I MAKE LOTS and lots and lots of videos. Sometimes un-credited, generally under different names or themes.
Here's an exhaustive but by no means complete catalogue:
Matt Mieskoski and I wrote and produced a series of 18 unbelievably dark sketch comedy shorts, with outtakes, plus a fake podcast, Phil Metal Jackson, under the name Beings Worthy of Respect.
Weather in Los Angeles was a series I created with Clem Darling combining a real, recorded conversation with surreal digital / mixed-media stop-motion animation. As the theme song goes: "when there's weather in Los Angeles, it's always bad."
The "Outrageous Animated Shorts" were my first attempt at narrative animation, with hand-drawn characters and stylized sound effects and backgrounds.
[Playlist also includes "Art Imitating Life."]
Mike Critelli's Cavern of Whimsy is a monthly live show I hosted from June '14 to May '15. In addition to filmed footage from the show, I've premiered a handful of original videos there. Full listings of both are available here.
"Above Par with Dub B" is a web-based reality TV show with Dub B - a hip-hop artist and amateur golfer - interviewing celebrities and enjoying the best golf courses in the world. I edited both full episodes available online.
MISCELLANEOUS, PT 1: a sketch I starred in, written by (and co-starring) Nick Luciano. This is me doing my best Tim and Eric impression in my favorite New Orleans Hawaiian shirt.
MISCELLANEOUS, PT 2: Home on Christmas break from college, we became inspired by Pete Mutino's smoker's cough and dressed him up as a drifter showing up at a nice family's home for the holidays. Note that the video is improvised shot to shot, remarkable in light of its twist ending.
MISCELLANEOUS, PT 3: A throwback to my "shock for shock's sake" approach to comedy, a remake of a short Pete and I shot in our friend Clay's basement about the story behind the Beatles' "Revolution 9." Somehow, YouTube let us use part of John Lennon's "Imagine" here, yet took down the best of our early shorts, an awkward father/son confrontation set to Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit."