I've been producing, writing, shooting and editing non-fiction content for over 20 years.
I started my production company, CaveLight Films, in 2010 with the aim of creating media that has a positive social impact. Some of our clients include FOOD NETWORK DIGITAL, GOOGLE, HYPER MARTIAL ARTS and a wide-cross section of non-profits, start-ups and various organizations. http://www.cavelightfilms.com/workhome/
Before starting CaveLight Films, I wrote and produced numerous TV and documentary projects for Travel Channel, A&E Network, Discovery Channel and Animal Planet, as well as produced TV commercials abroad for brands that include Adidas, Samsung and Head & Shoulders. I also occasionally do freelance video work for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN and other outlets.
In October, 2016, I directed and released my first feature length documentary film, THE COST OF CONSTRUCTION. The film investigates a string of controversial deaths in Las Vegas during the construction of MGM's CityCenter, the most expensive private construction project in US history. The film unfolds to look at worker safety nationally, revealing a pattern of negligence at the highest corporate and government levels. http://www.thecostofconstruction.org
In between producing videos and renting out gear, I teach an after school program, teaching documentary film to Brooklyn middle school students. We make a five minute doc each semester. Check out our site to see some of their work!
Education: Masters, UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism / BS, Ithaca College