As a producer/director who is actively pursuing documentary film subjects, I am focusing my interests on the manner in which individual stories are told and can be expressed to a broader viewing audience.
I am further defining the impact my films have on an audience by performing all or part of the functions of writer, editor and cameraman on every film in which I am engaged.
On September 13th, 2013, I will hold a private screening of “Love Loss Life: The Beauty of a Slow Death” in York, PA. This will mark the official release of a short documentary film that honors Michele DeMeo who, diagnosed with ALS, was told she had seven months to live. Two years later Michele is still with us. You can learn more about the film and Michele at lovelosslife.org.
I am thrilled to have collaborated with my son, Jackson Nardelli and his band Bad Man Yells. Jackson’s song “Good Kind of Woman” is the theme song for my film. Please visit myspace.com/badmanyells.
I received a Creative Impact Award from the Cultural Alliance of York County, PA an organization that supports the development and exhibition of local artistic community projects. Please visit: culturalalliance-york.org.
I was a participant of an asset purchase agreement with STERIS Corporation who recently created an educational partnership with Michele DeMeo. Please visit: infectioncontroltoday.com/news/2013/07/steris-university-partners-with-sterile-processing-champion-on-training-materials.aspx.
I am proud to be recognized as a filmmaker by these entities.
For most of 2012-13 I was a videographer and educational policy advisor to Tom Allon, a NYC mayoral candidate who recently stepped down following his acquisition of “City&State First Read” a free New York State and NYC electronic political news publication that I highly recommend.
I continue to pursue personal projects that I believe represent new ideas that can improve how we live while fostering a spirit of community.