CRY BOY CRY is a two-channel karaoke video and performance collage centered around "Smalltown Boy," the 1984 gay pop anthem by Bronski Beat. The lyrics of the song recommend running away from a violent and homophobic home rather than waiting for things to get better there. The video features performances by artists and activists currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area who have varying degrees of identification with the song.

This video was made during Playback >, a mini-video residency program at Queen's Nails Projects, San Francisco.
Call For Participation: Smalltown Boys

Selected Screenings/Exhibitions:
Infrared: New Visions from the Queer Underground program, Radically Gay: The Life & Visionary Legacy of
Harry Hay
 conference September 2012 NY, NY
MOVEMENT! - An evening film screening of music and dance presented by Catch Fire, May 2013 Berlin, Germany
Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival, May 2013 Seattle, WA
We Can't Compete exhibition, A Feminist Art Gallery (FAG) Satellite Project @ University of
Lethbridge Main Gallery, Jan 23rd - March 7th Lethbridge, Alberta Canada