I'm a color grading artist & photo editor with more than 25 years experience working on a broad range of film, tape & photo material, including: episodic TV, commercials, feature films, music videos, documentaries, and still photos. My clients include The National Geographic Channel, The Discovery Channel, TLC, The Travel Channel, The Smithsonian Channel and G4.
I've worked on feature films like “Independence Day”, "Benny & Joon" and "Meet Wally Sparks" and many independent films. I’ve also worked on numerous TV series, most recently season 2 of “DC Cupcakes”, a reality show about a cupcake shop in Washington, DC owned by 2 sisters. I’ve done hundreds of shows for National Geographic like the Worlds Most Dangerous series, Nat Geo Wild & Brady Barr Specials. The most recent show’s I’ve finished are – "Alaska Unleashed" for the Travel Channel, “Snipers Inc” & “Unlikely Animal Friends 2” for National Geographic.
I’ve also done a number of music specials & music videos over the years including Pink Floyd - "Take It Back", the Linda Perry - 4 Non Blondes hit "What's Up", David Bowie and others. I'm currently working on a new series for the G4 channel called " Bomb Patrol Afghanistan". Over the years I've worked on many feature films & episodic TV series shows.
Photo retouching is my second career; clients include models, professional photographers and a war correspondent currently embedded with the troops in Afghanistan. I just finished a photo book called “Iraq: Inside the Inferno” for Michael Yon, an award-winning photo journalist whose pictures have graced the front pages of nearly every major newspaper in the United States.
Another recent project I recently worked on are photos of the oldest cave art ever found, 35,000 years old, found inside a cave in the Northern Territory of Australia. Some of those photos can be seen on Oprah’s website – oprah.com/oprahshow/The-Sacred-Gabarnmung-Cave-in-Australia/2