Photo by Danielle Earle

Photo by Danielle Earle

Joseph Patrick Conroy

Joseph Patrick Conroy is an award-winning narrative filmmaker and cinematographer. Heavily influenced by iconoclastic cineastes like Wong Kar-Wai, Christopher Doyle, PT Anderson, Seijun Suzuki, John Cassavetes, and Steven Soderbergh, JPC embraces the DIY ethos of indie filmmaking and infuses a punk rock sensibility into all of his projects. By flooding his films with colors; highly-stylized themes; and quirky, off-beat stories, JPC strives to create a cinematic experience that transcends the Hollywood machine and returns filmmaking to its purest form of unbridled artistic expression. In addition to creating personal projects, JPC works as a director/cinematographer/editor for hire and operates his production company, amerikana media.

 

Photography Credits

The Nobodies 
• Photo series on homelessness and the New York City income disparity featured in FLINT magazine.

Naniee and Ashleigh
• Portrait photo set featured in her. beauty. magazine.

Stories from New York City
• Collection of black and white street photography featured in Edge of Humanity.

Patterns
• Featured photographer in traveling photographic gallery across the UK, sponsored by The Photographic Angle.

 

Narrative Credits

Serial Killer In Harlem (2018, Dramatic Feature; DP)
• Currently in post-production.

New Friends (2018, Drama/Horror Short; Director / DP / Editor) Watch HERE.
• Official Selection of the 2018 Queen Palm International Film Festival

Only Nothing Lasts Forever (2017, Dramatic Webseries; DP)
• Currently in post-production.

Laff K (2015, Comedy Short; 15 minutes; Director / DP / Editor)
• Official Selection of the 2015 Ocktober FIlm Festival 

CaucAsian (2013, Comedy Webseries; 23 minutes; Writer / Director)
• Official Selection of the 2013 Urban Mediamakers Film Festival
• Voted by UMFF as one of the Top 3 Webseries of 2013 
• Official Selection of the 2014 Miami Web Fest 

Consent (2012, Documentary; 24 minutes; Editor)
• Official Selection of the 2013 CineKink Film Festival 
• Chosen for a two-month installation in 2012 at Apex Art Gallery in NYC
 

Music Video Credits

"Skinny Love" (2018, Music Video; DP / Editor)
• Indie rock outfit The Dirty Pedals, from their album Flight.

"Sparrow" (2018, Music Video; DP / Editor)
• Indie rock outfit The Dirty Pedals, from their album Flight

"This Property Is Condemned" (2018, Music Video; DP / Editor)
• Indie rock outfit The Dirty Pedals, from their album Flight

"Helluva Drug" (2017, Music Video; Concept / Director / DP / Editor)
• Electro-Pop artist Lexa Terrestrial, from her album The LeX-FiLES.

"One Phone Call" (2016, Music Video; Concept / Director / DP / Editor)
• Hip-hop artist Von Ellis.

"BQE Ride" (2016, Music Video; Concept / Director / DP / Editor)
Paco the G Train Bandit, feat. Crimdella & Redddaz.

"Keeps Going" (2016, Music Video; Concept / Director / DP / Editor)
• Hip-hop artist Adam Burns.

"Pull the Trigger" (2015, Music Video; Concept / Director / DP / Editor)
• Electro-Pop artist Lexa Terrestrial, from her album The LeX-FiLES.

“Mother Mary” (2014, Music Video; Director / DP / Editor)
• Central PA–based rock act Jaw Horse, from their album Cancer Creek.

 “Prove You Wrong” (2014, Music Video; Director / DP / Editor)
• NYC / Macau–based EDM artist Eunice Wobble Wong.

 “Coolout” (2014, Music Video; Concept / Director / DP / Editor)
• Hip-hop artist Adam Burns, feat. hip-hop duo Duk Duk Goose.

“Snake It In” (2014, Music Video; Director / DP / Editor)
• Central PA–based rock act Jaw Horse, from their album Return to Cancer Creek.
 

 

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