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Take a listen to some of my featured credits.  Includes : Mixing, Recording, Producing, Mastering, and Assisting.


TV/Broadcast, Film, Commercials

How to Get Lucky - #TheKnockBlock with Jesse Heiman

How to Get Lucky - #TheKnockBlock with Jesse Heiman

Buy at #KnockonWood - The Knock Block™ is a revolutionary new product that will change your life for the better. Carry the luckiest of woods with you wherever you go AND whenever you need to ward off those everyday jinxes. It’s the perfect gift your you or the one you care about! Ok Boomers, you had Pet Rock, now there’s The Knock Block. Prevent bad luck with the help of Tiggy Touchwood played by “The World’s Greatest Extra” Jesse Heiman. If the Knock Block can be real, anything can be. Parent company Innovaum wants to encourage you to pursue your very own concepts and product designs. Time to get making! Enjoy comedy and parody videos? Check out the full series of Knock Block’s funny commercials featuring this perfectly unbelievable gift. Best or Worst Holiday Gift: The world needs more #knockonwood luck, so give the gift of wood for every occasion. Give it to your superstitious and occasionally NSFW co-worker, or your boss on behalf of your superstitious co-worker. If you love gag gifts, white elephant parties, novelty stocking stuffers and general hipster nonsense, then we have the perfect gift for you. It's a block of wood, yes, but it's so much more..... Sure to make them say “What the Luck?” everyone needs The Knock Block. Made from invasive species wood and designed to inspire - the Knock Block is a gift created by Innovaum in hopes of encouraging you to pursue your own product design. Visit our website to learn more. Video created by Originator Studios for Innovaum (in-oh-vee-um). // CREDITS: Producer/Director - Derek Gildersleeve & Willie Rockefeller CAST Tiggy Touchwood - Jesse Heiman Tom/Dad - Jeff Brody Golfer - Rommel Sulit Rock Knocker Climber - Elizabeth Maxwell Climber Bro - Derek Babb Donny (Driver) - Scott Gibbs Dwayne (Window Knocker) - Lucas McCutchen Nolan (The Hero) - Jayden Franklin Backwoods Adult - Sarah Sharp Backwoods Adult - Carlton Caudle Backwoods Adult - Charles Walderp Backwoods Kid - Angus Sharp Backwoods Kid - Stella Sharp Mom - Julia Barnett Young Suzie - Madeline Guilbot Billy - Brody Stowers Adult Suzie - Kelsey Pribilski Dennis - Austin Hafsi CREW: Editor/Colorist - Matt Pearson Production Design, Wardrobe - Kelly Webster Assistant Producer - Kari Burke Director of Photography - Scott Clark 1st AC - Jason Head Gaffer - Ben Oliver, Axel Alarcon Grip - Stefan Allen, Mike Jiminez Sound Tech - Karlo Montano Sound Design - Travis Kennedy Casting - Sarah Dowling VFX Supervisor - Ray Pena, Greg Omelchuck VFX - Jonathan Mayo-Buttry Hair/Makeup - Anna Fugate-Downs, Madison Miller Production Assistant - John Jackson, Danielle Moccia Lead Rigger - Nick Fuentes Assist. Rigger - Drew Hayes Set Builder - Denny Todd Special thanks to Marni Eth, Shane Sorenson and the City of Austin
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The Teller and The Truth (Soundtrack Preview) 2015

The Teller and The Truth (Soundtrack Preview) 2015

In Theaters ---- AUSTIN - Alamo Drafthouse (S.Lamar) - FEB 22 -25th ---- NYC - Cinema Village (Manhattan) - FED 26 - MAR 3 ----- LA - Laemmle Music Hall (Beverly Hills) - FEB 26 - MAR 3 ---- Advance tickets available for Austin ( NY tickets for NY - ( and tickets on sale on LA starting on 2/23 ( For every missing person, there’s a story. Within every story, lies the truth. The Teller and the Truth is the story of Francis Wetherbee, a beautiful, young bank teller who disappeared in 1974 after her car was found submerged in a river. Filmmaker Andrew Shapter (Before the Music Dies, Happiness Is) follows the forty-year-old cold case that sparked the imagination of her hometown of Smithville, Texas, and beyond. Did she drown? Commit suicide? Was she kidnapped? Or is there another answer? Shapter combines a documentary style with a classic narrative interpretation in order to separate myth from truth about Francis. Various theories and conjectures are weighed against the “facts” as they are revealed in old photographs, authentic footage from home movies, and actual Vietnam-era rare (and never before seen) historical footage. As new evidence is discovered, the film transforms into a narrative, as her words—which reveal the truth--come to life. A small-town mystery now becomes a global search for a woman who may still be alive. "Like" us here and keep up to date with this work in progress right here on Facebook. ( For now, join us on Facebook ( Director: Andrew Shapter Roadwings Entertainment


Listen to radio specials and podcasts that my team recorded live at Austin Film Festival and mixed at my personal mixing studio.  If you don't have a Spotify account, you can download the app and listen for free

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