Cinematography team
Ariel Rosete, Roman hernandez, veronica del bario

by Preston Zeller:
"Following the death of his 35-year-old brother and being faced with the emotional toll of grief, an artist delves into a year-long project to paint every day through intuitive abstract painting as a way to process grief and share his process with others. Along the way, this opens the doors to new conversations, ultimately urging the question: why isn't grief addressed better in Western culture? The film also explores the use of creative works in history for artists to cope with grief and explores the practice of art therapy. As a culmination to this year of painting, the 365 paintings are assembled into a final massive 10 ft. x 20 ft. image to represent a year of grief and further spur conversation over the subject of grief."

I am humbled to have been part of this project, set to release very soon! Special thanks to Preston and Cid for having me on.
Behind the scenes​​​​​​​
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