Garland has worked in television and film in the United States and abroad for over ten years. He recently
co-directed/produced 180 Days: A Year Inside An American School which aired on PBS. He also served as a cinematographer for director Yoruba Richen's feature documentary The New Black airing in 2014 on PBS.
Other professional credits include field producer on Black in America 4, for CNN, producer/shooter on the BET’s Ed Gordon Special Homecoming: The Killing of DJ Henry, videographer for Haiti: One Day, One Destiny a production of National Black Programming Consortiums broadcast series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange and field producing on the TV One series Murder In Black and White.
He holds a BA in Radio-TV-Film from Howard University and an MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts graduate film school.