Film/TV Work

DOCUMENTARIES
THE BEAUTY OF ALL THINGS
Editor
Painter Hyman Bloom is one of the forefathers of abstract art in America, yet unknown to many.
RICHARD AND THE WALL - Working Title
richardDirector/Producer/Editor
This is a personal documentary about my journey to reconnect with my mother as she struggles with Parkinsons and aging, by traveling back with her and my father to Berlin to relive her dramatic escape over the Berlin Wall in 1961 and understand the woman who dared to cross the great divide alone.
THE FOUR-WINGED DINOSAUR - NOVA
fourAssociate Producer/Assistant Editor
Surprising Fossil from Northeastern China spurs debate over how birds evolve which leads to the collaborative efforts of biologists, aerodynamic engineers, animators and paleontologists to create a model to fly in the MIT windtunnel. The results are surprising and shed light on how birds may have evolved. The Film's Website
WE SHALL REMAIN
american experienceAssistant Editor
A provocative, multi-media project that establishes Native history as an essential part of U.S. history. Unprecedented collaborations between Native and non-Native filmmakers place Indian voices at the heart of five heartbreaking yet inspiring stories. The Film's Website
ROBERTO CLEMENTE
clementeAssistant Editor
An in-depth look at the Baseball legend, Roberto Clemente.
The Film's Website
LATIN MUSIC USA
Assistant Editor
From Latin Jazz and Mambo to Salsa, Tejano, Chicano Rock, Latin pop, and Reggaeton, Latin Music USA tells the story of the rise of new American music forged from powerful Latin roots and reveals the often overlooked influence of Latin music on Jazz, Hip Hop, Rhythm and Blues and Rock and Roll - and on all of American culture. It’s a fresh take on our musical history, reaching across time and across musical genres to embrace the exciting hybrid sounds created by Latinos, musical fusions that have deeply enriched popular music in the US over more than five decades. Airdate: September 2009
ENLIGHTEN-UP
Associate Producer/Assistant Editor
A Skeptic’s Journey into the world of yoga. Filmmaker Kate Churchill is determined to prove that yoga can transform anyone. Nick Rosen is skeptical but agrees to be her guinea pig. Kate immerses Nick in yoga, and follows him around the world as he examines the good, the bad and the ugly of yoga. The two encounter celebrity yogis, true believers, kooks and world-renowned gurus. Tensions run high as Nick’s transformational progress lags and Kate’s plan crumbles. What unfolds and what they discover is not what they expected.
WOODY GUTHRIE, AIN'T GOT NO HOME
woodyProduction Assistant
This program produced for American Masters explores Guthrie’s life, and music as well some of the lesser known sides of his creative genius. Woody Guthrie was America’ greatest folk singer. Blowing out of the Dust Bowl in Depression-era America, he merged traditional songs with politically charged lyrics to create a new branch of American popular music.
The Film's Website
VISIONARIES - EARTH UNIVERSITY
Associate Producer/Assistant Editor/ Spanish translator
Located in Guácimo, Limón, Costa Rica, EARTH is a private, international, non-profit university dedicated to education in the field of agricultural sciences and the rational use of natural resources. EARTH focuses on empowering emerging leaders throughout the region by providing them access to a quality education, equipping them with the skills, knowledge and strong values to improve the quality of life in their communities. Person by person, community by community, the University’s founders work together to build a brighter future for residents of the tropics.
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VISIONARIES - ICF
ICFAssociate Producer/Assistant Editor/Videographer
The International Crane Foundation (ICF) works worldwide to conserve cranes and the wetland and grassland ecosystems on which they depend.
BUILDING THE ALASKA HIGHWAY
alaskaProduction Assistant
The story about one of the biggest and most difficult construction projects ever undertaken.
The Film's Website
INDUSTRIALS, NEWS, MULTIMEDIA
STONYFIELD FARM
Editor
Visitor Center Video. 
A 20 minute video describing how Stonyfield Farm makes organic yogurt, to be shown at the Stonyfield Visitor Center in Londonderry, NH.
LA PLAZA, MARIA HINOJOSA
Editor
Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One is a provocative, in-depth series featuring interviews with America's foremost Latino artists, writers, activists and civic leaders.
GREATER BOSTON
Editor
Greater Boston, WGBH's nightly local program, examines the region's top news and newsmakers. Hosted by Emily Rooney, Greater Boston, combines feature reports and in–studio interviews, providing a fresh approach to and in-depth analysis of timely news, politics, and public affairs issues of local interest.
Harvard University - The Grootboom Community
Editor
This program was created in collaboration with the Case Program at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. The video portrays the Wallacedene "township" and includes interviews with its residents. The 1996 "post-apartheid" constitution of South Africa enumerates a variety of specific rights-among them a guarantee of access to housing and a right to shelter for children. Yet many millions of South Africans continued to live in shantytowns or worse, even after passage of the new Constitution. The case tells the story of one instance in which South African aspirations and realities collide. It focuses on a lawsuit filed by the resident of a shantytown known as Wallacedene, not far from Cape Town. Irene Grootboom cites the provisions of the South Africa Constitution's Bill of Rights in calling on the nation's Constitutional Court, its highest, to mandate that the government provide improved housing for herself and some 900 other residents of Wallacedene. Recent updates on the case. More information.
I’ll Make Me a World: Black Arts in the 20th Century
Production Assistant
Documentary examining 20th century African-American art through the stories of African-American writers, poets, painters, sculptors, musicians, dancers, actors and filmmakers.
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Harvard University: Nobody on the Podium
orpheusEditor
"Nobody on the Podium: Lessons about Leadership from the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra" is a program created in collaboration with the Case Program at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. The video examines, over time and through rehearsals and tours, the trials and triumphs of the Orpheus orchestra, focusing on internal tensions and debates based in its group management approach. Interviews with individual members capture the disparate needs and viewpoints within the group.
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Tunnel Visions
tunnelProduction Assistant
This program is hosted by world-renowned oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle. Her narration of the difficulties Boston faced in interpreting how best to proceed with its ambitious construction program, the Boston Harbor Project, provides one of the most lucid commentaries on the complex relationship between science and public policy. The Film's website
Realizing Glenn
Cinematographer/Editor
The National Film Challenge is an exhilarating filmmaking competition from the creators of the 48 Hour Film Project. Realizing Glen was the Winner in the Best Sci-Fi Category.