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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
My Little Girl (1986) as Andre
Idealistic Franny is a teenager who wants to do good in the world. While volunteering at a shelter for disadvantaged girls, she finds that her privileged background is met with skepticism and hostility. When she does start to be effective, she realizes that she has been changed by the experience herself.

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
Fair Game (1995) as Camera Operator (2nd Unit)
Yesterday Kate McQuean was a dedicated family attorney trying to do the best for her clients. Today she's a moving target--and the killers who are determined to eliminate her seem to be everywhere. Through two desperate days, Kate and Dade County homicide Detective Max Kirkpatrick--her only protector--engage in a battle of wits, wills and endurance against a gang of ex-KGB operatives whose plans for the perfect multi-million dollar bank heist were flawless--as long as Kate and her intended repossession of a certain boat were out of the picture. Maybe it's an unfair match--Kate and Max against a mob armed with the most sophisticated high-tech surveillance equipment and headed by a ruthless ex-KGB killer. But anything can happen in the sultry Miami heat--two people can get deeply involved in helping each other survive. And when the two people are Kate McQuean and Max Kirkpatrick--it might just turn out to be a fair game, after all...

Cinematography (special)

3.
Four Tops in Concert, The (2000) as Camera Operator
Concert special featuring the Four Tops from the Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts in Miami Beach, Florida.

Music (special)

4.
Fighting the Tide (2000) as Music
The story of a simple but revolutionary technology that forever changed a centuries-old way of life. Spanning half a century, the program portrays the transformation of port cities -- places like Seattle, Tacoma, San Francisco and New York -- whose once-bustling piers fell victim to automation in le

Publicity (special)

5.
Piano and Partners (1989) as Publicist (Michael Shepley)
A concert from Wolf Trap Farm Park celebrating the piano in composition, musical partnerships and concert performances. Host mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne, clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, cellist Carlos Prieto, and pianists Vladimir Feltsman, Martin Katz, Haskell Small and Irma Vallecillo pay tribute t

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