matt mccormick is an artist and filmmaker who has made several award winning short films in recent years. mccormick's work has screened in film festivals, art museums, and microcinemas around the globe, and appeared on mtv and the sundance channel. his work has received positive reviews from artforum, the new york times, and film comment magazine. mccormick has worked and collaborated with many artists and musicians, including the shins, miranda july, sleater-kinney, the postal service, and calvin johnson. mccormick has had three films screen at the sundance film festival, and been included in the traveling group exhibitions “uncertain states of america” and “baja to vancouver.” he has received awards including best short film from the san francisco international film fest, best experimental from the new york underground film fest, and best short from the ann arbor film fest. his film ‘the subconscious art of graffiti removal’ was named as a ‘top 10 film of 2002’ by both the village voice and artforum magazine. currently, mccormick is putting the final touches on his first feature film some days are better than others.