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Birth Place: Profession: Film Production - Lighting/Electrical ...
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Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (feature film)

1.
Mastergate (1992)
An adaptation of Larry Gelbart's play about the U.S. Senate Watergate hearings in 1973-74. In this political satire, it is alleged that government functionaries used a Hollywood studio to funnel money to right-wing guerrillas.

Cinematography (special)

2.
World's Greatest Magic III, The (1996) as Director Of Photography
A special from Circus Maximus at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, featuring top magicians from around the world who perform close-up magic, escape acts, levitations and tricks.
3.
Barbra: The Concert (1994) as Video Lighting Consultant
Concert footage from Anaheim, Calfornia, the last stop on Barbra Streisand's first singing tour in nearly three decades, as well as footage of her 1994 New Year's concert from The MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas.

Film Production - Main (special)

4.
VH1 Big Backyard Barbecue With the Goo Goo Dolls, The (1999) as Photography
The Goo Goo Dolls perform live from the backyard of the winner of the Big Backyard Barbecue Sweepstakes.
5.
Magic of David Copperfield: The Niagara Falls Challenge, The (1990) as Photography
A special in which illusionist David Copperfield attempts to escape from a chained raft while being hung above Niagara Falls. Copperfield also performs others acts of magic and sleight-of-hand feats.

Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (special)

6.
Motown 45 (2004) as Lighting Designer
Music special commemorating the 45th anniversary of Motown Records and featuring Motown recording artists as well as celebrities who have been influenced by the "Motown sound."
7.
Survivor All-Stars: America's Tribal Council (2004) as Lighting Designer
The cast of "Survivor: All-Stars" reunites and a second castaway is awarded $1 million based on viewer votes.
8.
Kathy Griffin: The D-List (2004) as Lighting Designer
Special based on Kathy Griffin's weekly stand-up show at Los Angeles' Laugh Factory, "The D List," which revolves around her life as a minor celebrity and her interactions with other minor celebrities under the status she calls "The D-List."
9.
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2004) as Lighting Designer
An award show that celebrates classic television.
10.
Carol Burnett Show: Let's Bump Up The Lights, The (2004) as Lighting Designer
The special reunites the cast of "The Carol Burnett Show" featuring clips and memorable moments from the audience question and answer segments and opens up the floor for new questions.
11.
Summer Music Mania 2003 (2003) as Lighting Designer
Bill Bellamy hosts this show and highlights include numerous musical performances and the announcement of the Teen Choice Award nominees.
12.
7th Annual Prism Awards (2003) as Lighting Designer
Awards show that gives accolades to realistic portrayals of drug, alcohol and tobacco useage in film and television.
13.
Hollywood Celebrates Denzel Washington: An American Cinematheque Tribute (2003) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 17th American Cinematheque award presentation. Actor/Director Denzel Washington is honored by the American Cinematheque for his body of work.
14.
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2003) as Lighting Designer
Award show which honors the legendary and most beloved programs in television history.
15.
34th Annual Dove Awards, The (2003) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the Gospel Music Association's Dove Awards presentation from The Gaylord Entertaiment Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
16.
MTV Bash (2003) as Lighting Designer
A comedy roast, MTV-style, that will center on TRL host Carson Daly.
17.
Outrageous Halloween Outtakes (2003) as Lighting Designer
Special hosted by actor Anthony Anderson which features clips of bloopers, home videos, gags, and pranks from past horror movie sets.
18.
Three Stooges' 75th Anniversary Special (2003) as Lighting Design
Special hosted by Woody Harrelson that pays tribute to the 75th anniversary of the Three Stooges through television and film clips and family stories.
19.
Kid Rock Christmas, A (2003) as Lighting Designer
Holiday show hosted by Kid Rock including an animated short, performances and a Christmas meal served out by "Mama Rock".
20.
Spike TV Video Game Awards (2003) as Lighting Designer
Award show spotlighting video games, featuring comedy sketches using game footage, musical performances, and popular actors who have also starred in games.
21.
