These are my previous fiction shorts that are publicly available.

GLENGARRY GLEN STYX

OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2'ND ANNUAL KLAMATH INDPENDENT FILM FESTIVAL! As the title implies, this is a remake of an earlier short that I made in...if memory serves...2007 when I had my YouTube channel. That version is way down on my Vimeo time line but the years and changes in technology have not been kind to the visual quality. For this new version shot with my Canon 70D, I went back and rewrote the original script, both to open it up and punch up some of the jokes. The whole thing was shot in a five hour period and I think the energy makes up for the lack of polish. (Although, honestly, I am working on the polish part for the next one.) And yes, this is my entry for this year's Ashland Independent Film Festival. Starring Michael Meyer and Scott Ford.

THE HEROES OF THE WAR ON CHRISTMAS.

And yes, this is the last time I'm remaking one of my older shorts. Because honestly, at this point, even George Lucas is starting to give me dirty looks. A look at the front lines of The War On Christmas with three men determed not to let the secularists win! With Michael Meyer, Michael Bingham and the dulcet tones of Scott Ford. Music is "Deck the Halls" by The Morrison Players.

THE ART OF THE POST-KILL QUIP

Two rookie operatives are both viving for the same opening in a highly classified Intelligence organization. What they get is a most unusual tiebreaker. A new comedy short from writer/director Richard Jensen. TAYLOR HOOD.........Mr. Dalton. MIG WINDOWS........Ms. Craig SCOTT FORD............The Adjudicator. Music is "Spy Vs Guy" and is Licensed through Audiosocket.

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
(ACT IV, SCENE ONE)

Okay, here’s the skinny. When I started planning my recent holiday to Portland, my buddy, Jake Merriman floated the idea of me filming a short scene that he and his scene partner, Sarah McGregor had been working for the past several months. Given that I hadn’t shot anything for a while, it sounded like something I could do for practice. We budgeted for a four and half hour shoot. But thanks to me making a detailed shot list and Jake and Sarah having the material down so cold, nearby onlookers could have gotten frostbite, we were done in under two. The initial edit took about 45 minutes. Color Grading was done in Union Station in Portland and the sound mix was done while traveling to Klamath Falls on the Coast Starlight. I will leave it to your tender mercies to decide if this is a good thing or bad.