I’m a three-time Emmy award winning television photojournalist who has worked in local news for over twenty years. In 2016, I transitioned to documentary filmmaking. I have one project in production titled UNTITLED VIETNAM PROJECT. It’s a film that focuses around several families as they struggle to have their father’s names added to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. and the secrecy surrounding their disappearance. I’m also a freelance cinematographer, currently working on the documentary FLINT for Montrose Pictures Ltd. (YOU’VE BEEN TRUMPED) and NOTOWN for Defining Entrainment (DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’: EVERYMAN’S JOURNEY). I have also contributed cinematography work for a project for KQED in San Francisco. I’m a member of the International Documentary Association and The D-Word.