Jerry White Jr. |


M.F.A., Cinematic Arts Film Production, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 2013

B.A., German Language and Literature, Video Art minor, Magna Cum Laude, Oakland University, Rochester, MI 2005


Heartstorm, Director/Producer, Feature, in post production
Can’t You See Me, Director/Producer, Short, 8:29, 2016
20 Years of Madness, Producer, Feature, 89:14, 2016
30 Minutes of Madness 15, Director/Producer, Series, 31:12, 2014
Great Cycle, Director, Music Video, 4:37, 2013
Tape, Producer/Editor, Short, 2:50, 2010
Birthday, Director/Producer, Short, 6:05, 2009
The Sword and the Sheath, Director/Producer, Short, 4:22, 2008
Five Minutes Ago, Director/Producer, Short, 3:16, 2008
Tickets Please, Director/Producer, Short, 6:43, 2003
La siréne de la Nouvelle-Orléans, Director/Producer, Short, 7:23, 2003
Der Andere Drache, Director/Producer, Short, 23:24, 2003
Her Image, Director/Producer, Short, 5:40, 2002
Die Illusion der Verzweiflung, Director/Producer, Short, 24:00, 2002


Assistant Professor, Communication University of China, Nanjing, China, 2021
“Film Genre” Fall 2021

Design course for over thirty undergraduate students, developing the syllabus and lesson plans, and drawing upon a diverse range of film clips from international cinema past and present, contemporary indie cinema, and early Hollywood movies. Incorporate short films from current filmmakers whose works appeared in my film festival (Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival). Utilize English and Mandarin language films with English subtitles to assist students who might struggle with fast spoken dialogue. Provide students with opportunities to share their reactions to the film clips and assigned feature films as homework. Include group projects and breakout sessions to encourage class discussion.

Teaching Assistant, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 2009–2013
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Spring 2013
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Fall 2012
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Spring 2012
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Fall 2011
CTPR 335 “Motion Picture Editing” Fall 2010
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Spring 2010
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Fall 2009
CTPR 508 “Graduate Film Production II” Spring 2009

Over four years teaching experience at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, both graduate and undergraduate courses. TA for cinematography one semester, with the rest of the courses focusing on writing, editing, and film theory. Provide feedback on scripts with an eye toward clarifying story and transitions and streamlining dialog. Watch dailies and cuts of student films, giving storytelling notes with a focus on how editing can be used to clarify the filmmaker’s goals and strengthen the narrative. Explore film theory using curated movie clips and targeted examples from other student work in order to expand filmmaker vocabulary and deepen their understanding of narrative and documentary techniques. Further student knowledge of advanced editing tools in Avid as well as the principles behind why an edit is made. Coordinate and instruct students on edit workflow procedures, from screening dailies through picture lock. Export video mixdowns and OMFs for import into Pro Tools and QC layback to HD Cam.

English Teacher, GEOS Language Corporation, Chigasaki, Japan, 2005–2007
Craft targeted lesson plans and design supplemental materials. Interview and level-assess prospective students. Schedule and hold regular student counseling sessions to track progress. Update and maintain student files, contracts, and related paperwork. Assist management with the preparation and distribution of promotional materials. Plan and host extracurricular student activities and special events. Completed 1-year contract and agreed to a 4-month extension to enable smooth teacher transition.


Assistant Editor, B17 Entertainment, Los Angeles, CA, 2019–2021
Assist on nearly a dozen shows with a wide variety of duties and responsibilities including ingesting and transcoding media, grouping multi-cam, creating string outs, making outputs, QC, online prep, media management, LTO archival, and supplying deliverables for scripted and non-scripted television and streaming media. Our projects have been covered in Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Deadline, and the other major trade publications. Primarily utilize Avid Media Composer, Media Encoder, and Pro Tools.

Atlanta Community Manager, KitSplit, Atlanta, GA, 2018
Represent the company for the entire Atlanta filmmaker community. Responsible for organizing and hosting monthly filmmaker networking events, promoting local independent filmmakers by facilitating screenings of their work and connecting crew in order to foster collaborations. Speak at local festival panels and host podcasts both as a filmmaker, festival organizer, and on behalf of the company. Report directly to the CEO and pitch additional ways to expand the company’s filmmaker network in the city.

