Brooklynography Plays at New York Food Film Fest!
This past Saturday Brooklynography history was made: one of our videos was screened in front of a sold-out theater as part of the New York Food Film Festival!
I was immensely proud and honored to be part of the event and to see something I created play on the big screen, and owe a mountain of thanks to all the people who made it possible like…. Matt & Allison Robicelli (of course!), NYFFF festival director George Motz, NYFFF executive producer Seth Unger, my friends and crew - shooter Zack Akers & sound recordist Kenny Lewis - and my colleagues/friends/post-production angels at Crew Cuts - title designer Ian Glaum and mixer Nick Montgomery. After my film screened I went up to say a few words and got a little nervous and forgot to say most of the stuff I wanted to say, so there it all is.
Of course no one who attended the festival will be reading this anyway, because I completely failed to mention that Brooklynography is a website. D’oh.
Sandwiches… Sandwiches are a lot like cupcakes. They’re something you can hold in your hand, and take everything that you want on the subway.