Film Work

Doomsday - Episode 2 Teaser

Co-Directed/Cinematography/Editing/Color Grading by Dan McBride

View a longer trailer for Episode 2 here

Doomsday - Pilot Episode Trailer

Cinematography/Editing/Color Grading by Dan McBride

Created by Sonja O'Hara -

Doomsday follows the daily lives of the residents of a millennial cult and explores the gray area where youthful idealism evolves into deadly extremism.

The first two episodes are now available to watch on Amazon Prime.



  • Best Series - HBO's ITVFest
  • Best Series & Best Drama - Brooklyn Web Fest
  • Best Pilot - HollyWeb Fest
  • Best Director - New York Television Festival
  • Best International Pilot - Pilot Light TV Festival

Official Selection: SeriesFest, Dances With Films, Bushwick Film Festival

Episode 2 nominated for Best Director at the 2018 Indie Series Awards

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Official Film Trailer

Cinematography/Editing/Color Grading by Dan McBride

Written and Produced by Sonja O'Hara, Directed by Matt Ott

OVUM is a dark comedy following a quirky actress who will do anything for a part, who must give up a part of herself when her method acting project goes too far and she ends up selling her eggs.

Watch it now on Itunes

  • Best Picture - Big Apple Film Festival
  • Best Feature - Brooklyn Girl Film Festival
  • Best Comedy - Manhattan Film Festival
  • Indie Soul Special Recognition Award - Boston Intl. Film Festival


The cinematography by Dan McBride is tremendous, especially when focused on the dynamic between Calpurnia & Ellen. He takes advantage of the natural light that fills city apartments and rehearsal studios. Their warmth and energy together contrasting the winter outside.  - Rogue Cinema

Ovum will leave you fascinated—while disturbed—with its exacting survey of this at times perverse world of egg donation, and impressed with the tight artistic integrity displayed by the people behind it  - Splash Report

Quirky, queer and feminist as hell - GoMag

The performances are complemented by the cinematography, which is beautifully constructed to highlight the growing attraction between the two main characters, mainly through close–ups, and framing the two of them together. Conversely, the cinematography also works to make the ‘designer’ egg clinic seem cold and unnatural, at one point even framing Fiona (Karin Agstam) the Ovum–Coordinator’s, face in fragments, so she seems equally inhuman.  - UK Film Review


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The Transition of Juan Romero - Short film

Cinematography/Editing/Color by Dan McBride

Directed by Whitney Ellis

WINNER Best Cinematography - Escape Velocity Film Festival


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Noise Machines - Short Film

Cinematography/Editing/Color by Dan McBride

Directed by Colin Meath and Benjamin Thompson