Directed the horror-comedy "The Final Girls"
Directed his feature film debut "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas"
Directed several episodes of the internationally successful MTV Asia series "MTV Whatever Things"
Directed his first short film "Larceny"
In addition to his film work, Strauss-Schulson was also a successful commercial director, having directed spots fro Pepsi and Nestle, as well as the Academy Awards.
His interest in filmmaking began when his grandfather gifted him a VHS camera for his Bar Mitzvah.
Strauss-Schulson spent six months in China and Thailand shooting an internationally successful "Jackass" spin-off called "MTV Whatever Things" for MTV Asia.
"I always wanted to a be a director, from when I was 4 years old... I loved movies and that's what I wanted to be, and so I gravitated towards the movies where you could feel a director in it. So many of those older movies had this joy of cinema. Max Ophuls, Powell/Pressburger, Hitchcock, Busby Berkeley... The movies where you could feel the love of making movies." - from www.twitchfilm.com, March 20, 2015