BIO INFO :: Lead Editor in film & broadcast industry for 20 years
North South Productions
E! Entertainment Television
Teen People Magazine
Billboard’s This Week In Music
Cablecam International LLC
Apple Eye Studios
Taos Film Festival
Virginia Tech University, B.A., Communications, Film & Video Production
Hunter College, NYC. Concentration: Film; N.S.E. program
Jolted into broadcast/film industry starting with E! channel's The Howard Stern Show in NYC.
Shortly after, moved to the pilot seat as Producer/Director of Live Music Channel, a NYC based production
company producing a TV series on FOX & Warner Bros. nationwide featuring bands such as Jane's Addiction,
Metallica, Bjork,Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails and loads more. Relocated to Los Angeles in 2002
primarily in the lead editorial seat for various networks and projects ranging from TV series to commercials
to music videos such as: One Way Out (Discovery Channel); E! Investigative series (NBC/Universal):
Death of Michael Jackson, Jaycee Dugard, Farrah Fawcett; True Hollywood Story series;
Red Bull X-Fighters (ESPN); Air Race World Series (FoxSports); Boulevard of Broken Dreams (E!);
Setup (Speed Channel); The Heroes Post Show (G4); Hilton series (NBC), Jersey Shore (MTV),
Repo Games (Speed Channel), Catfish (MTV), Suspect (MTV).
The feature film gamut is comprised of powerful docs such as multi-award winner,
"Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch", a story on the large mountains of plastic
in the middel of our great pacific ocean. "The Black Zone" is a documentary on Burmese backpack medics
sneaking into the dangerous areas of Burma's black zones to help wounded civilians due to the Burmese military strikes
against its own people. "Bon in Dolpo" has also been awarded best documentary feature in several large film festivals and
is about 5 rural villages in Nepal that have no imports/exports and have been operating and living this way since the
10th century and practic the ancient religion, Bon.
Currently accepting one feature film per year.
(Promos, commercials and/or a series accepted in between features).