Amos has produced audio/video works under the moniker SON OF IV PRODUCTIONS. Below is a short listing of his work.
VIDEO PRODUCTION HIGHLIGHTS
Amos' experimental short,
What Does it Mean to Capture a Soul? (1992), has been screened at film festivals and colleges throughout the United States. Additional production highlights include:
The Last World Trade Center Art Show (2001) for #AFTVNYC and his family video poem,
His works include:
Minorities in Media, comprised of interviews with former Village Voice writer Donna Minkowitz, former Vibe editor Jonathan Van Meter, performance artist Tabboo!, manager Bill Coleman, and singer Ultra Naté, as well as a series of untitled video sculptures surrounding civil rights and the African American community.
Amos has produced, directed, and edited The Artists Forum: AFTV (#AFTVNYC) a televised non-profit arts program airing bi-weekly on New York City's MNN Cable, featuring interviews with emerging and established artists, arts organizations, and industry professionals.