American University's School of Communication just published a first-person account of my summer internship with the AP in New York City. Read it here!
Aliens Among Us, a short satirical docu-drama shot by me and Erin Finicane in the Galapagos, has received an Honorable Mention by the 2012 BLUE Ocean Film Festival. With backing from Dr. Sylvia Earle and Jean-Michel Cousteau, BLUE is among the most respected festivals in conservation and wildlife filmmaking. It runs from September 24-30, 2012, in Monterey, CA. This year’s competition was fierce, with a record breaking 363 films submitted representing more than 20 countries and 5 languages. As an Honorable Mention, Aliens Among Us will be available for on-demand viewing in the festival's video library, which is open daily from 10-4.
This just in! Our film Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay has been awarded three Regional Emmy Awards (National Capital Chesapeake Bay Chapter) in the categories of Outstanding Documentary, Photography, and Editing - Student Division.
Next stop, 2012 Student Academy Awards...
Menhaden: The Most Important Fish in the Bay, a 30-minute documentary film I helped produce, was just awarded a CINE Golden Eagle Award in the division 'Student - Documentary.' I served as Associate Producer, Head Writer, and as a Field Producer/Shooter.
Past CINE winners include Mel Brooks, Ken Burns, Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard,...
Missed the original airing of Menhaden: the Most Important Fish in the Bay on Maryland Public Television? Now's your chance to see it again as it airs on Link TV's Earth Focus, an environmental news magazine that puts a human face on the environment by featuring under-publicized stories about how changes in our environment are affecting everyday people.