What I Did in 2015

I decided to make a catalogue of some of the things I wrote, edited, or contributed to over the past 12 months.


I wrote two articles for the Theopolis Institute, one about sexuality and one about civil obedience. I also have another post up, new this week, about the particular sins that artists are prone to.

I reviewed two movies at Film Fisher, Blackhat and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

I wrote a chapter for a book about Christianity and Doctor Who, and had my first ever book signing.

I wrote an article for the New Jersey Family Magazine called “The Limits of Sexual Freedom,” which you can read here.


I wrote a short film called This Is Me for the Colchester Film Festival 60-Hour Film Challenge. My brother filmed and edited it in two days. It must’ve turned out well because it was chosen to screen at the festival as part of their official shortlist.

I co-wrote and produced a short film called The Man With Two Legs with my friend, David K. The film is based on a novel by G.K. Chesterton called Manalive. Check out some photos from the production here.

I helped out with a film called Roomies, written and directed by my friend, Daniel S. Watch it here.

The feature film that I helped shoot in the summer of 2014 had its world premiere in Lancaster, PA.

I edited a short video for some friends of mine who have a ministry in Lancaster.

In college, the men’s Bible study that I was part of would sometimes take trips up into the woods to chop down some trees and split some firewood. I took my camera along one Saturday (it must’ve been late 2012). Last week, I finally got around to editing the footage; you can watch the result here.

And I got to help out with this cool video for Khan Academy. (Ok, that released in 2016, but I did most of the drawings in 2015.)

That’s enough for now. 2015 was a busy year.