I created these projects as part of my coursework at Fitchburg State University.
When a single young woman moves in across the street, 50-year-old busybody Dorothy Johnson takes it upon herself to monitor the unusual activity at her new neighbor's house.
This is officially my first short film. I wrote and directed Free Time for the Intermediate Film/Video Production class at Fitchburg State University in 2013.
Life Through a Lens
This film is my final project for the Cinematography class at Fitchburg State University. I spent five days shooting footage and then tried to find a way to edit the footage together to tell a story with some great music. Music credits: Zaz, Frank Sinatra, and Storm Large.
Memories of My Father: Robert Cormier
This film was a 4- to 6-minute nonfiction project for the Intro to Film class. I converted home movies and old interviews from VHS to use, along with interviews with Pete Cormier in Bob Cormier's office. I also included some photos obtained from the Fitchburg State University Library -- Robert Cormier Special Collection.