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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Crazy Eights (2007)
Six people are brought together at the funeral of a childhood friend. While settling the estate, they discover a map, which leads them on a search for a long forgotten time capsule, at the request of their dead friend. What they discover reawakens repressed childhood traumas and leads them on a j
2.
Hawken's Breed (1989)
Hawken, a drifter traversing the West in the 1840s, comes to rescue a young Shawnee woman and immediately falls in love with her. He then takes it upon himself to avenge the brutal murder of the girl's family.

Cast (special)

3.
Dandelion Dead (1994)
Two-part drama based on one of the most celebrated murder trials in British legal history. A solicitor in a small town in the 1920s is in conflict on three fronts: at home, with his domineering and unstable wife; at work, with his ambitious business rival; and outdoors, with the dandelions that have
4.
Better Days (1992) as Waiter
A lonely rural widower goes to live with his son in the suburbs and must adjust to a new lifestyle.

Cinematography (special)

5.
Johnson Tapes: Uncivil Liberties, The (2000) as Assistant Camera Operator
Draws on the 600 hours of Oval Office phone recordings released by President Lyndon Johnson's heirs to focus on the political triangle of LBJ, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Utilizes the taped conversations, internal FBI and White House documents, on

Writer (special)

6.
Stationed in the Stars (2000) as Writer
On December 2, 1998, the space shuttle Endeavor blasted off from Cape Kennedy carrying the first stage of the world's most ambitious and expensive engineering venture of all time -- the International Space Station. The program looks at this mission, the risks and hazards of long-term operations in s
7.
Beast of Loch Ness, The (1999) as Writer
Two American scientists use state-of-the-art sonar and sensitive underwater cameras in an attempt to track down and identify the Loch Ness Monster.

Producer (special)

8.
Stationed in the Stars (2000) as Producer
On December 2, 1998, the space shuttle Endeavor blasted off from Cape Kennedy carrying the first stage of the world's most ambitious and expensive engineering venture of all time -- the International Space Station. The program looks at this mission, the risks and hazards of long-term operations in s
9.
Killer's Trail (1999) as Program Development
The death of Marilyn Sheppard in 1954 is one of the most famous unsolved murders in America. The indictment of her husband, Dr. Sam Sheppard, quickly became the "Trial of the Century," then the "Retrial of the Century," making a celebrity out of lawyer F. Lee Bailey. Although most of the forensic ev
10.
Beast of Loch Ness, The (1999) as Co-Producer
Two American scientists use state-of-the-art sonar and sensitive underwater cameras in an attempt to track down and identify the Loch Ness Monster.

Editing (special)

