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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Fog City Mavericks (2007)
Chronicles the past forty years of the lives and work of the Bay Area's best-known filmmakers.
2.
Shut Up & Sing (2006)
On stage at a 2003 London concert, Natalie Maines, lead singer of Texan trio the Dixie Chicks, spoke these 15 words to a small audience at the start of their sold-out international tour: "Just so you know, we're ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas." The comment was delivered on
3.
Voices in Wartime (2005) as Cinematographer
The experience of war communicated through powerful images and the words of poets--unknown and world-famous. Poets around the world, from the United States and Colombia to Britain and Nigeria to Iraq and India, share their poetry and experiences of war along with soldiers, journalists, historians an
4.
Ralph Nader: Up Close (1989) as Cinematographer
A revealing and personal look at consumer advocate, Ralph Nader.
5.
Rate It X (1986) as Camera Operator (Lily Of France)

Make-Up (feature film)

6.
Burroughs (1983) as Special Makeup Effects

Sound (feature film)

7.
Inheritance (1988) as Sound Editor
Film profiles and examines the destructiveness and waste that often prevails beneath the affluence of American life through one man born to great wealth.
8.
Rate It X (1986) as Additional Sound Recording
9.
Wild Style (1983) as Sound Effects (Location)
The work of maverick tagger Zoro attracts the attention of an East Village art enthusiast who gives him a commission him to paint the stage for a huge rapper's convention. The film serves as a record of the beginning of hip-hop in the boroughs of New York and features pioneers of the genre including
10.
Wild Style (1983) as Sound Editor
The work of maverick tagger Zoro attracts the attention of an East Village art enthusiast who gives him a commission him to paint the stage for a huge rapper's convention. The film serves as a record of the beginning of hip-hop in the boroughs of New York and features pioneers of the genre including

Film Production - Main (feature film)

11.
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)

12.
Rate It X (1986)

Cinematography (special)

