No one should settle for boring video.
I tell stories for a wide spectrum of clients, with an artist’s sensibility and an eye for cinema (on a budget).
As a writer, producer, cinematographer, director and editor, I provide full spectrum video production capabilities that few can match.
View my showreel and a small selection of projects (below).
I shot this short film at the Secret Service training facility in Maryland, at an abandoned youth prison in Virginia that is currently used as a training facility for the top disaster response team in the USA, at a hospital in Virginia and at the emergency response center in Washington DC. It is the first live action film produced by the Department of Homeland Security. I used real first responders as actors in this film, and as usual working with them reaffirmed my great admiration.
It was a shoot with many personal highlights, but my favorites were hanging out of a speeding police car while a grip held my legs to keep me from falling out, and wrapping my legs around a pole while shooting a helicopter liftoff (so I wouldn’t get blown off the helipad).
I shot a couple of commercials for three sister restaurants in SE DC, to raise awareness of their location and to promote baseball tailgating at both locations. This is one of them.
I shot this trailer for Studio Theatre, to encourage interest in a particular production. I’ve worked on numerous trailers and films for theatre and dance organizations. I pride myself on my ability to make beautiful and creative performance work with few resources and short timelines.
I’ve created over a dozen short films for SMYAL, which provides services to homeless and at-risk LGBT youth. These videos are used to raise funds for the organization. I enjoy working with non-profit organizations to tell their stories and find creative ways to build interest and raise funds.
I made this commercial for a business consulting company, using a successful test case of theirs to promote their business.