Test the Nation (2003) as Lighting Designer
Nationwide intelligence competition, based on a British/BBC format that tests the viewing audiences' IQ, based on a series of tests and broadcast live across the nation.
22.
2003 Billboard Music Awards, The (2003) as Lighting Designer
Music award show which honors the highest-charting musical artists from the past year.
23.
VH1 Vogue Fashion Awards (2002) as Lighting Director
Annual fashion awards show event hosted by actress Debra Messing and featuring performances by various music superstars. This event brings together superstar designers, models, rock stars, movies stars and other luminaries for one exciting night of fashion, music and entertainment in New York City,
24.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (And Some You Have), The (2002) as Lighting Designer
Compilation of commercials from around the world, including: a Heineken commercial showing how spilt beer launched the birth of scratching records at a party; ads featuring animals, like chimps who exchange text messages on their personal electronic devices; and ads that examine the joys of marriage
25.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (and Some You Have) VII, The (2002) as Lighting Designer
Hosted by commericial spokespersons, the "Wassup" guys -- Scott Brooks, FRed Thomas and Paul Williams -- the special features some funny and outlandish commercials from all over the world.
26.
World Stunt Awards (2001) as Lighting Director
Presentation of the first annual "World Stunt Awards" which honor the best stunt performers in feature films.
27.
Firesign Theatre: Weirdly Cool, The (2001) as Lighting Director
The Firesign Theatre members recreate their classic bits in front of an audience at "Television City in Hollywood." Best known for several record albums produced in the 1960s and 1970s, the group of four improvisational comedians and satirists is composed of David Ossman, Philip Austin, Philip Proct
28.
Who Wants to Be a Princess? (2001) as Lighting Designer
Thirty women compete for the favor of a European prince whose identity remains a secret until he selects the winner at the end of the show. The winner is awarded with a one-of-a-kind three-karat diamond and platinum necklace worth $40,000.
29.
Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration (2001) as Lighting Designer
Concert special from Madison Square Garden celebrating the music career of Michael Jackson.
30.
Miss America (2001) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the Miss America Pageant from Atlantic City, New Jersey. For the first time ever, the 41 non-top-ten contestants act as the eighth judge for the competition.
31.
Billboard's Rock 'n' Roll New Year's Eve (2001) as Lighting Designer
Variety special that rings in 2002 with music segments from the "2001 Billboard Music Awards," live coverage of the festivities in New York's Time Square, and more.
32.
4th Annual Soul Train Christmas Starfest (2001) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the fourth annual Soul Train Christmas Star Fest.
33.
All Star Tribute to Brian Wilson, An (2001) as Lighting Designer
Celebrities honor and perform with Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson in a concert from Radio City Music Hall in New York City where they perform songs from his classic "Pet Sounds" album as well as other Wilson standards.
34.
2001 World Music Awards, The (2001) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 2001 World Music Awards presentation from Monte Carlo.
35.
Ricky Martin's Super Bowl Saturday Night (2001) as Lighting Designer
Music performances by Ricky Martin, along with play-by-play of events, as football, music and entertainment come together to celebrate the greatest party ever thrown the night before the big game. Interviews with celebrities and NFL players are also included. Broadcast from the MacDill Air Force Bas
36.
2001 Creative Arts Emmy Awards (2001) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 2000-2001 Creative Arts Emmy Awards in 57 categories, including awards given for Guest Actor/Actress in a Comedy Series, Guest Actor/Actress in a Drama Series and Non-Fiction Program as well as awards for those who work behind the cameras, including makeup. hairstyling and costumes.
37.
2001 TV Guide Awards, The (2001) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 3rd annual TV Guide Awards presentation, voted by readers of the magazine, honoring television series and performers from the Shrine Expo Center in Los Angeles, California. The program launches a new awards category, "TV Moment of the Year," designed to identify the most poignant, co
38.
Hollywood Salutes Nicolas Cage: An American Cinematheque Tribute (2001) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 16th American Cinematheque award presentation. Actor Nicolas Cage is honored by the Cinematheque for his body of work. The tribute provides funds for the non-profit organization's programs and operation of the Egyptian Theater.
