Hi there. Here's a collection of the films I've made. I love to explore humiliation, shame, and disappointment with as much humor, heart, and chair-squirms as I can inject. Hope you enjoy them!
Episode 1 - Pilot/nunzio
Doorman has a run-in with a wise guy in a shiny-new Camaro.
My first directing endeavor, this five-episode series was an Official Selection of the 2013 New York Televison Festival.
"Based on a popular blog about being a doorman and starring the author of that blog (an actual doorman), the pilot takes Louie’s 'all of this is happening to one guy' vibe and gives it a hotel setting that ties everything together nicely."
In the vein of current HBO hits "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "High Maintenance", "Flyering" follows the hardships of a determined actor, whose embarrassing experience on the set of his big break pushes him back into the world of "survival-jobbing". To make ends meet, he resorts to handing out flyers on the streets of New York City. This six-episode arc explores humanity, humiliation, and the relentless spirit of the struggling artist.
Episode 1 - "First mobile"
After getting fired from his big break, a determined actor resorts to handing out flyers on the streets of New York City while trying to redeem himself in the television world.
Episode 2 - "Shark Party Disaster"
Our Guy Auditions for "Dad-Bod #2"
Episode 3 - "Frankfurters and johnnycakes"
Our Guy comforts a new employee.
Directed by Chris Russell and Kevin Losani
Episode 4 - "Tell Your Agent about me"
Our Guy gets a taste of extreme flyering and an actor desperate for representation.
Episode 5 - "Anything else you'd like to see? Part 1"
Our Guy gets a visit from a blast from the past.
Brandon Scott Hudges
Episode 6 - "Anything Else You'd like to see? (Part 2) (New)
After a great audition, Our Guy is swiftly brought back to earth in the season finale.
A depressed man forms an unlikely bond with a phone sex operator during the COVID-19 lockdown in New York City.
Anna robot (Short)
Shot in two days with a budget of less than $1,000, this 15-minute short follows a heartbroken man as he picks up the pieces of his broken relationship with the help of his new Robotically Engineered Domestic Companion.