Director, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Hamtramck, MI, 2016–Present
Develop festival mission and build a crew from the ground up—personally select all coordinators, programmers, and jurors. Determine budget and work with sponsorship coordinator to raise funds, then manage all aspects of festival revenue and expenses. Strategize approach for in-kind prize donations from local and national companies and work alongside sponsorship coordinator in achieving potential partnerships. Curate festival program along with fellow programmers from over two-hundred film submissions. Spearhead press outreach, alternative publicity opportunities and social media campaigns. Create key art and logos for the festival website and submission platform. Design and layout festival print program and website. Initiate and maintain relationships with selected filmmakers, QC and organize all screening materials, and foster a festival alumni network.

Producer, 20 Years of Madness/20YOM LLC, Los Angeles, CA, 2011–2017
Research and write grant proposals, press outreach, and festival submissions. Create and/or organize distribution deliverables including key art, stills, metadata, copyright registration, chain of title, sell sheet, EPK, CC QC, E&O Insurance, certifications, music clearances, and deal memos. Determine and manage film budget, LLC, and insurance filings. Conceptualize and execute the design of film’s poster, t-shirt, and zine as well as other design elements such as business cards, postcards, and letterhead. Lead two successful fundraising campaigns, creating the principal design elements and managing social media push across numerous platforms. Provide detailed editorial, story, and sound design notes on dozens of cuts of the film. Write and perform voiceover for the film. Organize special test screenings for audience reaction and feedback. Work publicity surrounding the film’s premiere, opening night of the Slamdance Film Festival where it was awarded the Jury Honorable Mention. Won awards and screened in nearly 30 film festivals worldwide before securing distribution. Available on premium cable outlet STARZ as well as iTunes, Amazon Prime, and numerous VOD platforms.

Creative Director, Elemoon, Los Angeles, CA, 2014–2016
Work directly with CEO on company design strategy and marketing. Create key art and logos for all brand identity including social media, Oscar and Emmy promo events, t-shirts, business cards, print banners, etc. In charge of complete redesign of company website interface and visuals. Photographer for fashion shoots and branding events in NYC, SF, and LA. Create video assets and coordinate crowdfunding campaign raising over $122,000 USD. Direct and edit product tutorials, viral ads, and Shark Tank submission videos. Produce and edit Ron Robinson Product Launch video. Correct and revise promotional language translated from Mandarin into English.

Producer/Director/Editor, Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, LA, CA, 2008
Conduct and edit video interviews for GDIGM’s “I Want to See Jane” campaign. Research and edit clips from children’s TV shows and movies for GDIGM’s annual conference. Author original content for fundraising, creating custom menu designs and interactions. Convert original videos for website integration and podcasts. Assist in web presence management, creating custom logos and interface elements for the GDIGM website and youtube channel while advising on SEO and online marketing tools.


Emory University, Atlanta, GA, November 2018
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA, November 2018
Laughlin International Film Festival, Laughlin, NV, October 2015
Delta College, Bay City, MI, September 2015
Rochester High School, Rochester, MI, September 2015
Traverse City Film Festival, Traverse City, MI, July 2015
Grosse Pointe South, Grosse Pointe, MI, March 2015
Oakland University, Rochester, MI, March 2015


Lead Programmer, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Detroit, MI, 2022
Lead Programmer, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Detroit, MI, 2021
Lead Programmer, Palms Up Flash Fest, Los Angeles, CA, 2021
Lead Programmer, Palms Up Flash Fest, Los Angeles, CA, 2020
Programming Co-Captain, Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, UT, 2020
Lead Programmer, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Detroit, MI, 2019
Programmer, Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, UT, 2018
Lead Programmer, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Detroit, MI, 2018
Juror, Knoxville Film Festival, Knoxville, TN, 2017
Lead Programmer, Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, Detroit, MI, 2017
Programmer & Juror, FilmQuest Festival, Salt Lake City, UT, 2017
Programmer, Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, UT, 2017
Juror, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Dallas, TX, 2016
Juror, FilmQuest Festival, Salt Lake City, UT, 2016
Programmer, Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, UT, 2016
Stage Manager, Santa Barbara Film Festival, Santa Barbara, CA, 2000


