Can't See You - 2012

Video still from the Can't See You music video, released in 2012, that follows the story of Rebecca from a young girl to a young adult. Originally conceived as an anti-domestic violence statement intended to open the eyes of its viewers to the horrors that often lie just beneath the surface.

Stealing Heather frontman Joshua Aaron
Another shot of the happy family with Mom (played by Carolyn Feinstein) and Dad (played by Ben Woodcock) having fun with their daughter (played by Stephanie Woodcock)
Stealing Heather's guitarist Jim Briggs
Stealing Heather frontman Joshua Aaron
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) examines a bruise on her arm, courtesy of her mother
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) reverts into her head to cope with the sexual abuse by her father
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) finally makes it home only to be subjected to the incestual abuse of her father (played by Robert Bagnell)
Boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) about to pickup Rebecca
The domestic violence continues with Dad (played by Robert Bagnell) chokes Mom (played by Amy Jo Traicoff)
Flashback scene to the constant fighting and abuse in Rebecca's family
Rebecca walks by and sees a happy family (played by Carolyn Feinstein (Mom), Ben Woodcock (Dad), Stephanie Woodcock (Daughter), sharing a meal together
Stealing Heather's guitarist Jim Briggs
Stealing Heather's guitarist Jim Briggs
Stealing Heather frontman Joshua Aaron
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) flirts with the cute guy in the car (played by Skyler Hart)
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) makes it back home and is reeling from the events of the evening
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) decides she has had enough and gives her mother a defiant stare
Mom (played by Amy Jo Traicoff) examines a facial bruise after fighting with her husband (played by Robert Bagnell)
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) has her eyes washed out after her father's eruption at the dinner table where he broke a plate against the wall
Boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) talking to Rebecca
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) collapses against a building after escaping from her boyfriend's attempted rape
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) seems ready for anything
Stealing Heather's bassist George Bohdan
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) plays by herself while her parents argue in the background
Delusional that her daughter won't immediately come to her rescue, Mom (played by Amy Jo Traicoff) pleads for young Rebecca's assistance
Stealing Heather frontman Joshua Aaron
The exact moment when the plate smashes against the wall after Dad (played by Robert Bagnell) throws it off the dinner table
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) is first shown as a teenager after leaving her troubled home
Trying to look cool, Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) smoke a cigarette while waiting for her boyfriend
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) flirts with the cute guy in the car (played by Skyler Hart)
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) and her boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) driving off together
The couple parks in a deserted alleyway
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) gets angry and fights back
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) hides from her fighting parents behind a couch with her teddy bear
Rebuffed by Rebecca, the boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) has a moment of bewilderment
Boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) turns on Rebecca
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) sits alone in the kitchen eating dinner
Mom (played by Amy Jo Traicoff) reaches out to young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) after Mom finds herself on the receiving end of her husband's temper
Stealing Heather's Joshua Aaron and Jim Briggs cross their guitars while playing
Stealing Heather frontman Joshua Aaron
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) rests for a short moment after escaping her boyfriend's clutches
After being kicked back by Rebecca, the boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) is dazed
The boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) softly kisses Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy)
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) hits the ground hard after escaping the attempted rape by her boyfriend
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) seems confident and ready to take on anything the world throws at her
Our couple jumps into the backseat for a little fun
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) is bruised and battered after escaping from her boyfriend
Slammed into the frame of the car, the boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) holds his head
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) realizes what she has done after brutally scratching the boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart)
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) gets closer as things heat up
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) is pinned down as the boyfriend (played by Skyler Hart) attempts to rape her
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) apologizes for backing off
Young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria) takes one last look back at her abusive mother before she opens the door to her new life
As her father (played by Robert Bagnell) washes out young Rebecca's eyes, he stares accusingly at his wife (played by Amy Jo Traicoff) while she looks back in disbelief that he is blaming her for his actions
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) moves in for a kiss
Our couple gets back into their makeout session
Mom (played by Amy Jo Traicoff) spanks young Rebecca (played by Grace Santa Maria), taking out her own frustrations on her daughter
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) runs as fast as she can away from the nightmarish events that just occured with her boyfriend
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) flashes back to the men who hurt her
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) apologizes again for backing off
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) arrives back at her front door, still reeling from the night's events
Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) runs as fast as she can away from the nightmarish events that just occured with her boyfriend
Dad (played by Robert Bagnell) stares creepily at Rebecca from across the room
After Rebecca (played by Erin Conroy) finally makes it home, her father (played by Robert Bagnell) cozies up and starts touching her
Flashback scene to the constant fighting and abuse in Rebecca's family