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Director (feature film)

1.
Gates, The (2008)
Documents the decades long struggle for approval by the city and the final installation of 7,500 sixteen-foot-high gateways adorned in flying saffron fabric that stood New York's Central Park for sixteen days in February, 2005 created by the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude.

Producer (feature film)

2.
Running Fence (1978) as Associate Producer
After a four-year struggle, the artist Christo drapes twenty-four-and-a-half miles of white nylon across the California coast.

Sound (feature film)

3.
America: From Hitler to M-X (1982) as Additional Sound
The danger of worldwide nuclear annihilation are detailed in this documentary. Statesmen, military experts, scienists and doctors discuss the need for nuclear disarmament.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

4.
In Our Hands (1983) as Field Producer
A chronicle focusing in on the largest peace demonstration in the history of the world, which took place on June 12, 1982. One million people were in New York on what's been described as a magical day, speaking in one voice to "stop the nuclear arms race." There were forty-three volunteer camera te

Misc. Crew (feature film)

5.
America: From Hitler to M-X (1982)
The danger of worldwide nuclear annihilation are detailed in this documentary. Statesmen, military experts, scienists and doctors discuss the need for nuclear disarmament.

Director (special)

6.
Extraordinary Birds (2000) as Director
Documentary that explores the capabilities of a wide variety of birds, including many that suggest intelligence, and the relationships that humans have established with their winged friends.
7.
Extraordinary Cats (1999) as Director
Cat owners relate tales of feline courage, stamina, resourcefulness and loyalty.
8.
Inca: Secrets of the Ancestors (1995) as Director
Documentary examining the culture of the Incas.

Cinematography (special)

9.
Death on a Factory Farm (2009)
An investigator goes undercover to reveal animal cruelty on a factory hog farm.

Writer (special)

10.
Inca: Secrets of the Ancestors (1995) as Writer
Documentary examining the culture of the Incas.

Producer (special)

