This year I attended the Documentary Edit and Story Lab, a program of the Documentary Film Program, as a Contributing Editor. My work there was, ostensively, to help directors and editors to incorporate a mountain of feedback into their works-in-progress. What really happened though, was a week of joyful collaboration and inspiration. Here is Robert Greene better […]
“Paper Tigers” and “Resilience” are companion documentary films directed by James Redford about how your experiences make you sick. There is science, and there are characters. I am assistant editing the films and editing DVD extras and online content. Teaser and more info here: http://papertigersmovie.com/ Password: aces
As part of Transom‘s Online Workshop, I produced an audio doc about a boxer. The piece is featured on their site with work from other participants around the world, check it out here.
In this piece, my dad tells me about his first, and last, bear hunt. It is a story about hunting, and the kinds of stories we bring home from our greatest adventures. Originally aired on KCRW’s Unfictional. (The Bear Story starts at 16:16.)
I was an editor on this advocacy short for the Center of American Progress which explores the risks of oil and natural gas drilling in Wyoming’s Noble Basin. This piece is part of a three-part series about priveately-owned energy producers extracting from public lands.
I was an Assistant Editor on this production from Moving Bits USA for Smithsonian Channel. This hour-long documentary explores the science behind the Chilean mine rescue. Here is a peek at how we made some snazzy animations: