I am a videographer and photographer with over twenty years of experience in commercial, feature and broadcast production. My career in television started as a studio cameraman for the NBC affiliate in Portland, Maine. It was an amazing learning experience guided by generous mentors. I was promoted to commercial photographer and filmed hundreds of commercials, public service announcements and special programs.
After moving to Boston and embarking on a freelance career I was fortunate to be hired by many of the top production companies in New England. Projects varied from commercial and broadcast productions to corporate and institutional programming for technology, medical, educational and bio-science industries. I had the opportunity to work with some of the most talented directors and producers in New England. In addition to film and video projects I also worked as a lighting designer for many multi-camera productions.
When the Christian Science Monitor launched their cable news network they hired me to shoot for their Special Projects unit where I was responsible for location videography for over a half dozen weekly shows. I also worked on a number of broadcast productions for Hearst-Argyle, Lifetime, Telepictures, ABC, NBC, CBS and PBS. I joined the School of Film and Television at Boston University where I taught non-linear editing and cinematography, and managed Film Production Services.
In 2004 I moved to Tucson to work for the Media Arts Department at the University of Arizona. In 2014 I joined the University of Arizona Office of Communications where I get to tell the stories of the most talented and inspirational students, faculty and staff. Not too long ago, I published my two-hundredth video story for UA News.
Moving images…motion pictures; my life.