Best U.S. Documentary Feature, Laughlin International Film Festival, Laughlin, Nevada 2015
Best Documentary Audience Award, Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival, Bay City, Michigan 2015
Best Documentary, FilmQuest Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah 2015
Best Documentary, Oak Cliff Film Festival, Dallas, Texas 2015
Best Documentary, RxSM Self-Medicated Expo, Austin, Texas 2015
Jury Honorable Mention for Feature Documentary, Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, Utah 2015
Departmental Honors, German Language & Literature, Oakland University, Rochester, MI 2005
Best of Show, STEPS, 9th Annual Student/Faculty Art Exhibition, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, “Raidho Ansuz Eihwaz,” Rochester, MI 2003
3rd Place Student Program Board Video Contest, Oakland University, “Her Image,” Rochester, MI 2003
Best of Show, Illusions & Illuminations, 8th Annual Student/Faculty Art Exhibition, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, “The Illusion of Despair,” Rochester, MI 2002
Michigan Competitive Scholarship, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, 2002
Access Ability Award, Artistic Expression, Community Media Networks, “Her Image”, Rochester, MI 2002
Access Ability Award, Original Teleplay, Community Media Networks, “The Illusion of Despair”, Rochester, MI 2002
Departmental Honors, Creative Writing, Rochester High School, Rochester, MI 1993
Access Ability Award, Avant Garde Expression, OC-4, “30 Minutes Of Madness”, Royal Oak, MI 1993


Laughlin International Film Festival, Laughlin, NV, October 2016
Pixar, Emeryville, CA, September 2016
DukeFest, London, England, U.K., June 2016
Our Mic, Los Angeles, CA, June 2016
Cinedelphia Film Festival, Philadelphia, PA, April 2016
SCA Alumni Screening Series, Los Angeles, CA, March 2016
Snowdance Film Festival, Landsberg, Bavaria, Germany, January 2016
ReadingFilmFEST, Reading, PA, November 2015
Laughlin International Film Festival, Laughlin, NV, October 2015
Marfa Film Festival, Marfa, TX, October 2015
Charlotte Film Festival, Charlotte, NC, October 2015
Waterfront Film Festival, Grand Rapids, MI, September 2015
Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival, Bay City, MI, September 2015
Beacon Independent Film FestivalBeacon, NY, September 2015
Film Festival of Rochester, Rochester, MI, September 2015
Portland Film Festival, Portland, OR, September 2015
Slamdance Cinema Club at the ArcLight, Los Angeles, CA, August 2015
Columbia Gorge Film Festival, Columbia Gorge, OR, August 2015
Traverse City Film Festival, Traverse City, MI, July 2015
FilmQuest Film Festival, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2015
Oak Cliff Film Festival, Dallas, TX, June 2015
SF Doc Fest, San Francisco, CA, June 2015
Brooklyn Film Festival, Brooklyn, NY, June 2015
Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, Mammoth Lakes, CA, May 2015
Arizona International Film Festival, Tucson, AZ, April 2015
Middle of the Map Film Festival, Kansas City, MO, April 2015
Alhambra Theater Film Festival, Evansville, IN, April 2015
Boston Underground Film Fest, Cambridge, MA, March 2015
Cleveland International Film Festival, Cleveland, OH, March 2015
Freep Film Fest, Detroit, MI, March 2015
RxSM Self-Medicated Expo, Austin, TX, March 2015
Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, UT, January 2015
30 Minutes of Madness #15 LA Premiere, Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, CA, March 2014
LA Zine Fest, Los Angeles, CA, February 2013
Vidlings & Tapeheads, Rafa’s Lounge Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, April 2012
Prismatic Nomads, Show Cave, Los Angeles, California, October 2010
STEPS, 9th Annual Student/Faculty Art Exhibition, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, MI, April 2003
Lake Havasu Film Festival, Lake Havasu City, AZ, November 2002
Da Vinci Film & Video Festival, Corvalis, OR, July 2002
Illusions & Illuminations, 8th Annual Student/Faculty Art Exhibition, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, MI, April 2002
Wizard World Chicago, Rosemont, IL, July 1998
Motor City Comic Con, Novi, MI, March 1997
Music, Films, Zines, Art, Planet Ant, Hamtramck, MI, August 1994
A Night Films, Music, Zines, Shadowbox Café, Hamtramck, MI, July 1994


