LJ Frezza is an artist and curator working at the intersections of media and everyday experience.
He lives in New York City, where he edits video professionally for both television and the Internet. He is also a long-standing film programmer for the Spectacle Theater.
- ‘A Brief History of Hollywood Whitewashing’ Video Traces Controversy Before ‘Ghost in the Shell’ / IndieWire
- Unsung: Go Behind the Scenes with the Men and Women Who Make Film Happen / Film School Rejects
- Publish and Perish: Video Essays in the Age of Social Media / 4:3
- Cool Crowds Don't Stare at Superheroes / Nerdist
- Paul Verhoeven Uses Mass Media to Troll Hollywood / No Film School
- Watch: The Radical Beauty of Tangerine / Filmmaker Magazine
- Top Ten Art Shows of 2015 / City Paper
- The best of 2014 in cinematic nonfiction / Sight & Sound
- Kevin B. Lee Picks the Year's Best Video Essays / IndieWire
- A Seinfeld remix collects the show's moments of true nothingness / AV Club
- Emptiness is the dark heart of 'Seinfeld' / The Verge
- 6 Minutes of Nothing Is the Most Meta 'Seinfeld' Supercut Ever / Mashable
- What 'Seinfeld' Would Be Like If the World Were Dead / VICE