Exhibit A is an upcoming documentary series exploring controversial criminal cases through the lens of questionable forensic science, which is often far less scientific than it appears. Each episode delves into a particular forensic discipline and reveals how many of the techniques popularized in true crime shows and detective fiction are too good to be true.
This documentary series examines false confessions. New Season premiering on Netflix Spring 2019.
Journalism for the Atlantic with an NEA grant.
Journalism for the Atlantic with a Joyce Foundation grant.
How to Drink is my latest short film. Eddie is home for Christmas. After he and his well-to-do friend Christian are unable to procure alcohol, they head to the ramshackle apartment of Eddie’s hard drinking dad, John, in order to get some drinks. John provides for the boys, under the pretense that he is going to teach them “how to drink.” As the night goes on, and the drinking continues, things get wilder, weirder, and more dangerous.
Shown at Monte Vista Projects
Short Film premiered SXSW
Supported by Borscht Corp.
With materials and actual props used by The Reality Based Training Association, I assembled a living space that can completely absorb bullets.
This bullet-absorbent still life, constructed of foam furniture, is a replica of a replica. The RBTA, an advocacy group, proposes that these foam simulations are the best way to prepare officers for shooter scenarios, arguing that they allow “the brain and body to process the experience as if it were actually occurring.”
Designed with Caltrans, this 1/4 scaled highway off-ramp will be placed in the desert.
Concrete model made at an artist residency in Puerto Escondido, MX.