This documentary was my BFA thesis film at Emerson College. The film details a moment in the life of Milo Matthews, a subway musician in Boston. He struggles with his past and his career, all while the city cracks down on subways musicians as a potential security threat in a post-9/11 world. We travel to his home and to visit his son in Seattle, getting a glimpse of the sacrifices that people make to pursue their dreams. You can check out Milo on myspace.com/milomatthews and at lovelifemusic.com. He's a great man and I'm forever thankful of how he opened up his life to me.
Also special thanks to Robert Kellough, who mixed the film but is absent from the credits.