As a producer and director, I often wear many hats on any given project. The clips you’ll see above are from projects I have produced and directed, and many of them I have written and edited as well.
That is not to say I’ve not had help along the way. Filmmaking is a team sport, and much of my work I created while employed by different production companies where I had access to resources and personnel that made my vision a reality. I have worked with some incredibly resourceful, creative production companies and their producers, and have created many of these projects with the help of some of the most talented, skilled, and overall spectacular (and good-looking!) crew members in the industry.
In addition to working in the top jobs, I often have the honor to work as a crew member on other productions. Sometimes these are enormous commercials, sometimes these are feature films, short films, or festival entries, and sometimes they are multi-million-dollar television shows. As a crew member, I have been known to work as an Assistant Director, Director of Photography, Gaffer, Grip, Assistant Camera, Locations Department, and even a PA for the right projects (hey, I’d work just about any position to get my name in the credits of a Jurassic Park movie).
In post production, I am both a Premiere and a Final Cut Pro editor (6, 7, and X), and I can be pretty handy with After Effects and other Adobe Creative Cloud programs.