13.
Robert Redford (2002) as Camera
Profile of actor/director/producer Robert Redford.
14.
Saudi Time Bomb? (2001) as Additional Camera
Exploration of the fragile alliance with the ultra-conservative kingdom of Saudi Arabia upon which the United States depends for 15 percent of the country's oil needs.
15.
Dr. Solomon's Dilemma (2000) as Additional Camera
A look at doctors forced to balance the needs of patients with the demands of the corporate bottom line. The program goes inside one of the premier Harvard teaching hospitals and discovers the critical condition of American medicine.
16.
Dancing Through Death: The Monkey, Magic & Madness (2000) as Director Of Photography
Documentary chronicles the effects of the Khmer Rouge on Cambodia through the eyes of one man returning to his homeland after twenty years absence.
17.
There Once Was a Town (2000) as Director Of Photography
Documentary that follows a group of people who return to their childhood shtetl in Poland to share memories of their culture and lives before World War II, their escape from the massacre that destroyed the Jewish presence in the town, and their years of fighting for survival during the Holocaust.
18.
Making Babies (1999) as Camera Operator
Examines the revolution in reproduction and the entrepreneurial atmosphere that imbues the practice of infertility medicine today. The program looks at how the new technologies hold great promise, but they usher in questions regarding the meaning of family.
19.
Free Speech For Sale: A Bill Moyers Special (1999) as Camera
Bill Moyers looks at wealthy industries that have used their access to the media to attempt to influence public opinion.
20.
Person of the Century: CBS News/Time 100 (1999) as Camera
The sixth in a series of six primetime specials produced jointly by CBS News and Time magazine celebrating the lives and legacies of 100 people who shaped the past 100 years, coinciding with six special issues of Time magazine. The final installment reveals the identity of "The Person of the Century
21.
Great Minds, Great Discoveries: People of the Century -- CBS News/Time 100 (1999) as Camera
The fourth in a series of primetime specials produced jointly by CBS News and Time magazine celebrating the lives and legacies of 100 people who shaped the past 100 years, coinciding with six special issues of Time magazine. The fourth special reveals the list of the 20 scientists who most influence
22.
Heroes and Icons: People of the Century: CBS News/Time 100 (1999) as Camera
The fifth installment of a series of primetime specials produced jointly by CBS News and Time Magazine celebrating the lives and legacies of 100 people who shaped the past 100 years, coinciding with six special issues of Time magazine. This special reveals the list of the 20 heroes and adventurers w
23.
Leaders and Revolutionaries: People of the Century: CBS News/Time 100 (1998) as Camera
The first in a series of primetime specials produced jointly by CBS News and Time magazine celebrating the lives and legacies of 100 people who shaped the past 100 years, coinciding with six special issues of Time magazine. The first special reveals the list of the 20 leaders and revolutionaries who
24.
Two Nations of Black America, The (1998) as Additional Camera
Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the issues facing America's black middle class as they become increasingly distanced from America's black poor.
25.
Silent Spring Revisited (1998) as Camera
Examines new evidence in the debate over the danger of man-made chemicals to human health and the environment.
26.
Joan Rivers: Can She Talk! (1998) as Camera
Profile of talk show host and comedian Joan Rivers.
27.
Surviving the Bottom Line With Hedrick Smith (1998) as Camera ("Running With The Bulls")
Four-part documentary focusing on the challenges and choices in the new American economy.
28.
Too Soon For Sex?: The Class of 2000 (1997) as Additional Camera
Report from Tillamook, Oregon, exploring teen sexuality and featuring interviews with teenagers, their parents, a high school counselor, an expert on teen sexuality from the University of Washington and author Naomi Wolf.
29.
Quincy Jones: The Incomparable Q (1997) as Camera
Biographical documentary of record producer and musician Quincy Jones.
30.
Hot Guns (1997) as Additional Camera
Special examines the illegal handgun market.
31.
Smithsonian Fantastic Journey (1996) as Camera
Second special highlighting the 150th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution. Highlights include an examination of white sharks off the shore of South Africa, a report on a new program to artificially inseminate cheetahs in American zoos, a trip to the Far East to explore the myths of reincarnat
32.
Last Revolutionary, The (1996) as Camera
Documentary includes a portrait of Fidel Castro and takes a look at contemporary Cuba, featuring an interview with the Cuban leader. Also includes an analysis of current U.S.- Cuban relations.
33.
Victory in the Pacific (1995) as Camera
Examination of the most important World War II battles fought in the Pacific and the development of the atomic bomb. Includes archival footage, radio broadcasts, newsreels and new visits to the battle sites.
34.
TV Nation: Year-in-Review Special (1994) as Camera
From filmmaker Michael Moore's comedic magazine summer series "TV Nation" comes this year-in-review special with new stories based on the issues and events of 1994. Included are a segment suggesting which countries the United States should invade in 1995, a benefit concert for corporations hit with
35.
When America Trembled -- Murrow/McCarthy (1994) as Camera
A documentary examining the 1954 confrontation between CBS newsman Edward R. Murrow and Senator Joseph McCarthy on Murrow's "See It Now" television program.
36.
Caught in the Crossfire (1992) as Additional Camera
A documentary exploring the changing role of the United Nations as peacekeeper.
37.
Year of the Generals, The (1992) as Camera
A special that chronicles the personal stories of the World War II military leaders who helped change the course of history in 1942. Focuses on American Generals Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, George Patton and George C. Marshall, U.S. Admiral Chester Nimitz, British Field Marshal Bernard
38.
Children at Risk (1991) as Camera
A health-care special hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop, former U.S. Surgeon General. Focuses on the sixteen million American children with no health insurance and poor-quality pediatric care.
39.
Time For Change, A (1991) as Camera
A health-care special hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop, former U.S. Surgeon General, exploring the future of medicine.

Film Production - Main (special)

40.
Surviving the Good Times: A Moyers Report (2000) as Additional Photography
For the past decade, America has experienced an economic transformation that began with the recession and restructuring of the early 1990s, and led to the unprecedented recovery and stock market boom that defined the end of the century. While this era has been one of prosperity, job growth and oppor
41.
Innovation (1997) as Additional Photography ("Man-Made Man")
Three-part special based on the cycle of life, from birth to old age. Examines how revolutionary advances in medical technology are ensuring healthy babies, preventing some of the most common fatal illnesses and enhancing the quality of of life of the aged.
42.
Last Revolutionary, The (1996) as Photography
Documentary includes a portrait of Fidel Castro and takes a look at contemporary Cuba, featuring an interview with the Cuban leader. Also includes an analysis of current U.S.- Cuban relations.
43.
Cronkite Remembers (1996) as Photography
Special recounting great events of the 20th century through the career of television newsman Walter Cronkite. Blends archival footage, photographs and recordings with Cronkite's own anecdotes, home movies and conversations with his family, friends and colleagues.
44.
Legacy of Shame (1995) as Photography
Exploration of the reality of life for U.S. migrant workers, examining how major legal changes have helped -- and hurt -- these members of the workforce. Inspired by the 1960 CBS documentary "Harvest of Shame" with Edward R. Murrow.
45.
Learning in America: Schools That Work (1990) as Photography
A special exploring the roots of the many problems plaguing American elementary education. The focus is on four schools that have explored a variety of approaches toward education.

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