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EPISODIC

PASSPORT | DIRECTOR, DP, EDITOR

This is a pilot episode for an adventure sport anthology series called PASSPORT. The pilot takes place in the Chilean Andes, and Patagonia Argentina. Please reach out directly for the full length sizzle.

For the fisherman sport has utility—it feeds their family. For the runner in Kenya—it gets her to school. The Afghan horse polo player maintains a cultural heritage nearly lost to generations of war.

Across the world, sport has a meaning beyond just entertainment. If you speak the language of sport, you can drop into any culture and communicate through an ancestral activity that transcends language. Passport connects sports around the world to their cultural roots. Exploring the history of a specific sport to a particular region, and how sport has influenced the local culture of a place, and ultimately change its people, food, music, future.

JANUARY 6TH, PROUD BOYS | CHANNEL 4 UK | FIELD PRODUCER, DP

This special news segment following the January 6th, 2021 capitol riots followed a three-month embed with the leader of the proud boys Enrique Tarrio leading up to his arrest in DC and events leading up to and including the events of January 6th.

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SCRIPPS HOWARD AWARDS SHOW 2023 | PRODUCER, DP, EDITOR

The 2023 Scripps Howard Journalism Awards Show. Presented by Scripps News. Below are examples of individual pieces I produced, shot or edited for the program.

FLASHPOINTS, WITH FAREED ZAKARIA | CNN+ | PRODUCER

Flashpoints was a history and news documentary series hosted by Fareed Zakaria. The veteran host analyzes the history behind the headlines, the stories, people and forces that created the crises of today. 

This program was shelved with the cancellation of CNN+ and the Warner Bros Discovery Merger.

UNIDENTIFIED: INSIDE AMERICA'S UFO INVESTIGATION | HISTORY | ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

8-part doc series following former intelligence official and UFO whistleblower Lue Elizondo and his team investigating America’s national security interest in unidentified aerial phenomena.

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HELL ON EARTH: WEB SERIES | NAT GEO | EDITOR
Selected videos from a larger web series of extended content following the film Hell On Earth: The Fall of Syria and Rise of ISIS. 

BOMBS OVER ALEPPO: THE WHITE HELMETS
 

White Helmet Deputy in Aleppo, Ismail Abdullah served as a guide to Aleppo.
 
The White Helmets received praise as well as criticism for their work in Syria, bearing the weight of targets of the Assad regime, and being called angels for the heroic acts they perform, saving many Syrians, all victims to the large scale bombing campaign throughout Syria. 

At the height of the conflict, it was estimated that the White Helmets saved roughly 65 people a day. Abdullah deals with the trauma of this work, and explains the challenges his people face
 

As the war evolved, The White Helmets inevitably had to cooperate with the various rebel factions in Syria’s disputed territories. Abdullah describes how difficult it was for the groups to agree on democratic representation for the state:
 

“In the first place you’re refusing to include politics in the revolution and nobody is showing they’re belonging to a party or ideology, no one dare say I’m a secular, democratic, civic, leftist, rightist, they don’t dare do that.” says Abdullah.
 

It is this fear of belonging to a party that the international community can attach an agenda against, that has plagued the revolution from the beginning. This is the story of volunteers battling this predicament, with the core objective to protect their neighbors.
 

BOMBS OVER ALEPPO: AL QUDS HOSPITAL
 

 

From the surgeons in the hospitals to the ambulance drivers rescuing victims of air strikes, these personal stories were collected as part of the filming of Hell On Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS

This piece follows the stories of one of the most dangerous professions in the world: Syrian humanitarian workers serving in the medical field in Aleppo.

Most doctors have left the country, but these heroic volunteers have stayed in Syria to serve their country during the brutal ongoing civil war.



 

BOMBS OVER ALEPPO: CASTELO ROAD
 

The segment on Castelo Road is an extension of the work that the White Helmets do outside of just rescuing victims of airstrikes. As the Assad Regime gained territory into northern Syria, they laid siege to the country’s second largest city Aleppo, by cutting off its main supply route for humanitarian aid: the infamous Castelo Road. This segment is the story of those amazing volunteers, working tirelessly to keep the route safe and clear in order for aid convoys to enter the city.

HELL ON EARTH: DETAINED
 

This segment follows a Syrian family from the film, as they get detained in Turkey trying to cross into Greece.

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