Co-founded (with Sighvatsson) Propaganda Films
Met Sigurjon 'Joni' Sighvatsson while studying at the AFI
Served as one of the producers of "Being John Malkovich"
Produced "The Penny Elf", starring Christopher Lloyd, while at the AFI
Produced the ensemble drama, "Babel" directed and co-produced by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Picture
Co-executive produced TV-movie for TNT, "Heat Wave"
Co-produced (with Sighvatsson) first feature film for their Propaganda Films, "The Blue Iguana"
Co-produced (with Sighvatsson) first feature film, "Private Investigations"
Produced second Charlie Kaufman film "Eternal Sunshine Of the Spotless Mind" starring Jim Carrey an Kate Winslet; film was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Picture (Musical or Comedy)
Served as producer and executive producer on over 150 music videos and advertisements for performers such as Madonna, Janet Jackson, Don Henley, Prince, Guns'n'Roses and companies such as Nike, Pepsi, Coca-Cola and Reebok
Worked as an associate producer (along with Sighvatsson) on two low-budget features for the Patel/Shah Film Group, "Hard Rock Zombies" (1983) and "American Drive-In" (1985)
Executive Produced the Showtime drama "The L Word"
Served as line producer for the feature film, "Nickel Mountain" (on which Sighvatsson also worked)