11.
Death on a Factory Farm (2009)
An investigator goes undercover to reveal animal cruelty on a factory hog farm.
12.
Ocean Wilds (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary about the creatures and habitats in the vast reaches of the ocean. Diver, naturalist and cinematographer Feodor Pitcairn carries advanced video equipment -- including high-definition (HD) cameras -- into the depths of the ocean to capture the most accurate and vivid images possible of a
13.
Extraordinary Birds (2000) as Producer
Documentary that explores the capabilities of a wide variety of birds, including many that suggest intelligence, and the relationships that humans have established with their winged friends.
14.
Biography of the Millennium: 100 People... 1000 Years (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary special that tells the stories of the most fascinating and significant lives of the last 1000 years as chosen by more than 360 journalists, scholars and political leaders.
15.
Extraordinary Cats (1999) as Producer (Working Dog Productions)
Cat owners relate tales of feline courage, stamina, resourcefulness and loyalty.
16.
Etosha, Africa's Untamed Wilderness (1998) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest World)
Nature documentary on Africa's Etosha, a vast and ancient land of seasonal paradox. During the blooming of the wet season, animals thrive, but the inevitable heat, drought and thirst put all life at risk, except for that of the opportunistic vultures.
17.
Bhutan, the Last Shangri-La (1998) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest World)
Nature documentary on Bhutan, or the Land of the Thunder Dragon, the only remaining Buddhist Himalayan kingdom. Shrouded in mystery, Bhutan is one of the few surviving regions whose secrets have passed undisturbed through the millennia. Since 95 percent of the Bhutanese people remain subsistence far
18.
America in the Forties (1998) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest Video And Television)
Documentary special crafted from the moods and memories of a generation of Americans whose childhoods were shaped by the Great Depression and whose character was forged in the chaos of World War II. Told through the true-life experiences of these storytellers who lived in the 1940s.
19.
Magnificent Journeys (1998) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest)
Three-part special tours many of the world's most exotic destinations, including the Australian outback, the lower Nile, the Orient Express, and Nepal.
20.
Patagonia: Life at the End of the Earth (1997) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest World)
Second in a series of specials which take the viewer on a journey to some of the most remote and unspoiled corners of the world, using only occasional musical scores and minimal narration. This special explores Patagonia in southern Argentina where the sites range from the towering mountains of Torr
21.
Manu, Peru's Hidden Rain Forest (1997) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest World)
Documentary on the 7,000-square mile Manu Biosphere Reserve in Peru, home for some of the Amazon's most endangered species.
22.
Namib, Africa's Burning Shore (1997) as Executive Producer (Reader'S Digest World)
Documentary traveling to a 1200-mile strip of land off the southwestern coast of Africa where the searing Namibian desert and the frigid Atlantic Ocean meet. This coastal desert offers a unique habitat to a diverse group of desert fauna and forges bizarre connections between the ocean's inhabitants
23.
Lost Treasure of King Charles I, The (1996) as Executive Producer
Treasure hunter Barry Clifford and a team of archaeologists and divers search for the missing treasure of King Charles I who traveled to Scotland in 1663 to be crowned. On the return journey to England the ferry sank losing all the royal treasure and 33 lives.
24.
National Geographic's The Great Indian Railway (1995) as Executive Producer
Documentary exploring India and its people through the extensive Indian Railway.
25.
Inca: Secrets of the Ancestors (1995) as Producer
Documentary examining the culture of the Incas.
26.
Reflections on Elephants (1994) as Executive Producer
Follows a clan of elephants during a season of their herd activities and rituals in Botswana, Africa.
27.
National Geographic's China: Beyond the Clouds (1994) as Executive Producer
Spanning a period of over a year, follows the everyday life of the people of Lijiang, China, to reveal their common concerns, hopes and fears amid a new wave of gang violence, drug abuse and economic and political reform.
28.
Island of the Giant Bears (1994) as Executive Producer
Examination of the natural lives of bears on Alaska's Kodiak Island.
29.
Jewels of the Caribbean Sea (1994) as Executive Producer
An undersea wildlife documentary revealing marine life behavior in the waters of the Caribbean.
30.
Lost Fleet of Guadalcanal, The (1993) as Executive Producer
Documentary special featuring undersea footage of an expedition led by Robert Ballard to locate and identify some of the 50 U.S. Navy ships lost in the World War II battle off Guadalcanal in the South Pacific. Also includes footage of the reunion of Guadalcanal survivors from the United States, Aust
31.
Survivors of the Skeleton Coast (1993) as Executive Producer ("National Geographic Specials")
A documentary concerning the array of desert-dwelling wildlife in the southwest African country of Namibia, specifically how these rugged creatures have adapted to and survived years of harsh extremes in this desolate region.
32.
Power of Water, The (1993) as Executive Producer
Examines how fresh water affects the lives and livelihood of every American, particularly in five key areas: the Colorado river, the Ogallala aquifer, the Niagara and Buffalo Rivers in the Great Lakes region, Florida's Everglades, and the Columbia River.
33.
Canine Connection, The (1993) as Executive Producer ("National Geographic Explorer")
Two documentaries, "Greyhounds: Running For Their Lives" and "Bloodhounds on the Scent." The former shows how racing greyhounds who can't remain as top runners are consigned to farms for extermination. The latter deals with bloodhounds who rescue lost children, help people in accidents and catch cr
34.
Keepers of the Wild (1993) as Executive Producer ("National Geographic Specials")
Profiles eight animal caretakers and their charges.
35.
Lost Kingdoms of the Maya (1993) as Executive Producer ("National Geographic Specials")
Documentary presenting new evidence concerning the abrupt collapse of Maya civilization after 700 years of great achievements.
36.
Lost Fleet of Guadalcanal, The (1993) as Producer (Battleship Texas Location Crew)
Documentary special featuring undersea footage of an expedition led by Robert Ballard to locate and identify some of the 50 U.S. Navy ships lost in the World War II battle off Guadalcanal in the South Pacific. Also includes footage of the reunion of Guadalcanal survivors from the United States, Aust
37.
Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas (1992) as Executive Producer
A documentary examining how African lions and hyenas interact in the wild.
38.
Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids (1992) as Executive Producer ("National Geographic Explorer")
Three short films about Egypt.
39.
Braving Alaska (1992) as Executive Producer
A documentary focusing on Alaskan families and the challenges they must overcome from extreme weather conditions and physical survival to economic, political and psychological obstacles that come with living in the wilderness.
40.
Mexicans: Through Their Eyes, The (1992) as Executive Producer
A documentary focusing on the complexities of Mexico as seen through the eyes of its people.
41.
Mysteries Underground (1992) as Executive Producer
A special exploring underground caves.
42.
Soul of Spain, The (1991) as Executive In Charge (National Geographic Society)
A documentary on the variety of life in Spain.
43.
Hawaii: Strangers in Paradise (1991) as Executive Producer (National Geographic Society)
A documentary following the efforts of conservationists who attempt to prevent the extinction of Hawaii's native plants and animals.
44.
Bali, Masterpiece of the Gods (1990) as Executive In Charge
A documentary that highlights the essence of Balinese life including its culture, religious beliefs, rituals and festivals. A presentation of "National Geographic Specials."
45.
Search For Battleship Bismarck (1989) as Executive Producer (National Geographic Society)
A documentary depicting the discovery of the infamous World War II German battleship, "Bismarck," on June 8, 1989, at the bottom of the Atlantic 600 miles west of Brest, France. The discovery was made by explorer and oceanographer, Dr. Robert D. Ballard. Broadcast as part of the "National Geographic
46.
Afghanistan's Holy War (1986) as Production Executive
A documentary about the holy war, or Jahid, that the Afghani Muhahaideen Communist-resistance fighters are waging against the Soviet troops occupying their country.
47.
Man-Eaters of Kumaon (1986) as Production Executive
In the National Geographic Society's first docu-drama, the action focuses on Jim Corbett, an Englishman born in India in 1875. Gaining fame as a hunter of tigers, Corbett becomes interested in conservation and opposes the wanton killing of the animals. Yet he heeds the call from the Indian governmen
48.
Quest For the Atocha (1986) as Producer
The documentary relates the amazing sixteen-year search by treasure hunter Mel Fisher for the wreck of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha, a sunken Spanish galleon said to be one of the richest treasure ships of all time. On July 19, 1985, the wreck was sited off Key West, Florida, and may yield up to $40

Sound (special)

49.
Death on a Factory Farm (2009)
An investigator goes undercover to reveal animal cruelty on a factory hog farm.

Misc. Crew (special)

50.
Death on a Factory Farm (2009)
An investigator goes undercover to reveal animal cruelty on a factory hog farm.

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