39.
2001 Genesis Awards, The (2001) as Lighting Design
Coverage of the 15th annual Genesis Awards presentation honoring outstanding individuals in the major news and entertainment media for spotlighting animal issues with courage, creativity and integrity.
40.
2001 Billboard Music Awards, The (2001) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the Billboard Music Awards presentation from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
41.
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, The (2001) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the annual awards ceremony renowned for its mixture of designers, models, rock stars and show business luminaries.
42.
7th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards (2001) as Lighting Designer
Telecast of the seventh annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
43.
TNN & CMT Country Weekly Music Awards (2001) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the TNN Country Weekly Music Awards presentation from the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
44.
2000 World Music Awards, The (2000) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the World Music Awards from Monaco benefiting the Princess Grace Hospital and the Monaco Aide and Presence Foundation.
45.
Men Strike Back (2000) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring male singers in a benefit concert from Madison Square Garden.
46.
Britney in Hawaii (2000) as Lighting Designer
Special starring Britney Spears in concert from Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii.
47.
Hollywood Salutes Bruce Willis: An American Cinematheque Tribute (2000) as Lighting Designer
Fifteenth annual American Cinematheque tribute to an extraordinary artist (actor, producer, director or writer) in the entertainment industry. This year, the American Cinematheque Award is presented to Bruce Willis at the annual Moving Picture Ball, the Cinematheque's annual benefit gala, held at th
48.
14th Annual Genesis Awards (2000) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 14th annual Genesis Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. The Genesis Awards honor individuals in the major media whose coverage and integrity have increased awareness of animal-protection issues. The theme of the 14th annual Genesis Awards was "On
49.
14th Annual Soul Train Music Awards, The (2000) as Lighting Designer
Telecast of the 14th annual Soul Train Music Awards honoring the best in R&B-soul, jazz, gospel and rap.
50.
GQ's 2000 Men of the Year Awards (2000) as Lighting Designer
GQ presents its "Men of the Year" awards hosted by Dennis Miller from the Beacon Theater in New York City. The awards are intended to honor men of distinction in categories including film, literature, sports and fashion, as chosen by GQ readers.
51.
Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire? (2000) as Lighting Designer
Fifty women compete to marry a multi-millionaire. Elimination rounds customize contestants to the husband-to-be's criteria. Concludes with the wedding of the winning woman and her multi-millionaire.
52.
Country Weekly Magazine Presents the TNN Music Awards (2000) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the TNN Country Music Awards presentation from the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
53.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen, Holiday Edition (2000) as Lighting Designer
Hosted by the commercial spokespersons, the "Whassup" guys -- Scott Brooks, Paul Williams and Fred Thomas -- the special features holiday commericals from around the world.
54.
VH1 Divas 2000: A Tribute to Diana Ross (2000) as Lighting Designer
A "VH1 Divas" benefit concert special, featuring a tribute to Diana Ross from Madison Square Garden in New York City.
55.
Billboard's Rock 'n' Roll New Year's Eve (2000) as Lighting Designer
New Year's Eve celebration from Times Square. Includes Billboard's countdown of the top ten videos of 2000, plus encore performances from the 2000 Billboard Music Awards.
56.
American Film Institute Salute to Harrison Ford, The (2000) as Lighting Designer
The American Film Institute honors actor Harrison Ford with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
57.
SOURCE HIP-HOP MUSIC AWARDS THE (2000) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the second annual awards show dedicated to the hip-hop music genre from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.
58.
Soul Train Christmas Starfest (2000) as Lighting Designer
A holiday music celebration from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
59.
Sexiest Bachelor in America, The (2000) as Lighting Designer
Beauty pageant in which 51 bachelors, one from each U.S. state and the District of Columbia, compete for cash and prizes worth $100,000 and the title of sexiest bachelor in America. The male contestants compete in swimwear and formal attire, and go through a talent competition and a question-and-ans
60.
Television Show With John Henson, The (2000) as Lighting Designer
A look at television, including unique programs and commercials from around the world, the pitfalls of on-location newscasts, pets on television, unusual weathermen and more.
