Thanks for visiting my site! I have spent the past 20 years working as an editor, producer, director, and writer on material including comedy, sports, reality, advertising, social media docs, webseries, and award-winning indie short films & features. You can see what I’ve been doing recently here.
I’ve lectured on the filmmaker/editor relationship for the non-profit organization Future Rising, and have led classes on Post-Production as an adjunct professor for Emerson College’s LA Program Director’s Workshop.
Here are some projects I’ve worked on in the past few years! Click on the links for more info!
Editing segments of the 2023 Daytime Emmys was a fun and memorable experience. I was given the opportunity to create a lifetime achievement award package for Susan Lucci, as well as a warm goodbye to the Rachael Rey show. Shortform and roll-in material is a specialty of mine, and I couldn’t have enjoyed this show more.
I have been an editor on 10 seasons of the poker world’s biggest tournament. As a tease, feature, and show editor, my work on the series has aired on ESPN, CBS Sports Network, and PokerGo. Each season, much like a reality/competition series, we follow the players as thousands are eliminated over the course of 11 days, leading to a small final table of the the sharpest poker minds in the world. Following the live broadcast of the event, we spend up to 7 weeks shaping a suspenseful and dramatic season of television.
Hip Hop Treasures, currently airing on A&E, delves deep into Hip Hop history in celebration of the 50th anniversary of “Rappers Delight” – the first mainstream hip-hop song that opened the door for an entire genre. Hosted by LL Cool J and Ice T, each episode investigates different artists and eras. I was very lucky to help edit episodes on Digital Underground, Fat Joe, Naughty By Nature, Public Enemy, and the Sugar Hill Gang.
I completed editing and color grading this celebrity-packed bittersweet comedy mockumentary feature from Launch Over just in time for its world premiere at FrightFest London 2022! It has since taken home 7 festival awards, and its run continues. Follow the movie on Facebook to see when it is playing near you!
Sitting Duck, a short horror-comedy that I wrote and directed, with Launch Over producing, recently finished a long festival run. It stars Tuesday Knight, from “A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master”, and Michael King. Legendary special effects guru Joe Castro lent us his incredible talents as well, for a very memorable final scene. We are very proud that is has won 16 festival awards to date, including Best Produced Script (Short) at GenreBlast, and Best Horror-Comedy Short at Horrorhaus Film Festival! Enjoy the trailer! If you want a link to the full film, please let me know – I’m happy to share it!
I had a ton of fun working as an editor on Season 2 of the Emmy-nominated Paramount Plus series Tooning out the News, creating short daily comedy segments.