"One of the top film educators from around the globe"

Variety Magazine

"For nearly two decades, the San Antonio native (Ya’Ke) has been making films that grapple with race and social change"

The Texas Monthly

"25 screenwriters to watch"

Moviemaker magazine


The Pandemic Chronicles


Dear Bruh


Katrina’s Son

The Beginning and Ending of Everything




“This is the film that Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer should have been; and if Tyler Perry had the goods and the guts, his Christian-themed morality tales that seem to only exist on a really simplistic, even shallow level, will instead look and sound like WOLF”


“…insists upon nuances of feeling in a story that would, in most films, ignore them.”



—Ebony Magazine Online


International Distribution – iTunes, Amazon Prime, Cable VOD

Best Texas Feature Film Award – Dallas International Film Festival

Arkansas-Times Audience Choice Award – Little Rock Film Festival

Audience Choice Award Best Feature – Sidewalk Film Festival

Saatchi Producer’s Award – Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival

Honorable Mention Best Narrative Feature – Honorable Mention Best Narrative Feature

Best Director – First Film – Pan African Film and Arts Festival

Louis Black Award Nominee – SXSW Film Festival

Recipient – Texas Filmmakers Production Fund Grant

Recipient – REP Grant – The University of Texas at Arlington

Official Selection – WNY Black Film Festival

Official Selection – Montreal International Black Film Festival

Official Selection – New Orleans Film Festival

Official Selection – Oakland Underground Film Festival

Official Selection – Black Harvest Film Festival (Opening Night Film)

Official Selection – Cucalorus Film Festival

Official Selection – Rhode Island International Film Festival

Official Selection – Rendezvous with Madness Film Festival

Official Selection – Our Image Film Festival (Spotlight film)

Official Selection – Reel Independent Film Festival (Spotlight film)

Official Selection – New York Latino Film Festival