There is always debate whether something shot and edited on video is properly called a "film" anymore. I've edited both - film and video, and can wholeheartedly say it's no longer the medium but rather the mindset of everyone involved throughout the process. The pacing of something for a large screen in a theater is different. Likewise, if you apply cinematic pacing to a television documentary, audiences love it more, saying "it feels like a film".

Opioids

The Songpoet

Understanding the Opioid Epidemic

Lake of Betrayal

​Frederic Law Olmsted: Designing Western New York

Glorious
Down the Rhodes: The Fender Rhodes Story
Buffalo's Voices of Steel

Lake of Betrayal

Steel

Simon Manor

Olmsted

Niagara

Burchfield

Elbert Hubbard: An American Original

Dangerous Silence: AIDS
Home: A Documentary (Consultant)

Frank Lloyd Wright's Buffalo

Kali Ma
Davy & Stu (Colorist)
Fort Niagara: The Struggle for a Continent

FILMOGRAPHY

FILM EDITING

Songpoet

Glorious

Wright

Kali Ma

Simon Manor

Driven to Play

Don't Tread on Me

​Hassan (A/C)

Caravan

Waste

"This is the way PBS should make all of its documentary films

from now on. Superbly directed, shot and edited."

- Peter Twist, Military & Historical Consultant

  Master and Commander

  Pirates of the Caribbean

Rhodes

Hubbard