61.
100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock (2000) as Lighting Design (Host Segment)
The program spans hard rock music's high-volume era from its genesis in the '60s (Yardbirds, Rolling Stones, Hendrix), through its arena-rock ascendance (Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith), the angry new wave (Sex Pistols, The Clash), the alternative movement (Nirvana, Soundgarden), and beyond.
62.
6th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards (2000) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the sixth annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards presentation from Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
63.
2000 Billboard Music Awards, The (2000) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the 2000 Billboard Music Awards presentation from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
64.
America's Millennium (1999) as Lighting Director
Live celebration to ring in the year 2000 from Washington, DC. The program includes the premiere of Steven Spielberg's "The Unfinished Journey," an 18-minute documentary celebrating America over the last century. Also features "The Midnight Moment," a light-and-sound display emanating from the area
65.
Kenny Loggins: December (1999) as Lighting Director
Kenny Loggins and guests perform material from Loggins' Columbia Records release "December." The program also features Kenny Loggins at his Santa Barbara home with his wife and their children.
66.
David Cross: The Pride Is Back (1999) as Lighting Director
David Cross performs stand-up comedy from the Show Box Theater in Seattle, Washington.
67.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (And Some You Have) 3, The (1999) as Lighting Designer
Special that features commercials from around the world.
68.
Celine Dion: All the Way... A Decade of Song (1999) as Lighting Designer
Pop music artist Celine Dion in concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
69.
Champions of Magic III (1999) as Lighting Designer
Magicians from around the world gather in Monaco to perform death-defying acts and mysterious illusions.
70.
1999 World Music Awards, The (1999) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 1999 World Music Awards presentation honoring the best-selling recording artists in the world from Monaco's Sporting Club.
71.
Kenny Loggins: December (1999) as Lighting Designer
Kenny Loggins and guests perform material from Loggins' Columbia Records release "December." The program also features Kenny Loggins at his Santa Barbara home with his wife and their children.
72.
Michelle Kwan Skates to Disney's Greatest Hits (1999) as Lighting Designer
Michelle Kwan skates to a soundtrack of Disney favorites from Burbank, California. Features skaters Ilia Kulik, Oksana Baiul and Elvis Stojko.
73.
5th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, The (1999) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 5th annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards presentation from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
74.
American Film Institute Salute to Dustin Hoffman (1999) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the presentation of the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award to actor Dustin Hoffman, the 27th recipient of the honor.
75.
Thirteenth Annual Genesis Awards (1999) as Lighting Designer
Coverage of the 13th annual Genesis Awards from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The Genesis Awards honor members of the major news and entertainment media for spotlighting animal issues with courage, creativity and integrity.
76.
Backstreet Boys in Concert (1999) as Television Lighting
Backstreet Boys in concert from Orlando Arena in Florida.
77.
Shania Twain: Come on Over (1999) as Lighting Designer
Country music artist Shania Twain in concert from Texas Stadium in Dallas.
78.
American Express Brings You Central Park in Blue (1999) as Lighting Designer
Live concert event featuring Sheryl Crow and guest artists from Central Park in New York City to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
79.
Sports Illustrated's 20th Century Sports Awards (1999) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of an awards event commemorating sports in the 20th century, from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Celebrities of the entertainment world salute the century's most exceptional stars of the sports world.
80.
2nd Annual Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (1999) as Lighting Designer
A celebration of holiday music from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
81.
VH1 Divas Live '99 (1999) as Lighting Designer
Top female voices perform on stage for one night only from the Beacon Theater in New York City to benefit VH1 Save the Music, a pro-social initiative that supports music education in public schools.
82.
13th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (1999) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the Soul Train Music Awards presentation from Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
83.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (And Some You Have), The (1999) as Lighting Designer
Comedy special that showcases funny and unusual commercials from around the world.
84.
1999 Billboard Music Awards, The (1999) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the 1999 Billboard Music Awards presentation from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
85.
