|Partial Resume of Documentaries and TV Journalism credits:
- Letters from Africa ,the Disney Channel national emmy award for directing
- The Lowdown, Children's TV documentary highest rated show for it's series in 1998
- Heart of Darkness , Discovery Channel Hunter Thompsen Interview
- Behind the Music, Biography of John Denver , VH1
- Life and Times of John Denver, TNN
- Expedition Earth, ESPN Adventure Series: Big cats, sharks, elephants, kayaking.
- Jimmy Carter Biography, A&E
- Canon photo Safaris (Bali, Amazon)
- "Avalanche!" National Geographic Explorer
- BBC Sport: Ski Sunday
- World's Greatest Stunts FOXTV
- "A Family of Women" Turner Networks
- Profile of Gilbert Varga, classical conductor, ARD
- 24 Hours of Aspen, ARD
- Sport: Ski Sunday, documentary 24 hours of Aspen, BBC
- CNNFN Lou Dobbs interviews ceo's
- The Crusaders, TV news magazine
- Flyfishing the World, Bahamas, Alaska, Georgia
- iNEXTV, Snow Polo web streaming
- National Emmy award for Cinematography "Expedition Earth" ESPN
- National Emmy award for Directing "Letters from Africa", Disney Channel
- Gold Apple Award. "Letters From Africa"
- Cindy Award (x2)
- Ace nomination
- 1998 Media Arts Fellow: Colorado Council of the Arts
- Film Festival Awards:
- Telluride Film Festival
- Banff Film Festival
Works in Progress
Portrait of a Teacher:
For four years I have been working on a television documentary about Dorothy DeLay. Miss DeLay, at 82 is the world's preeminent classical violin teacher.Almost every famous violin soloist performing today has spent time in her studios at the Juilliard school in New York and at the Aspen Music School. Her favorite students are child prodigies, who seem to "get it" years before their peers. In this film we are exploring the nature of creativity, genius, discipline, and confidence in a child's education. Portrait of a Teacher is funded through grants from individuals and foundations, and it is a labor of love for me. We have interviewed many of her famous students and peers, including Sarah Chang, Nadia Salerno-Sonnenberg, Gil Shaham, Robert McDuffie, and many others.) It is sometimes frustrating to take so long to make a film, but as time passes I get the opportunity to see her students mature.
We work with 4:3 and widescreen 16mm and 35mm film, Beta SP and digital video formats in both PAL and NTSC. We also use 35mm still cameras, digital still cameras and imaging equipment.