I cut this piece for Nate Heck. This is both the intro and Season Promo for Season 2 of Artrageous with Nate, an art travel show that is being reinvented and pitched to Netflix. 
I cut this piece for Nate Heck. This is the first of 3 clips from the pilot for Season 2 of Artrageous with Nate, an art travel show that is being reinvented and pitched to Netflix. Nate produced, Tim Irwin directed and Vinnie Manganello shot this on location in The Basque Country, Spain, featuring Phil Miller originally from Edinburghs Scotland. Adam Cox composed the music. I helped Nate and Tim to write this and then edited and colored the show within 3 weeks.
I cut this piece for Nate Heck. This is the second of 3 clips from the pilot for Season 2 of Artrageous with Nate, an art travel show that is being reinvented and pitched to Netflix. Nate produced, Tim Irwin directed and Vinnie Manganello shot this on location in The Basque Country, Spain, featuring Phil Miller originally from Edinburgh Scotland. Adam Cox composed the music. I helped Nate and Tim to write this and then edited and colored the show within 3 weeks.
I cut this piece for Nate Heck. This is the third of 3 clips from the pilot for Season 2 of Artrageous with Nate, an art travel show that is being reinvented and pitched to Netflix. Nate produced, Tim Irwin directed and Vinnie Manganello shot this on location in Madrid, Spain. Sara Jean Cox created the animations. I helped Nate and Tim to write this and then edited and colored the show within 3 weeks.
I cut this piece for Nate Heck. This is Pilot for Season 2 of Artrageous with Nate, an art travel show that is being reinvented and pitched to Netflix. Nate produced, Tim Irwin directed and Vinnie Manganello shot this on location in The Basque Country and in Barcelona, Cadaques and Madrid, Spain. Sara Jean Potts created the animations. Adam Cox composed most of the music. I helped Nate and Tim to write this and then edited and colored the show within 3 weeks.
I cut this trailer for a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservationism in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment.
This is the first of six clips from a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservation in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment. This was in the Heartland Short Film Festival and other festivals and on Kenyan Television.
This is the second of six clips from a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservation in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment. This was in the Heartland Short Film Festival and other festivals and on Kenyan Television.
This is the third of six clips from a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservation in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment. This was in the Heartland Short Film Festival and other festivals and on Kenyan Television.
This is the fourth of six clips from a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservation in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment. This was in the Heartland Short Film Festival and other festivals and on Kenyan Television.
This is the fifth of six clips from a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservation in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment. This was in the Heartland Short Film Festival and other festivals and on Kenyan Television.
This is the last of six clips from a documentary I edited for Mays Entertainment on conservation in Kenya. Following four Kenyan young men from different corners of the country and telling the story of how their lives relate to the ostensibly foreign concern of conserving the environment. This was in the Heartland Short Film Festival and other festivals and on Kenyan Television.
I cut this and help to write it with Jerald Harkness of Studio Auteur, who produced/directed it with Shine Global. It was originally for Spike TV but ended up on The Paramount Network. It was also in The Heartland Short Film Festival. After the 2016 election, students at Hume-Fogg, a diverse Tennessee school for people of different backgrounds, learn a little open-mindedness from the young conservative editor of the student newspaper.
This is the 1st of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This is the 2nd of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This is the 3rd of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This is the 4th of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This is the 5th of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This is the 6th of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This is the last of 7 clips from 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany'. This show won the National Emmy for Best Editing. I was responsible for the 'writing': the structure of narrative or storytelling more than on any of the other shows I've worked on. I was given about 3 hours of interview selects by the producer and wove the story together from that. I was also responsible for the music choice & editing; picture edit (including sourcing stock); graphic design and SFX editing (with help from Audio engineer: Steve McQueary). The New York Times reviewed the show as "skillfully assembled and edited" and the Miami Herald wrote "Stunning documentary...seamlessly woven."
This contains several scenes of graphic gore. This is the Demo for 'Vietnam Nurses with Dana Delany' that I put togther to sell the idea to networks. WE were very enthusiastic from the start and gave the show a limited commercial break viewing (only one break). The show had the 2nd highest ratings ever for WE. I edited the final show (7 clips of which are above). It was nominated for Best Documentary and won the National Emmy for Individual achievement in a Craft: Editing.
This documentary about the genesis of Title IX, was produced for the NCAA and broadcast on ESPN2. Chris Wertz wrote, produced & directed. I cut it and did the motion graphics. Narrated by Holly Hunter.
This documentary about the genesis of Title IX, was produced for the NCAA and broadcast on ESPN2. Chris Wertz wrote, produced & directed. I cut it and did the motion graphics. Narrated by Holly Hunter.
This documentary about the genesis of Title IX, was produced for the NCAA and broadcast on ESPN2. Chris Wertz wrote, produced & directed. I cut it and did the motion graphics. Narrated by Holly Hunter.
This documentary about the genesis of Title IX, was produced for the NCAA and broadcast on ESPN2. Chris Wertz wrote, produced & directed. I cut it and did the motion graphics. Narrated by Holly Hunter.
A clip from a series of 3 x 60 min documentaries I edited for the Military Channel several years ago, that also ended up on Netflix.
A clip from a series of 3 x 60 min documentaries I edited for the Military Channel several years ago, that also ended up on Netflix.
A clip from a series of 3 x 60 min documentaries I edited for the Military Channel several years ago, that also ended up on Netflix.
I edited this promo for a series about a father and son team (Bob and Matt Massie) who have a hobby of trawling for old 'junk' through estate auctions, pawnshops and the like, mainly for old military mementos. In this episode they find a box, the contents of which they eventually reunite with its owner, a WWII vet who happens to still be alive and delighted to see them again. This story couldn't have worked out any better. The pilot that I eventually cut for this won a bronze National Telly Award.
This won a bronze National Telly Award. I edited this (including heavily editing the script) as a pilot for a series. I also wrote the open narration and cut and post-produced the demo (above). A father and son team (Bob and Matt Massie) have a hobby of trawling for old 'junk' through estate auctions, pawnshops and the like, mainly for old military mementos. In this episode they find a box, the contents of which they eventually reunite with its owner, a WWII vet who happens to still be alive and delighted to see them again. This story couldn't have worked out any better. This is the first part of a 35 minute piece.
This won a bronze National Telly Award. I edited this (including heavily editing the script) as a pilot for a series. I also wrote the open narration and cut and post-produced the demo (above). A father and son team (Bob and Matt Massie) have a hobby of trawling for old 'junk' through estate auctions, pawnshops and the like, mainly for old military mementos. In this episode they find a box, the contents of which they eventually reunite with its owner, a WWII vet who happens to still be alive and delighted to see them again. This story couldn't have worked out any better. This is the second clip out of a 35 minute piece.
I cut this for Jupiter Entertainment in Knoxville TN as part of the Fatal Attraction Series. This is a rough cut.

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