Best TV You've Never Seen (And Some You Have), The (1999) as Lighting Designer
A look at television programs from around the world. Highlights include: "Takeshi's Castle," a Japanese game show; "Don't Forget Your Toothbrush," a British show where people get to travel to an exotic place if they humiliate themselves first; "Beat the Crusher," a show from Scotland in which people
86.
Hollywood Salutes Jodie Foster: An American Cinematheque Tribute (1999) as Lighting Designer
Fourteenth annual American Cinematheque tribute honors actor/producer/director Jodie Foster.
87.
World's Funniest Pets (1999) as Lighting Designer
Features home videos of pets doing funny things and performing tricks.
88.
Will You Marry Me? IV (1998) as Lighting Director
Fourth installment of a romantic special focusing on unique and unpredictable marriage proposals.
89.
Evening of Stars: A Celebration of Educational Excellence Benefiting The United Negro College Fund, An (1998) as Lighting Director
Telethon to benefit the United Negro College Fund. Features extended concert performances and celebrity appearances.
90.
Motown 40: The Music Is Forever (1998) as Lighting Director (Diana Ross Segments)
Retrospective of the Motown record company, founded by Berry Gordy in 1958, which produced numerous pop records and initiated the careers of acts such as the Supremes, the Jackson Five, and Stevie Wonder. Includes clips, interviews, celebrity appearances and performances.
91.
4th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, The (1998) as Lighting Designer
Ceremony honoring some of the top women in rhythm and blues, jazz, rap, hip hop and gospel at the fourth annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards.
92.
World's Greatest Magic V, The (1998) as Lighting Designer
Magicians and illusionists display their talents from Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon.
93.
Screen Actors Guild 4th Annual Awards (1998) as Lighting Designer
Live presentation of the Fourth Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Awards are presented in five film categories and eight television categories.
94.
Death Defying Thrills (1998) as Additional Lighting
Real people attempt to repeat the dangerous stunts performed by acts such as The Flying Wallendas and dare devils such as Evil Knieval. Each stunt is prefaced by a short introduction recapping previous attempts -- both successful and fatal. Includes rare stunt footage and interviews.
95.
HBO Comedy Half-Hour: Warren Hutcherson (1998) as Lighting Designer
Stand-up comedian Warren Hutcherson performs before a Broadway Studios audience in San Francisco.
96.
Billboard's Musical New Year's Eve Live (1998) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the New Year's Eve celebration from New York's Times Square, featuring the dropping of the ball at midnight. Also includes highlights of performances from the 1998 Billboard Music Awards show.
97.
Virtual Ed Sullivan Show, The (1998) as Lighting Designer
Special which employs motion-capture computer generated imagery of variety show host Ed Sullivan introducing and interacting with an array of performers, from classical to contemporary acts.
98.
Reflections on Ice: Michelle Kwan Skates to the Music of Disney's "Mulan" (1998) as Lighting Designer
World champion figure skater Michelle Kwan skates to songs from Disney's animated feature "Mulan," based on a Chinese legend about young woman who disguises herself as a man and becomes a brave and disciplined warrior.
99.
Celine, Aretha, Gloria, Shania and Mariah: Divas Live (1998) as Lighting Designer
Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin, Gloria Estefan, Shania Twain and Mariah Carey perform live from the Beacon Theater in New York City, to benefit VH1 Save the Music, a public-service initiative designed to encourage music education in schools.
100.
Contestants Tell All... Secrets of Beauty Pageants Exposed (1998) as Lighting Designer
Special exposing untold stories from behind-the-scenes of popular beauty pageants.
101.
Best Commercials You've Never Seen (and Some You Have), The (1998) as Lighting Designer
A behind-the-scenes look at television commercials from around the world.
102.
1998 World Music Awards, The (1998) as Lighting Designer
Presentation of the 1998 World Music Awards from the Sporting Club in Monte Carlo, benefiting the construction of the Princess Grace Hospital in Niger.
103.
1998 Billboard Music Awards, The (1998) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the 1998 Billboard Music Awards honoring the chart-toppers of the year as chosen by fans around the world. Telecast from the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
104.
