Too Much Bacon
Hungarian/American filmmaker, producer, creative director and photographer. Graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts' Film and Television program. Short films screened and awarded at numerous festivals (NYU, Edinburgh, IFC, Tribeca...) Recipient of the Helena Rubinstein Scholarship and the Christopher Columbus Award of Outstanding Achievement in Film, and has been nominated for a Billboard Video Award. Has worked with record labels (BMG, Virgin, Columbia) and advertising agencies (O&M, Grey, Y&R) as an art director, copy writer, creative director, creative consultant and film director, and has had work broadcast on US and European TV and cable channels. Having left the world of commercial film production he is now focusing on collaborating with and developing visual material for an emerging performance artist/musician's stage shows geared toward arts festivals and galleries. Currently developing and researching three documentary projects for a London film production company on the local alt-drag scene, on the definition of "taste", and the concept of personal reinvention in a rapidly changing global economy. Also keen to return to his first love, photography - of mostly abstracts, and to creating large scale works of collage on paper.
Makes a mean tarte Tatin.
Film festivals (Edinburgh, IFC, Tribeca, Figouera da Foz, NYU)
Work broadcast on TV in the US and Europe