animated film I worked on last year (scoring and sound design), co-directed by Sara Zia Ebrahimi and Lindsey Martin, is screening as part of the “Ohio Shorts Program 2″ at the Cleveland International Film Festival this week.

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Life on the Farm


I made the music for this loving, short video documenting the people and activities at one of Zeno Mountain Farm’s special week-long camp events.

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The Chosin One

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This Tuesday, November 1st, The Battle of Chosin premiers on American Experience | PBS. The score was beautifully crafted by P. Andrew Willis with score-preparation duties split between the one and only Rob Jaret and me. Check out the first chapter [...]
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EP Number 3


Today, I’m releasing the third EP in what has been a July of EP releases.

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Two New EPs


Today, I’m releasing two companion-EPs into the world.

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Let’s Talk About Love


I think it’s fair to say that each of us can look back on our childhood(s) and remember times when we did our dang best to make sense of something, but, due to our limited understanding and experience with the world, just couldn’t put the pieces together correctly.