May 30 saw the premiere of the independent feature Eve, a drama about domestic violence by Aisha Media. Jeff has a lighthearted supporting role as a gay neighbor who befriends and looks after Eve, the main character. The premiere was at the Delancey Foundation in San Francisco.
More than 100 of Jeff's photographs from AIDS/LifeCycle 6 are on display at The Advocate Gallery in the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, through January 19.
After Jeff returned from Burning Man, he started filming a supporting role in "Closed Mondays," a pilot for a web sitcom set in a Japanese restaurant, directed by Ron Nakano. Read about the project in AsianWeek.
Jeff's feature film Fairfield, Idaho premiered April 21 in Santa Rosa. He plays a supporting role as a creepy, reserved hit-man. It showed in high definition in a 400-seat theater at the Roxy Stadium, and screened along with the award-winning short film Like Lightning, in which Jeff plays one of the leads. Read an interview with director Darwin Meiners in the North Bay's alternative weekly, The Bohemian.
Jeff played a layabout ne'er-do-well in the short film The Bill Collector. Directed by Arlene Skjerly in the style of early silent films, Jeff gets to run around a park being chased by a bill collector, crawling under chairs and scrambling up hillsides.
Jeff played one of the leads in the 16mm short The Toyhorse, by Sheri Brenner. The film is set in the late 1950s and pays homage to The Twilight Zone.
Jeff was cast as one of the leads in the 35mm short Eye of the Needle, a medical thriller directed by Micah Brandt. The film starts production in September 2007.
Beautiful Day, Rey Godoy's short film starring Jeff as a unhinged man who kidnaps a drunk driver in an act of revenge, premiered at the California Independent Film Festival in the Livermore wine country.
Vampire Secrets, a two-hour special, aired on The History Channel for Halloween. Jeff appeared as a 1700s Hungarian farmer whose family receives an ... unusual houseguest. Watch the scene.
Jeff played Leo Bougainvillea, one of the leads in the mockumentary Scared Straight. Inspired by the classic anti-youth-crime doc of the 1970s, this version features three gay men trying to convince other gay men to "go straight." Leo's motive? Less competition in the cutthroat facial-care-products biz. Directed by Maria Breaux, the short is in post-production.
Jeff wrapped the lead role as Dante Sparrow in Eileen Agas' short film Death of a Trapeze Artist. In the film, which was inspired by the visual palette of Moulin Rouge, Dante's best friend and trapeze partner, Coco Finch, is murdered at the circus and Dante must find out whodunit.
Like Lightning screened at the Best of the 2006 San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project Screening and Awards Show on July 20 in San Francisco's Dolores Park and won Best Cinematography!
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