After The Hurricane
After The Hurricane traces the steps of a young woman (Charlie) when she is confronted with a potentially life-altering decision– to sell or not to sell a bequeathed home. Her deceased aunt's residence can best be described as a storm-ravaged boathouse standing among Southampton mansions. The property, infused with the essence of Charlie's childhood-self, forces the young photographer to confront repressed aspirations.
In 1920, the Volstead Act made the sale and purchase of alcohol illegal in the United States, spurring the growth of a violent underground industry. Bootlegger's Picnic follows a young man on an adventure with his older brother where he comes face to face with the darker side of the family business.