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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Sound (feature film)

1.
War Between Us, The (1996)
Set in 1941, a drama about Canada's World War II policies toward Japanese-heritage citizens as told through the saga of a middle-class family forced to leave their successful Vancouver boating business, and relocate in a small, economically depressed mining town in the British Columbia interior, imm

Film Production - Main (feature film)

2.
How Do You Know (2010)
In this love triangle comedy, a white collar executive and professional baseball player are each vying for the affections of the same woman.
3.
Shutter Island (2010)
When U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels arrives at the asylum for the criminally insane on Shutter Island, what starts as a routine investigation quickly takes a sinister turn as shocking and terrifying truths about the island unfold.
4.
Girl, Interrupted (1999) as Production Assistant
It's 1967 and 17-year-old Susanna Kaysen is like a lot of American teenagers her age- confused, insecure, struggling to make sense of the radiply changing world around her. The psychiatrist she meets with (courtesy of her parents), however, gives this behavior a name- Borderline Personality Disorder, 'manifested by uncertainty about self-image, long-term goals, types of friends or lovers to have and which values to adopt'- and whisks her away to Claymoore Hospital. Here, Susanna discovers Lisa, Daisy, Georgina, Polly and Janet- a group of offbeat young women who not only become her closest friends, but light Susanna's way back to something she had lost- herself.
5.
Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999) as Production Assistant
All her life Leigh Ann Watson has done the right thing. Her only ticket out of town is the one scholarship that goes to her school's top student. All she needs is an "A" in history. There's just one problem: Mrs. Tingle, the history teacher who for 20 years has terrorized the students of Grandsboro

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

6.
Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)
After a shoot-out in an art museum frees the evil genie Djinn from his red crystal prison, he changes into human form and gets sent to jail. Needing souls so he can inherit the Earth, the Djinn starts granting wishes to inmates--and then stealing their souls. It's up to one remorseful convict and he
7.
Fire Down Below (1997) as Set Staff Assistant
EPA agent Jack Taggart has set out on assignment to discover the killer of his most trusted colleague. Following the agent's last known path, Taggart travels through Appalachia only to discover lethal chemical dumping sites of cyanide, benzene, and dTCE. The people in the region are getting sick and whoever is responsible for the dumping is being protected by a wall of silence. Infiltrating the community, Taggart centers his investigation around mining tycoon Orin Hanner who is tied to those mines being used for the illegal dumping. Taggart also meets Sarah Kellogg who protects a family secret that may lead to an ecological disaster.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

8.
Clockwatchers (1997) as Office Assistant
Set in the vast metropolitan offices of Global Credit, a tale about four "temps" who hope to achieve something more permanent than what their jobs--and lives--are providing. At the center is Iris, a shy young woman who invisibly floats from job to job, but who forms an instant bond with three striki
9.
Glimmer Man, The (1996) as Staff Assistant
In the jungles of the Third World, his unsuspecting targets would hear nothing. They'd sense nothing. And they'd see only a glimmer before it was too late--he would strike and be gone. His shadowy government superiors called him the Glimmer Man, and they dispatched him on the riskiest, most sensitive covert assignments in which the United States was never officially involved. Now, as detective Jack Cole, he has abandoned his former occupation and identity. When a serial murderer with a macabre, ritualistic style plunges the families of Los Angeles into terror, the L.A.P.D. are forced to summon the one man whose instinct and understanding of the criminal mind are unrivaled: Jack Cole from New York. This time, in the urban jungle of Los Angeles, Cole is not the killer hunting prey, but the hunter seeking a killer. The iconoclastic Cole is paired with seasoned local homicide detective Jim Campbell, and the two quickly discover that their match was made somewhere other than heaven.

Cast (special)

10.
ALFRED I. DUPONT/COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY AWARDS IN TELEVISION AND RADIO JOURNALISM, THE (1999) as Presenter
Presentation of the Alfred I. DuPont/Columbia University Awards in Television and Radio Journalism, honoring outstanding news and public affairs programs of television and radio. Held in the Rotunda of Columbia University's Low Memorial Library in New York City.
11.
Why America Hates the Press (1996)
An insider's examination of the culture and tactics of the national press corps. Through the eyes of a few key journalists, explores the dynamics of the news business and its troubling impact on American politics.
12.
Decision '96: The Republican National Convention (1996) as Correspondent
Combined coverage and analysis by NBC and PBS of the 1996 Republican National Convention.
13.
Naked Washington (1994)
Documentary examining the relationship between U.S. presidents and the press.
14.
Decision '92: The Democratic National Convention (1992) as Floor Reporter
Coverage and analysis of the 1992 Democratic National Convention.
15.
Decision '92: The Republican National Convention (1992) as Floor Reporter
Coverage and analysis of the 1992 Republican National Convention.
16.
Alfred I. DuPont/Columbia University Awards (1989), The (1990) as Presenter
Annual presentation of the Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia University Awards in Broadcast Journalism. The awards cover six categories: radio, small market television, medium market television, major market television, network television and independent broadcast news and public affairs. A special prize is
17.
Vision of the Constitution (1989) as Host
A three-part presentation, hosted by Andrea Mitchell, examining the story of the Constitution and how successive generations have interpreted the framers' words. The series focuses on such modern controversies as abortion, equal rights, capital punishment, and criminal rights.
18.
Presidential Inauguration (1989) as Reporter
Live coverage of the inauguration of George Bush as the forty-first President of the United States and Dan Quayle as Vice President. Included are scenes from the Inaugural Parade, which includes civilian and military bands and marching units, floats and dance groups from each of the states and U.S.
19.
Decision '88 (1988) as Reporter (Boston)
NBC News' live coverage of the 1988 elections, including analysis, interviews and exit polls. A highlight of the coverage was the "Precinct Express," a new dimension in election-night reporting that shows the voices and faces behind the voter-polling statistics.

Assistant Direction (TV Mini-Series)

20.
One Hell of a Guy (1998) as 2nd Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

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