Interference now on Amazon Prime in the All Voices Film Festival


After an incredible festival run including a premiere at BAM Cinematek’s New Voices in Black Cinema and being chosen out of 4000 films to play the NBC/Universal Film Festival, Interference is now available on Amazon Prime as part of the Amazon’s inaugural All Voices Film Festival. Please swing by and check it out (free with Prime!) before June 24th and drop us a review if you love it!

This film took a small army to make and the performances are absolutely breath-taking (like truly, you might end up holding your breath at moments). It was a nonstop amazing experience bringing my script to life and directing this film.

NBCU Short Film Festival

FLOORED that Interference has been officially selected as one of 15 films in the NBCU Short Film Festival.  This incredible initiative aims to diversify the film and TV industries from the ground up, cultivate new talent and voices, and create a pipeline to bringing new artists into the NBC family.

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As a writer and director who has been making my living in film and TV production for four years now, it is so exciting to see a major network take meaningful steps to create a lasting change in our industry.  I cannot wait to meet all of the hard-working, committed people who make a festival like this possible, and to get to know the work of the other filmmakers who are sharing the lineup!

Check out the list of films here!

FREE tickets can be reserved for the NY screening (we screen Tuesday, August 14th) here!


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Man-Babies, the independent TV comedy pilot I produced (with Ruya Koman) and co-starred in (with Tyler Hollinger, Collin Smith, and Surina Jindal) won seven awards at NYC Independent Film Festival this weekend.  In the TV pilot category, we took home:


I also had the immense pleasure of participating in a panel hosted by Jeff Ayars about creating your own work with some of my personal heroes, Tyler Hollinger (creator of Man-Babies), Sonja O'Hara (creator of Doomsday, Astral, and many more shows), Michael Melamedroff (direcotr/producer of THE PROBLEM WITH APU), and Victor Cruz (BLUE BLOODS, creator of THE STOCK ROOM).  We had a wonderful time sharing our war stories with a packed house,  I absolutely love meeting and speaking with emerging filmmakers.  

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After an unbelievable premiere and some tears during our Q+A, I'm so pleased to announce that Home Street Home took the prize for Best Short Doc at Harlem Film Festival this weekend.  

I co-directed this film with Tyler Hollinger and co-produced with Phil Sullivan and Shane Duffy, our EP.  We are very grateful to Damian and his family for opening up to us and helping to destigmatize the homeless epidemic.  

Please stay up to date on our story and check out our trailer here!


Our team is over the moon to announce that our documentary, HOME STREET HOME, will receive its world premiere at the Harlem International Film Festival this Sunday May 6th at 5PM.  I had the good fortune of co-directing this film with Tyler Hollinger.  It was executive produced by Shane Duffy, and we had an absolutely incredible crew.

Synopsis: In 2015 Shane Duffy met a homeless man Damian 'Dean' Cummings. In an effort to directly help one man's life, Shane built a 'Hidden Home' disguised as a dumpster. Damian lived in this home for over a year on the streets of SOHO NYC and know one suspected otherwise. In 2017 the NYPD took Damian's home away after the NY POST broke the story, thus returning him to the streets. Now the duo is being threatened with 10 days of jail and a $500 fine.

Tickets to join us are available here!


Photo: Jamal Solomon.

Photo: Jamal Solomon.

I am honored to announce that "Interference," a short dramatic thriller I wrote, co-directed, and co-produced will receive its World Premiere on April 28th as part of BAMCinematek's New Voice in Black Cinema Festival.  

I had been trying to make this film for years.  Its script was shortlisted for many grants and awards including Nantucket Film Festival's Tony Cox/Showtime Screenwriting Award, ScreenCraft's Production Fund, WeScreenplay's Production Grant, and Hell's Half Mile's Pitch Fest.  Through the love and support of an incredible cast and crew, we were finally able to make this film a reality.  I am so extraordinarily proud of what we were able to accomplish and humbled to have directed such a talented group of people.  We are especially honored to have the opportunity to elevate the black artists that made this film what it is and sincerely hope you can join us at one of my absolute favorite theaters in New York!

Tickets are available here!


Photo: Krittin Patkuldilok

Photo: Krittin Patkuldilok

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The show is a half-hour comedy about a senior living facility in the Bronx.  It follows a nurse, who has just relocated from Kansas to New York, as she starts her new job working with a very lively group of senior residents (who are not above a little hazing).  However, her past may not be as far behind her as she thinks....

I am so in love with the incredible team that came together to make this pilot a reality-- especially our AMAZING cast, who brought it to life in ways I couldn't have dreamed possible.  They are such an inspiration, and I have SO MANY ideas for what will happen to them next!

You can check out some of the very cool press surrounding the show here:

Deadline Hollywood Review

Appearance on the Brian Lehrer Show

Cover Story - AM New York

Aphasia NOW AVAILABLE on Amazon Video

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Aphasia, a film I wrote, produced, and acted in, is now available on Amazon (and included with your Amazon Prime membership)!  Check it out here!

The film is a sci-fi drama about the consequences of relying on smart technology, and it premiered in 2015 as an Official Selection of Tribeca Film Festival.  It screened on United Airlines and at the Palm Springs Film Festival, Hell's Half Mile, Nighthawk Shorts Fest and Cinevana Istanbul.

Official Artist: NYTVF


It's been an amazing week at NYTVF!  I've learned so much from the good people at CAA, ICM, Warner Bros, HBO, FOX, Hulu, and more.  I owe a huge THANK YOU to Made in NY and NY MOME for inviting me to the festival as an Official Artist this year for my original comedy series, MATURITY (airing this January!)

The show is a half-hour comedy about a senior living facility in the Bronx.  We are putting the finishing touches on it this week.  Massive gratitude to our incredible post and creative teams who have been pouring their love into making this show the best it can possibly be, especially Jamie Zelermyer, my incredible EP who has been such a phenomenal collaborator and fearless leader!

COMPATIBILITY at Hell's Half Mile and Online!

Making COMPATIBILITY was an incredible experience form start to finish.  I was fortunate to have the chance to be directed by my fellow Tribeca Film Festival alum, Jack Marchetti; I worked for the very first time with my producing soul mate, Ruya Koman; and I finally had the chance to collaborate with artists I had wanted to work with for years.

The film recently made its world premiere as part of Hell's Half Mile Film Festival, where I had the pleasure of screening Aphasia a few years back.  This programming team and their audience are nothing by supportive and enthusiastic about independent film.  

The short asks "What would the world be like if your computer could tell you who your soulmate was?"  It is part of a larger feature which we are currently putting together, and it is now available online!   Check it out!

Writer/director: Jack Marchetti; starring John Kroft and Robin Rose Singer; produced by Robin Rose Singer and Ruya Koman; Director of Photography: Daniel Katz.

NO KICKS LEFT BEHIND Shortlisted for Fellowship

NO KICKS LEFT BEHIND, a feature I wrote with Lai Cheung, has been shortlisted for the Orb Media Group's China-Hollywood Screenwriting Fellowship.  The advisors for this program, which includes a cross-cultural trip to China, have brought to life some pretty massive films including the RUSH HOUR films, HACKSAW RIDGE, CORALINE, WAYNE'S WORLD, ROBOT & FRANK and many more, and we are so excited to have a chance to work with them.  

NO KICKS is a family-driven story centering around brother and sister martial artists, rebuilding their relationship after their father passes away suddenly.  This shortlist represents the top 8% of entries to the program.

More info here: