1. These episodes of "A Haunting" often play like a network drama, with scenes and acting that are surprisingly good for a recreations show about people who believe they've been haunted by supernatural entities. I wrote the screenplay for this episode, writing scenes, dialog, narration, and selecting bites from participants. This episode has a strong performance from the male lead.

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  2. I wrote, produced, and field directed this episode about Porsche's legendary factory in Stuttgart, Germany.

    The challenge is Porsche would only give us three days in their factories; good thing I had already made another Ultimate Factories episode in a car factory so I understood the basic processes.

    There are a few fun clips here, including a bit about Porsche's automated transport carts -- basically robots that roam the factory dropping off engine parts and picking up assembled engines. I'm also proud of the closing clip, which compares and contrasts manufacturing processes from the early days of the Porsche 911 to today's processes.

    Best part of this shoot -- driving that blue 911 GT3 on the Autobahn at 150 miles per hour (when you get the side view of the car on the highway, that's me driving!)

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  3. Yes, this was a good gig.

    I produced, wrote, and field directed this episode which captures Lamborghini's factory as the build the special limited edition $475,000 Murcielago SV. They only made 350 of these cars.

    I took this project from the development stage, negotiating with the factory for access, directing in the field, writing, and working closely with the editors (I also selected all the music cues), all the way through the mix and color correction. I also directed the jib-armed studio shots you see of the orange car.

    There are a few unique clips I've selected here, including a fun bit we happened upon while filming the black Murcielago at Vallelunga Speedway; it just so happens that the Italian State Police have two Lamborghini pursuit cars and they were taking driving lessons at the track. The network made this segment a snapout, but I still love it.

    BTW, Lamborghini's cafeteria has food that is superior to most Italian restaurants in San Francisco. Workers enjoy an espresso before going back to their jobs.

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  4. A while back, I wrote this episode of the kid version of the Hercules show. It was the last season of the show.

    I think it shows a fun, imaginative side.

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  5. I wrote, produced, and directed this episode on BMW's newest SUV. In addition to the usual tasks, I also placed all of the POV cameras (Go Pros) that capture the many of the usual angles seen in this clip. This episode was produced for National Geographic Channel.

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