Provost Undergraduate Research Award, “Warm & Cold: An Exploration of Film and Video Aesthetics, Their Mutability, and Ramifications for Narrative Filmmakers,” 2004
Iodice Travel Grant, 2003


English, German


Tyler Kieft, “A look at Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival with Festival Director Jerry White Jr.,” CivicCenterTV Megacast (Interview), October 18th, 2021

CUCN International, “外籍导师专访|亦导亦演,一网打尽南加大电影导师Jerry的“硬核”片场技能!,” ICUCN Pathway (Article/Interview), September 3rd, 2021

John Monaghan, “Vidlings & Tapeheads Fest, Now in its 3rd Year, Brings Together Film, Art and Local Bands” The Detroit Free Press (Article), June 27th, 2019

Richard Santiago, “The Matrix 20th Anniversary Conversation with Jerry White, Jr. – Part 2” Media Revue Podcast (Podcast/Interview), June 16th, 2019

Richard Santiago, “The Matrix 20th Anniversary Conversation with Jerry White – Part 1” Media Revue Podcast (Podcast/Interview), June 9th, 2019

Ethan Minsker, “A Filmmaker’s Guide to Film Festivals: Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival,” A Filmmaker’s Guide to Film Festivals (Video), August 10th, 2018

Amanda LeClaire, “Get Beyond the Mainstream This Weekend in Hamtramck,” WDET CultureShift (Radio Interview), July 24th, 2018

Tony Garcia, “Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival, now in year two, enhances what is already a growing arts and culture scene in Hamtramck,” Michigan Economic Development Corporation (Interview), July 13th, 2018

Becky Scarcello, “Interview with the Vidlings & Tapeheads Film Festival,” The D Brief (Interview), July 11th, 2018

Micah Walker, “Vidlings and Tapeheads festival brings alternative, unconventional indie films to Hamtramck,” Metromode (Article), July 13th, 2017

John Monaghan, “Short and offbeat films are the focus of new fest in Hamtramck,” The Detroit Free Press (Article), July 5th, 2017

Ben Curry, “Ten with Ben—Part 1 & Part 2,” CMNTV (Web Series Interview), June 27th, 2017

Lucas Resetar, “Still Reeling?” Hour Detroit Magazine (Article), June 24th, 2016

Mike Winter, “50 with Jerry White Jr.,” Wisecrackin’ with Winter (Podcast/Interview), May 4th, 2016.

Joseph Bien-Kahn, “20 Years of Madness: A Doc About the TV Show You’d Have Made as a Teen,” broke-ass stuart (Review), April 18th, 2016

Mellisa Howland, “20 YEARS OF MADNESS Out Now On iTunes and VOD,” We Are Movie Geeks (Article), April 15th, 2016

Basil Tsiokos, “On VOD: 20 YEARS OF MADNESS,” what (not) to doc (Review), April 13th, 2016

Dan Scully, “CFF 2016: 20 Years of Madness review,” Cinedelphia (Review), April 11th, 2016

Dave McNary, “Documentary ’20 Years of Madness’ Gets Release Date From Gravitas,” Variety (Article), February 18th, 2016

Alexandra Lutzenberger, “Professioneller und internationaler,”, Kreisbote (Article), December 10th, 2015

Mike White, “The Projection Booth Special Report: 20 Years of Madness,”, The Projection Booth (Podcast/Interview), November 20th, 2015

Chris Guyor, “Movie-maker and RHS Grad Returns to Speak to Advanced Video Production Classes,” Rochester Talon (Article), September 25th, 2015

Paul Kampe, “Downtown Rochester film festival to debut this weekend,” The Oakland Press (Article), September 18th, 2015

Isabelle Kohn, “Tom Green Interviewed the Makers of “20 YEARS OF MADNESS” and So Did We,”, I Heart Comix (Interview), September 2nd, 2015

