In 2018, I walked away from a highly successful and lucrative corporate job as Creative Director in order to fully cater to the demands of my clients. I’m proud to say, I have a history of going over and beyond, which has resulted in business relationships that have lasted for years. 

 

After obtaining a Radio and Television Broadcasting Degree in 1985, I began my professional journey with an NBC affiliate in South Carolina. Working as a video editor and camera operator, it wasn't long before I realized the need for more creative challenges. 

 

So in 1987, my passion for cinema would put me in Los Angeles, attending The Movie Group Institute. Here I would study Cinematography and Directing under the watchful eye of the late Actor, Ross Hagen (Gunsmoke, Mission Impossible, The Fall Guy).  Soon after, I  would go on to direct and shoot such notables as Donald O'Connor (Singing In The Rain), Sarah Jessica Parker (Sex In The City) and many others.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Career highlights include; the visual effects department for Paramount Television’s “Seven Days” TV series, along with the Emmy winning CBS sports documentary, "The Life and Times of Pete Maravich" in which I would be credited as Cinematographer. The show won two Emmys.

CBS Presents:

The Life and Times of

Pete Maravich

Narrated by

Harry Connick, Jr.

On set working as

Assistant Camera for

Gary Graver,

Cinematographer for

Orson Wells.

My goal is to continue bringing a cost-effective solution to every individual who has a desire to see their ideas come to life. Please free to reach out, so we can discuss your project(s) and long-term goals.

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