'I Think I'm Dead' aims to explore the thin line between the present and the past.

Shot within an hour in the historic Market Square in Knoxville, TN, the film uses slow motion, dissolves, ambient audio, and a minimal sound-track to create an almost transcendental atmosphere that allows the viewer to sync with the desired rhythm of the film, one that is evocative both of a dream-like state, and a hyper-awareness of the passage of time, and any connections between that could provoke an emotional reaction.

The function of the film could be best described as creating memories, while simultaneously witnessing their deterioration. It's neither linear nor non-chronological, but eternally in between, which can be similar to how one experiences life itself.