Year: 2007

Slamdance Me Softly

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Yes that’s right! Softly has been selected to screen at the Slamdance Film Festival! In case you need me to openly brag, the festival selected under a hundred films from over 3,500 submissions. The launch/announcement party featured a glowing Jägermeister ice sculpture—a boozy beacon in the pitch dark of Jimmy’s Lounge in Hollywood. Quentin joined…

Japanese Television Cameo

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Yes, it was only a matter of time before I had a guest appearance on Japanese TV. Here is a still from a documentary about Tomio Koyama Gallery, and the international status of Japanese Art. I was interviewed back in September at an opening at the gallery. So, can I add this to my CV?…


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I was quite happy to be selected last fall to produce a 60 second promo for l.a. Eyeworks for the LA Fashion Awards 2006. I recently rediscovered the pix from the shoot on my hard drive. So here are a few samples of the fun… featured are the DP Quyen Tran, and two crew members…

Loud Paper on Softly

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Mimi Zeiger issues an insightful report via Loud Paper, complete with pictures of the Softly installation at Alexander Gray Associates.

Time Out New York | Softly Review

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CRITIC’S PICK! “Bryan Jackson casts two Bratz dolls in Softly, a shorthand gay love story in the form of a music video. Accompanied by an electronica soundtrack, the video features a meet-cute via instant-messaging and a shower scene. Jackson films his vapid, big-eyed actors in pitch-perfect sets, including the doll-sized bedroom, outfitted with a miniature…