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Director/Producer
Death Row Stories "Family Lies"
Jigsaw Productions/Sundance Productions
HLN Premiere 2018

Episode of 8x60 interview-driven series with abstract recreations of murder cases that pose hard questions about the justice system. "Family Lies" tells the story of Anthony Graves, wrongfully convicted and eventually exonerated from Texas Death Row. Alex Gibney, Robert Redford, Brad Hebert, Laura Michalchyshyn, Executive Producers.

Director/Producer
Death Row Stories "Snitch Work"
Jigsaw Productions/Sundance Productions
HLN Premiere 2018

Episode of 8x60 interview-driven series with abstract recreations of murder cases that pose hard questions about the justice system. "Snitch Work" is about Walter Ogrod, who has spent 21 years on Pennsylvania Death Row based solely on a confession that attorneys and experts have determined to be false. Alex Gibney, Robert Redford, Brad Hebert, Laura Michalchyshyn, Executive Producers.

Director/Producer
Autism Is For Life: The Story of Jeanine Lazili
Lucky Two Productions
HBO Premiere 2017

Commissioned 3-minute short film for Jon Stewart's Night of Too Many Stars autism benefit, broadcast live on HBO. Kahane Cooperman and Raphaela Niehausen, Executive Producers.

Co-Producer/Story Producer
The New Yorker Presents
Jigsaw Productions
Amazon Video Premiere 2016

Emmy-shortlisted 11x30 series of short documentaries, scripted short films and cartoons adapted from the iconic New Yorker magazine. I oversaw creative editorial of numerous pieces including "The Chicken King of Harlem" for which I also directed the voiceover interview. Alex Gibney & Kahane Cooperman, Executive Producers.

Producer
How to Dance in Ohio
Gidalya Pictures
HBO Premiere 2015

Peabody Award-winning, Emmy-shortlisted feature documentary. Verite, character-driven story of three young women on the autism spectrum working with their social skills therapy groups to prepare to attend a prom. Premiered in competition at Sundance 2015. Directed by Alexandra Shiva. Jason Blum, Executive Producer.

Producer
Fugitive Chronicles
Raw TV
A&E Premiere 2010

Two episodes ("Darli Velazquez" and "John Hawkins") of 8x60 visually-driven docu-drama series recreating law enforcers' hunt and capture of criminal fugitives. Shot in US and Mallorca, with professional stunt teams. Directed by Jonathan Rudd. Bart Layton, Executive Producer.

Producer
Shots in the Dark
Radical Media
Court TV/Channel 4 Britain Premiere 2001

Documentary special following a Newark crime scene photographer and New York Daily News crime beat photographer. Written and hosted on-screen by Harold Evans with curated archival photography. Directed by Derek Cianfrance. Jack Lechner, Executive Producer.

Director/Editor
Philip Seymour Hoffman Interview
IFC Films, 2009

Exclusive interview for the broadcast release of the feature animated film Mary and Max, in which Hoffman voiced the lead role.

Producer
Fan Club: ABBA
Radical Media
VH1 Premiere 2002

Single episode of 10x60 character-driven music series following three rabid fans of the iconic band. Directed by Bruce Sinofsky. Joe Berlinger, Executive Producer.

Producer/2nd Unit Director
Food for Thought: Good Taste in Art
Judge Belshaw Productions, 2000

Spec pilot episode for a series about two food artists follows a gallery show of pasta paintings which are marched through Tribeca to an event where they were served as part of a meal created by Chef Daniel Boloud. Multiple formats (Super 16, DV, Super 8). Directed by Jonathan Judge. George Belshaw, Executive Producer.

Post Supervisor
Blue Bloods
CBS Television, 2011

Supervised 3-edit room post production, including management of online conform, titling and credits, ADR, VFX, and clearances for Season 1 of top rated prime time drama series starring Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynihan, Len Cariou and Will Estes. Editors include Peter Frank, Alex Hall, Tom Moore, Charles McLelland.