That's Incredible! (1998) as Lighting Designer
Special look at unusual people with interesting lives. Features a reunion between an orangutan capable of sign language and his former trainer, an occurance at a haunted house, a bungee daredevil and mystical secrets of ancient Chinese healing. Also includes a profile of a four-year-old golf phenom
105.
12th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (1998) as Lighting Designer
Twelfth annual Soul Train Music Awards, presented live from Los Angeles.
106.
12th Annual American Comedy Awards (1998) as Lighting Designer
Presentation of the 12th Annual American Comedy Awards, honoring the nation's outstanding comedic talents in television, motion pictures and stand-up comedy.
107.
1998 Soul Train Christmas Starfest, The (1998) as Lighting Designer
Special holiday concert hosted by Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle and Brian McKnight.
108.
Explosion! (1997) as Lighting Designer
Special examining explosions captured on film. Includes segments featuring movie explosions, profiles of bomb squads, an implosion master, and a special pre-taped building explosion.
109.
3rd Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards, The (1997) as Lighting Designer
Telecast of the third annual awards ceremony honoring black women who have distinguished themselves in various musical categories, including R&B, rap, jazz, hip-hop and gospel.
110.
1997 Billboard Music Awards, The (1997) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the 1997 Billboard Music Awards from Las Vegas honoring the year's No. 1 artists and songs as determined by the record buying audience and radio airplay statistics.
111.
RSVP: The World's Funniest Party Disasters 2 (1997) as Lighting Designer
Special features clips from special occasions gone awry, including blunders at weddings, graduation parties and bar mitzvahs.
112.
Soul Train Music Awards: 11th Anniversary (1997) as Lighting Designer
Gladys Knight, Brandy and LL Cool J host the 11th annual Soul Train Music Awards, telecast from Los Angeles.
113.
Bill Maher: The Golden Goose Special (1997) as Lighting Designer
Stand-up comedy special starring Bill Maher. Taped at The Alex Theater in Pasadena, California.
114.
Mr. Vegas All-Night Party Starring Drew Carey (1997) as Lighting Designer
Comedian Drew Carey performs a free-form combination of scripted comedy segments as Mr. Vegas, music performances and stand-up material from Las Vegas.
115.
Disney's Melinda: First Lady of Magic (1997) as Lighting Designer
Magic special featuring Melinda in illusions including a double levitation, a speeding car disappearance, and an interactive mass mind-reading.
116.
Lance Burton, Master Magician: The Encounter (1997) as Lighting Designer
American illusionist Lance Burton performs feats including making a spaceship appear in the Nevada desert, escaping from a "death tank" and performing a comic musical number with children.
117.
World's Greatest Magic IV, The (1997) as Lighting Designer
Magicians from around the world perform their magic from Las Vegas and other locations. Highlights include magician Lance Burton performing the "Jaws of Death," a death-defying stunt in which he is chained inside a car that is then torn apart and crushed.
118.
World's Wildest Magic, The (1997) as Lighting Designer
Special showcasing magicians from around the world performind at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas.
119.
Champions of Magic II, The (1997) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring magicians from around the world performing illusions, death-defying acts and mysterious escapes from Monaco's annual festival of magic.
120.
Funny Things Kids Do, The (1997) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring candid interviews with children ages 4 to 10 on subjects including sex, money, politics, parenting, history, and the future.
121.
Three Sopranos, The (1996) as Lighting Director
Three sopranos -- Kathleen Cassello, Kallen Esperian and Cynthia Lawrence -- perform a medley of operatic arias and Broadway show tunes at the Century Plaza Towers in Los Angeles.
122.
Hidden Secrets of Magic, The (1996) as Lighting Designer
Special which reveals the secrets behind some well-known illusions, including the Hindu Rope Trick, Sawing a Woman in Half, and Buried Alive. Several master magicians will perform and explain these feats.
123.
1996 Billboard Music Awards, The (1996) as Lighting Designer
Live coverage of the 1996 Billboard Music Awards from Las Vegas. Featuring the most popular musical acts of 1996 performing the hits that propelled them to fame.
124.
