I began my production career in the mid 80s working with Keith Griffiths and Simon Field (the 2010 winners of the Palme d’Or) on television arts documentaries for Channel 4 London and the BBC. I have also worked with a number of independent filmmakers, and in 1991 received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to produce the documentary film “Late City Final: Motion Pictures from the End of Times Square” with director/D.P.’s Jem Cohen and Jeff Preiss. In addition to my work on various corporate and commercial productions, I also worked from 1992-1997 on a series of television projects for Sheila Nevins at HBO, culminating in 1997 with the feature documentary film, “Dragtime,” which I co-produced with Patti Kaplan for HBO’s America Undercover series. In 1998 I produced and directed "Bruce Davdison – Making Contact" for WNET's "City Arts" series for which I was nominated for a New York Emmy Award for Outstanding Fine Arts Programming. In 2001 I was a staff producer for the Metro Channel’s Gotham TV series during which time I produced a number of documentary segments as well as a series of short pieces with comic Marc Maron (for which Maron won a NY Emmy). In 2002 I was a producer on the independent documentary film "The Desert is No Lady" (Women Make Movies). In 2003 I developed a pilot for the intended music series “The Edge of Brooklyn” with Ravi Coltrane in conjunction with City Lights Media Group and Context Studios. In 2012 I completed an independently produced documentary, Nobody Knows, about men in long-term relationships. I am currently finishing up a long form music video for the song Luna Park by Torne Lake and in pre-production on another for Blackt Out from the 2013 Lee Ranaldo and the Dust Matador release, Last Night on Earth.