Dominic J. DeJoseph received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film, Photography, and Visual Art from Ithaca College in 1991. His first job in film was working for producer Roger Corman. From 1991 to 1995, he worked for Michael Stipe’s independent film production company, C-Hundred Film Corp, directing and editing short films and music videos. In 1996, he founded his own independent production company, Black Shoe Films, though which he has directed music videos for R.E.M., and documentaries featuring Wim Wenders and Bono. His films and videos have been screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, the South by Southwest Film Festival, the Montreal Festival of New Cinema/New Media,, the Sarasota Film Festival, Revelation Perth in Australia, and CineRAIL in France, as well as on MTV and IFC. His most recent film, “Johnny Berlin,” was just purchased by The Documentary Channel. Dominic currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.