I know it sounds cliché, but filmmaking is a true passion of mine. I shot my first film back in 2016 and the filmmaking bug bit me hard. Since then, I've invested in thousands of dollars in movie-making gear, studied the craft extensively, and film whenever I can get my hands on a good new script. Many times I film without a script just to get out and practice the craft.
Films & Documentaries
Leaves of the Ficus (In Progress)
Just when it seems that nothing can fix a feud between two brothers, a ficus tree received as a gift from a mysterious man appears to affect them.
Harvey King - The New Renaissance of Custom Knifemaking (In Progress)
In this documentary film, nationally renowned master knifemaker Harvey King creates one of his signature knives from start to finish as he explains the rise and fall of custom knifemaking and why this ancient craft is now seeing a full revival.
Dante's Inferno (2019)
This short film of Dante's Inferno is adapted and directed by Mark T. Mannette, co-directed, filmed, and edited by Daniel Scott Murphy, and starring Matthew Clark and Lucas Farney. The full-length adaptation of Dante's Inferno was originally written for a Newman University Theatre production. In Cantos 2-3 Virgil guides Dante to meet the three heavenly angels and finally, enters the gates of hell.
Front Yards (2018)
Front Yards - When a young couple move into a new neighborhood, all seems well until they are told to just remember one rule: Don't leave your yard!
Equilibrium of Life (2016)
Simon Caldon (Trevor Vincent Farney), an aspiring astrophysicist, develops a blossoming relationship with Kelly (Amy Emerson) during college. After a tragic death of Kelly's (Amy Emerson) father, Simon Caldon (Trevor Vincent Farney) discovers his ability to travel into the past. Simon discovers that changing the fate of destiny has unintended consequences.