Josh Schafer, “Cult Shot On VHS Public Access Variety Show 30 MINUTES OF MADNESS Gets Revisited with the Full Length Feature Documentary 20 YEARS OF MADNESS!,”, Lunchmeat Magazine (Interview), August 25th, 2015

Steven Bryan, “Engaging, emotional ’20 Years of Madness’ reunites public access cast,” (Interview), August 22nd, 2015

Cailley Frank-Lehrer, “After the Credits: 20 Years of Madness,” Traverse City Film Festival (Interview), August 12th, 2015

Jason Coleman, “Movie Reviews: ‘They Look Like People’ / ’20 Years Of Madness’,” (Review), August 12th, 2015

Isabelle Kohn, “Go See the Very Acclaimed Film “20 YEARS OF MADNESS” Tonight,” I Heart Comix (Article), August 10th, 2015

Mercedes Mejia, “Documentary film follows the makers of a cult public access TV show from the 90s,” Michigan Radio (Podcast/Interview), July 28th, 2015

Asha Sheshadri, “Mammoth Lakes Film Festival 2015, A worthy paradigm of the smaller film festival,” Tiny Mixtapes (Article), July 27th, 2015

Patrick Dunn, “Traverse City Film Fest celebrates Michigan, much more,” The Detroit News (Article), July 24th, 2015

Michael Moore, “Hidden Gems,”, Traverse City Film Festival (Article), June 26th, 2015

Whitney Mallett, “Cult, Underground and Independent in Flux: The Oak Cliff Film Festival,” Filmmaker Magazine (Article), June 23rd, 2015

Scott Renshaw, “FilmQuest Film Festival,” City Weekly (Review), June 17th, 2015

Peter Simek, “5 Surprising Films to See at This Year’s Oak Cliff Film Festival,” D Magazine (Article), June 11th, 2015

Angelea Jones, “The Must-See Movies and Events At This Weekend’s Fourth Annual Oak Cliff Film Festival,” Central Track (Article), June 11th, 2015

Melissa Howland, “20 YEARS OF MADNESS – MLFF 2015,”, We Are Movie Geeks (Review), June 4th, 2015

Jack Lunch, “Inaugural Mammoth Lakes Film Festival promises “Madness”,” The Sheet (Interview), May 22nd, 2015

Chase Whale, “Oak Cliff Film Festival 2015 Full Line-Up Announced,” The Dallas Observer (Article), May 18th, 2015

Chris Lambert, Travis Bean, “The Filmverse Episode 2 Jerry White Jr.,” Film Colossus Podcast/(Interview), April 20th, 2015

Jim Nintzel, “Enjoy 20 Years of Madness While Celebrating Public Access TV This Weekend,” Tucson Weekly (Article), April 17th, 2015

B.C. Allen, “Film Review “20 Years of Madness”,” Media Mikes (Review), April 3rd, 2015

Kelly Leow, “Addictive Personalities: 20 Years of Madness Explores Friendship, Filmmaking and Mental Illness,” Movie Maker Magazine (Interview), April 1st, 2015

Derek Deskins, “BUFF: 20 Years of Madness Review,” Next Projection (Review), April 1st, 2015

John Monaghan, “Film makes a humorous, nostalgic descent into ‘Madness’,” The Detroit Free Press (Article), March 18th, 2015

Eddie Fleisher, “20 Must See Films at the 39th Cleveland International Film Festival,” Cellar Door (Article), March 17th, 2015

Nicole M. Robertson, “Underground comedians revisit the past in ‘20 Years of Madness’,” Daily Tribune (Article), March 13th, 2015

Travis Bean, “The meta-commentary on friendship in “20 Years of Madness”,” Film Colossus (Review), March 12th, 2015

Mike Everleth, “2015 Boston Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup” Underground Film Journal (Article), March 12th, 2015

Sheri Linden, “’20 Years of Madness’: Film Review,” The Hollywood Reporter (Review), February 17th, 2015

Elizabeth Weitz, “20 Years of Madness (Review),” Forces of Geek (Review), February 12th, 2015

Jordan Crucchiola, “Superheroes, Male Strippers, and Fake Babies Star in the Week’s Best Trailers,” Wired Magazine (Article), February 8th, 2015