11.
What's Up With the Weather? (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary that examines global warming by addressing the following questions: Does the release of greenhouse gases threaten the future of human life on the planet? According to many politicians and scientists, the answer is yes -- Earth is experiencing the first portents of a potential global cata
12.
Tales From the Hive (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary that chronicles a year in the life of a bee colony. The sequences include the wedding flight of the colony's virgin queen as she mates in mid-air with a drone; the life-and-death battle between two rival queens for the colony's throne; and the defeat and death of a thieving wasp at the e
13.
Trillion Dollar Bet, The (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary that follows the riches-to-rags story of two young mathematicians who tried to bring science and reason into the world of investment, and how their efforts collapsed in an irrational panic that swept the world's markets.
14.
Secrets of Lost Empires (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary that follows teams of inquisitive people as they struggle to duplicate the technological feats of ancient civilizations.
15.
Lost Tribes of Israel (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
At the heart of the Jewish tradition lies the mystery of the Lost Tribes of Israel. Ever since their defeat and banishment by the Assyrians in 722 BC, the Lost Tribes' fate has inspired countless claims to Jewish ancestry by groups scattered on every continent. The program follows the first attempt
16.
Lost on Everest (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary about the disappearance of British climber George Mallory and his companion Andrew Irvine, on June 8, 1924, near the summit of Mount Everest. Did Mallory and Irvine actually reach the top of Everest 29 years before Hillary and Tensing? Could they possibly have survived the conditions at
17.
Stationed in the Stars (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
On December 2, 1998, the space shuttle Endeavor blasted off from Cape Kennedy carrying the first stage of the world's most ambitious and expensive engineering venture of all time -- the International Space Station. The program looks at this mission, the risks and hazards of long-term operations in s
18.
Diamond Deception, The (2000) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary about the breakthroughs that have been made in makeshift labs in Russia and China that may transform the marketing of diamonds, the world's most desirable gem. Modern science is closing in on the ability to manufacture gem-quality diamonds in a few days, instead of the billions of years
19.
Electric Heart (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary that tells the story of a group of doctors' search for a practical artificial heart. The program dramatizes their rivalries and frequent battles against the skepticism of the medical establishment. Among the many characters is Dr. Michael DeBakey, who at age 90 is still at the forefront
20.
Time Travel (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary about the possibility of time travel in the future. Many leading physicists now believe that time travel is possible and are now discussing how to build a time machine. Physicists discuss achieving it with "quantum wormholes" and some "exotic matter."
21.
Escape! Because Accidents Happen (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Special that explores what good can come from senseless tragedies. Each part outlines how engineers draw on the experience of accidents and disasters to redesign or reinvent new safety features, so that when history repeats itself, it does so with less tragic consequences.
22.
Fall of the Leaning Tower (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Even before it was finished, the Leaning Tower of Pisa began to topple, shaken by earthquakes and sinking slowly into the unstable soil. Presently, the top hangs 16 feet over the base and collapse seems imminent. The documentary follows a decade-long search for a solution to correct the lean and sav
23.
Battle Alert in the Gulf (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
An examination of U.S. war capability and the technology of a changing battlefield in a post-Cold War scenario.
24.
Surviving AIDS (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
The story of the ongoing battle to fight the AIDS virus. The program looks at the most promising research from the scientific community and tells the story of the battle for a cure through the experiences of patients.
25.
Volcanoes of the Deep (1999) as Senior Editor (Program Development) ("Nova")
Examines the exotic life that exists in the seemingly hostile environment of deep sea volcanoes. These oases hold clues to how life may exist elsewhere in the universe and to how life may have begun on Earth.
26.
Island of the Spirits (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary about the animals of the remote island of Hokkaido, thrust out into the North Pacific in the far north of Japan.
27.
Decoding Nazi Secrets (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
By the summer of 1940, Hitler had conquered nearly all of Europe and surrender seemed imminent. But Winston Churchill had a secret weapon -- the world's most curious military unit, known as Station X. In a converted English country mansion, crossword fanatics, chess champions, mathematicians and Egy
28.
Beast of Loch Ness, The (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Two American scientists use state-of-the-art sonar and sensitive underwater cameras in an attempt to track down and identify the Loch Ness Monster.
29.
To the Moon (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
A celebration of the 30th anniversary of the moon landing and an examination of the future of space technology.
30.
Submarines, Secrets and Spies (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Reveals the submarine accidents and high-risk spy missions that helped win the Cold War. Oceanographer and explorer Robert Ballard searches for clues to two tragedies of the Cold War, the wrecks of the nuclear submarines Thresher and Scorpion. Declassified footage gives a glimpse of the wrecks and a
31.
Voyage of Doom (1999) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Buried in the shallow mud beneath the waters of Matagorda Bay in Texas lies the only remnant of a tragic episode of the age of discovery. In the 1660s, France hatched a plan to control the whole of North America by seizing the Mississippi trade route. Led by LaSalle, four ships set sail in search of
32.
Special Effects: Titanic and Beyond (1998) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Goes behind the scenes of the feature film "Titanic" and shows how James Cameron achieved his vision. Also reveals screts behind the explosions on the set of "The X-Files Movie" and the work that went into the animation in "Flubber."
33.
Ice Mummies (1998) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary special highlights the science of the frozen past. Includes a journey to the Andes in search of clues to the ancient rite of "capacocha" -- child sacrifice; a journey to Siberia to search for information on the nomadic Pazyrk people who ruled the steppes of Central Asia 2400 years ago; a
34.
Deadly Shadow of Vesuvius (1998) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Examines the geological evidence that suggests that Mt. Vesuvius, a volcano dormant since 1944, is on the move again. The program looks at scientific measurements of the volcano, at the threat posed by an eruption to the more than two million people who live under its shadow and at the critical day
35.
Leopards of the Night (1998) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Observes the leopard society of the Luangua Valley in Zambia, revealing the challenges and dangers faced daily by the animals.
36.
Perfect Pearl, The (1998) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Explores the mystery of the pearl, a jewel that requires no mining, extraction, cutting or polishing to reveal its beauty. The program visits locations where pearls are harvested by divers and to farms where huge numbers of pearl are grown.
37.
Terror in Space (1998) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
Documentary surveys the problems aboard the aging Mir space station through the eyes of the Russian cosmonauts and the American astronauts who lived through them.
38.
Everest: The Mystery of Mallory and Irvine (1986) as Senior Editor Of Program Development ("Nova")
On the morning of June 8, 1924, George Mallory and Andrew Irvine started up the final slopes of Mount Everest with a good chance of being the first ever to climb the world's tallest mountain. Shortly after midday, they were spotted less than 1000 feet from the top. Then the clouds rolled in and they

Misc. Crew (special)

39.
TR, The Story of Theodore Roosevelt (1996) as Proposal Consultant
Biographical documentary examining the life of Theodore Roosevelt.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

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