10th Annual Soul Train Music Awards (1996) as Lighting Designer
Tenth annual celebration of the best in R&B, rap, soul, gospel and jazz, telecast from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
125.
Champions of Magic, The (1996) as Lighting Designer
A special highlighting Monaco's annual Festival of Magic, hosted by Princess Stephanie and Lorenzo Lamas. Features magicians from around the world performing illusions, death-defying acts and mysterious escapes.
126.
Up For the Golden Globes (1996) as Lighting Designer
Special preceding "The 53rd Annual Golden Globes," featuring interviews with some of the stars nominated in the motion picture and television categories.
127.
Second Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (1996) as Lighting Designer
Live presentation of the second annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
128.
WOW! The Most Awesome Acts on Earth II (1996) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring some amazing feats performed by humans from around the world, including a man who sets himself ablaze and a man who gets hit by a two-ton wrecking ball.
129.
Lance Burton, Master Magician: The Legend Begins (1996) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring the magic and illusions of Lance Burton.
130.
American Film Institute Salute to Clint Eastwood (1996) as Lighting Designer
Tribute to Clint Eastwood, the 24th recipient of the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award.
131.
Greatest Sports Moments of All Time, The (1996) as Lighting Designer
Special showcases memorable and historic moments from the world of sports. Some of the athletes who participated in the events share their personal accounts.
132.
Television's Greatest Performances (1995) as Lighting Director
Special featuring clips from memorable moments in television history. Celebrities scheduled to be highlighted include: Michael Jackson, Bette Midler, Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston, Robin Williams, Madonna, Steve Martin, Diana Ross and The Muppets.
133.
Stars in the Making (1995) as Lighting Designer
Special spotlighting stars in their earliest on-camera roles, including commercials and walk-ons in movies and television. Also included is a segment featuring rarely-seen footage of stars in soap operas.
134.
When Stars Were Kids (1995) as Lighting Designer
Special looking at the childhoods of celebrities -- through home movies, school yearbooks, family albums and interviews with teachers, friends and family. Features the prepubescences of Candice Bergen, Sylvester Stallone, Sally Field, Madonna, Bruce Willis, Eddie Murphy, David Copperfield, Brooke Sh
135.
For Better or For Worse: The World's Funniest Wedding Disasters (1995) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring outrageous video clips from real-life wedding disasters, culminating with a contest for "the most disastrous wedding ceremony ever."
136.
Houdini: Unlocking His Secrets (1995) as Lighting Designer
Top magicians from around the world pay homage to Harry Houdini by performing some of his most famed illusions. Includes archival footage of Houdini himself.
137.
American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, The (1995) as Lighting Designer
Tribute to Steven Spielberg, the 23rd recipient of the American Film Institute's career achievement award.
138.
Latin Nights: An All-Star Celebration (1995) as Lighting Designer
Hosted by comedian Paul Rodriguez, this variety special benefits the National Hispanic Scholarship Fund (NHSF).
139.
22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1995) as Lighting Designer
Live presentation of the 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
140.
World's Greatest Magic II, The (1995) as Lighting Designer
Special featuring performances by magicians, escape artists and mentalists.
141.
Christmas at Home With the Stars (1994) as Lighting Design & Direction
Prominent ABC television and BMG recording artists recall Christmas memories and perform their favorite Christmas songs.
142.
Siegfried & Roy. The Magic. The Mystery. (1994) as Lighting Director
Special blending magicians Siegfried & Roy's stage act with filmed fantasy sequences and behind-the-scenes footage of the duo's white tigers.
143.
Robert Schimmel: Guilty as Charged (1994) as Lighting Designer
A comedy special featuring Robert Schimmel. Taped at Bally's Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
144.
Disney's Greatest Hits on Ice (1994) as Lighting Designer
Ice skating greats perform to some of Disney's most memorable music -- from "Mary Poppins," "Snow White," "Cinderella," "Peter Pan," "The Lion King," "Lady and the Tramp," "Aladdin" and "Fantasia."
145.
Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards (1994) as Lighting Designer
A presentation of the third annual Jim Thorpe Pro Sports Awards, honoring individual sports achievements in ten categories.
146.
1994 Miss USA Pageant, The (1994) as Lighting Designer
A live presentation of the 43rd annual Miss USA Pageant from Texas.
147.
World's Greatest Magic, The (1994) as Lighting Designer
Top magicians from around the world gather for a Las Vegas stage performance.
148.
American Film Institute Salute to Jack Nicholson, The (1994) as Lighting Designer
A presentation of the American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award to actor Jack Nicholson.
149.
Word From Our Sponsor II, A (1993) as Lighting Designer
Highlights humorous national and international ads and commercials.
150.
Beatles Songbook: An "In the Spotlight" Special, A (1993) as Lighting Designer
A concert special featuring popular artists performing hit Beatles songs.
151.
Sex, Shock and Censorship in the 90's (1993) as Stage Lighting
Satirical examination of Hollywood and its exploition of sex, violence and other issues for ratings and profit.
152.
Edna Time (1993) as Lighting Designer
A special/pilot in which actor Barry Humphries portrays nouveau-riche Australian Dame Edna Everage in this spoof of talk-shows.
153.
Happy Days Reunion, The (1992) as Lighting Director
A special featuring a reunion of the cast of "Happy Days," which aired on ABC from 1974 to 1984. Included are highlights from the series and personal recollections from the cast.
154.
1995 Screen Actors Guild Awards (1992) as Lighting Designer
Live presentation of the first annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, with honors in four film and eight television categories, as determined by the Guild's 78,000 eligible members.
155.
Disney's Christmas Fantasy on Ice (1992) as Lighting Designer
A special hosted by Bronson Pinchot and featuring champion ice skaters.
156.
MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon (1991) as Lighting Director
Twenty-sixth edition of the annual telethon to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
157.
Be Our Guest: The Making of Disney's Beauty and the Beast (1991) as Lighting Director
A half-hour special featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Disney Studios' full-length animated feature "Beauty and the Beast."
158.
1991 King Orange Jamboree Parade (1991) as Lighting Designer
A prime-time presentation of the 58th Annual King Orange Jamboree Parade from Miami, Florida.
159.
Disney's Great American Celebration (1991) as Lighting Designer
A musical-variety special celebrating Independence Day at Disneyland in Anaheim, California and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
160.
Ice Capades 50th Anniversary Special, The (1990) as Lighting Director
A special commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Ice Capades.
161.
75th Anniversary of Beverly Hills, The (1989) as Lighting Director
A seventy-fifth anniversary salute to the city of Beverly Hills, California. Included is the presentation of the annual Will Rogers Award to entertainer Frank Sinatra; a tour of the city's designer shops by Shelley Long; Christmas and Fourth of July ceremonies; an auto tour of the city conducted by
162.
Ice Capades With Jason Bateman and Alyssa Milano, The (1989) as Lighting Director
A special featuring celebrity guest stars and championship ice skaters from the United States and the Soviet Union.
163.
Ice Star's Hollywood Revue (1989) as Lighting Director
A special featuring famous ice skaters skating to music made famous in feature films.
164.
3rd Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1989) as Lighting Designer
A live presentation of the third annual American Comedy Awards honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment. Included is a showcase of new comedy stars as well as some of America's top comedians. Neil Simon is the recipient of the Lifetime Creative Achievement Award.
165.
Ice Capades With Kirk Cameron, The (1988) as Lighting Director
Kirk Cameron hosts this variety special featuring the Ice Capades along with performances by guest stars.
166.
Walt Disney World's 15th Birthday Celebration (1986) as Assistant Lighting Director
A two-hour variety show celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of Walt Disney World. The program features a potpourri of music, comedy and dance. Also included in the special is vintage footage of Walt Disney, Disneyland and Walt Disney World, and a view of the all-new Birthday Parade down Main Stree

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167.
World's Greatest Magicians... At the Magic Castle, The (1990) as Lighting Consultant
A special featuring contemporary magicians performing illusions and close-up magic at Magic Castle in Los Angeles.

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