I've got twenty years of experience in television production, ranging from documentary and reality programs to game shows and talk shows. I've been in the field, and I've been in post. I've shot everything from high-risk SWAT raids to opulent birthday parties for rich teenagers. I've done history, science, crime, food, travel, dating, home renovation—even the saga of JonBenét Ramsey.
I'm a skilled vérité cameraman. I can keep up with fast-moving stories and make sound story decisions on the fly.
I've run a number of series, giving me a solid understanding of format and structure, and the necessary skills to manage a staff of creative people.
I can make anything—ANYTHING—out of gaff tape.
Took over the helm of Notorious, a ten-part series destined for Reelz. Wrote or re-wrote all of the scripts.
Shot and/or produced for WTVS, Detroit's public television station.
Helped to produce a multi-part documentary series about Detroit, executive produced by Anthony Bourdain, and based on the book Once in a Great City.
Produced and directed a pilot for HGTV.
Wrote and re-wrote scripts for the Radical Media/NatGeo science/futurism series Year Million.
Supervised production on History Channel Series Detroit Steel.
Shot on a docu-series about a record mogul who turned out to be a heroin dealer.
Supervised field operations and story development for Showtime's documentary series A Season With Notre Dame, which followed Notre Dame's football program on their quest for a national championship. Each episode only three days after the featured game.
Shot and produced on the HGTV/DIY series Rehab Addict with Nicole Curtis.