She Loves My Dog More Than Me



KRCB Live (series)


My Credits: Editor
© 2011 KRCB – North Bay Public Media. All rights reserved. Used with permission.


Cameras: JVC GY-HM700 with Fujinon 18x lens; and  JVC GY-HM100
Camera Format: XDcam EX (1920x1080i)
Master Format: ProRes 422(HQ) at 1920×1080 Interlaced
Post Production: Final Cut Pro
Length: 4 minutes, 30 seconds

Tengo La Voz: I Have The Voice

Tengo La Voz, which is Spanish for “I Have The Voice,” was a 2-year multidisciplinary program for Latino youth in Sonoma County, California. The goal was to provide students with access and training to the tools of self expression. In 2009, I produced and directed a 30-minute documentary that took viewers on a behind-the-scenes look at the workshops, summer camps, and other exciting opportunities in media production, art, and literature, all designed to help tomorrow’s leaders find their voice. The program also featured examples of the creative work the students completed.


The Art of Movement

AXIS Dance CompanyThe AXIS Dance Company, a pioneering professional dance group, began in 1987. Today, founding dancer Judith Smith is the artistic director of a creative, groundbreaking group of dancers— some with disabilities, others without.

How can you describe “physically integrated dance” in words? Without a firmly-established vocabulary, like that of ballet (which has evolved over a century), “you have to see it to believe it.”