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Birth Place: Profession: Film Production - Main ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
My Father's Garden (1996) as Cinematographer
Drawing on her own life as the daughter of an early chemical farmer in the fifties, and the life of pioneer organic farmer Fred Kirschenmann, filmmaker Miranda Smith explores the use and misuse of technology on the American farm, in this documentary which serves as a testament to the destructive leg

Stunts (feature film)

2.
Angels in the Outfield (1994) as Stunt Coordinator
A foster child believes that his luck will change if his beloved California Angels can win the pennant. Meanwhile, the last-place team's manager is trying to turn the club around and save his job. He gets help from an angel named Al who miraculously leads the club to the playoffs.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

3.
Deep Winter (2009)
Maverick downhill racer, Tyler Crowe, reunites with best friend and renegade snowboarder, Mark Rider. It doesn't take long for the old friends to take on a new mission. Together they head to Alaska, where led by a veteran guide, the two attempt the most daring descent on snow ever caught on film. Bu
4.
Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western (1997) as Production Manager
Interviews and film clips re-create the glorious history of the American western.
5.
White Winter Heat (1987) as Additional Photography

Animation (special)

6.
Evolution (2001) as Additional Animator
Documentary series that focuses on how life evolved from water to earth and how humans evolved from nonhuman species. The series focuses heavily on Copernicus and Charles Darwin and concentrates on telling the story of evolution as a scientific fact.

Film Production - Main (special)

7.
Everest: The Mystery of Mallory and Irvine (1986) as Production Assistant
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

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