Life is a combination of magic and pasta. ~ Federico Fellini

When I’m not eating rigatoni with meat sauce, I make moving pictures.
In the field for National Geographic, I captured scientists crystallizing proteins of the deadly Ebola Virus.
I filmed Kenyan children growing up in the sprawling shantytowns of Nairobi and Mombasa.
I collaborated on a New York Love story with temperamental street artist Olek and her “Crochet Madness.”
In the small town of Steubenville, Ohio, I documented the story of my Italian roots and famous cousin Dean Martin.
As part of directing team Sisters Vecchione, our Documentary was an official selection at the Sundance Film Festival.
During the festival, Sisters Vecchione made a John Waters sandwich.


Above all, I love being a part of a big show.
That was put in me by my Mother ~ Sandra Jean ~ She turned everything into a big show.
She was a Showstopper. A Wild West Shoot ‘Em Up. A Big Budget Blockbuster.


If Sandra Jean were to give you advice, she would say ~
You must break the rules. Try breaking one rule every day.
And have fun doing it!

XOXO I also like to climb up on a stage from time to time and sing some barroom blues while
strumming on my National Vintage Delphi Steel Guitar. I started The Moxy Foxy’s this year.