Marq Piocos, “SWIV @ Sundance: Jerry White Jr. and Jeremy Royce from “20 Years of Madness”,”, Somewhere in Vegas (Podcast/Interview), February 5th, 2015

J.B., “Slamdance ’15: 20 Years of Madness,” j.b. spins (Review), February 3rd, 2015

Christopher Stipp, “This Week In Trailers: 20 Years of Madness, Catch Me Daddy, Meru, H., Chorus,” /Film (Review), February 2nd, 2015

Don Simpson, “20 Years of Madness | Slamdance Review,” Smells Like Screen Spirit (Review), January 30th, 2015

David Canfield, “Promising New Filmmakers Recognized at Slamdance Film Festival Awards,” Indiewire (Article), January 30th, 2015

Dominic Patten, “Slamdance Awards: ‘Sweet Micky For President’ & ‘Think Ink’ Among Winners,” Deadline (Article), January 29th, 2015

Abid Rahman, “2015 Slamdance Winners Announced,” The Hollywood Reporter (Article), January 29th, 2015

Mike McNamara, “Slamdance Showcasing Midwest Filmmakers,” Screen Mag (Article), January 28th, 2015

Terry Burden, “Mountain Views: 20 Years of Madness,” Park City Television (TV Interview), January 28th, 2015

Scott Iwasaki, “Film examines the past 20 years of ’30 Minutes of Madness’,” The Park Record (Article), January 27th, 2015

John Wildman, “FILMS GONE WILD: 2015 SUNDANCE #5,” Film Threat (Review), January 26th, 2015

RFH, “Radio From Hell Interview: Sundance Film Festival 2015 “20 Years of Madness”,” X96 (Radio Interview), January 26th, 2015

Roger McDonough, “The Daily Buzz from Sundance 2015: Episode 2,” KCPW (Radio Interview), January 24th, 2015

Slug Magazine (Review), January 23rd, 2015

Charles Trapunski, “A Slam dunk: What to expect at Slamdance and why you should care,” Scene Creek (Article), January 23rd, 2015

Ben Umstead, “Slamdance 2015: ScreenAnarchy Raises The Curtain With 10 Must-Sees,” ScreenAnarchy (Article), January 23rd, 2015

Evie Keener, “20 YEARS OF MADNESS at Slamdance,”
Filmbuzz (Interview), January 23rd, 2015

Kevin Jagernauth, “Slamdance Exclusive: Kids Dream Big In Clip From Documentary 20 Years Of Madness,”
Indiewire (Article), January 20th, 2015

Ben Umstead, “Slamdance 2015: Meet The Filmmakers, Part 2,” ScreenAnarchy (Article), January 19th, 2015

Jordan Deveraux, “A Meeting of Minds with Filmmakers Jerry White Jr. and Jeremy Royce,” Slug Magazine (Review), January 1st, 2015

Briana Rodriguez, “2015 Slamdance Film Festival Program Announced,” Backstage (Article), December 1st, 2014

Dave McNary, “Slamdance Unveils 2015 Competition Lineups (EXCLUSIVE),” Variety (Article), December 1st, 2014

Ethan Minsker, Dead Tech,” Psycho Moto Zine (Interview), September 10th, 2014

Indiewire, “Project of the Day: ’20 Years of Madness’,” Indiewire (Article), February 26th, 2014

Indiewire, “Project of the Day: The Dream of the 90’s is Alive in ’20 Years of Madness’,” Indiewire (Article), April 26th, 2012

Whitney Caroline, “30 Minutes of Madness: Making Dreams Come True,” Highest Form of Whit (Article), April 19th, 2012

Clare La Torre, “We’re all a little mad,” The Oakland Post (Interview), April 17th, 2012

Michael McGregor, “This Week in Kickstarter,” Kickstarter Blog (Article), April 13th, 2012

Matthew Jaworski, “Future Master, Jerry White Jr.,” Beats and Blood (Interview), August 3rd, 2010

Kevin Pereira, Olivia Munn, “Around the Net,” Attack of the Show (TV Show), August 2008

Natalie Haddad, “Stage and Canvas,” Real Detroit (Article), April 2003

Natalie Haddad, “Stage and Canvas,” Real Detroit (Article), April 2002