Skip to content
 
cialis online

Please Make A Donation Now

Enter Amount:

Documentary Sound Recordist

2013
-YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY;
An 8-part PBS series about climate change.

2012
-REMOTE CONTROL:
An independent Mongolian feature directed and written by Byamba Sakhya, shot on location in Mongolia.

2011
-HALF THE SKY:
A 4-part PBS series with Nick Kristoff, Diane Lane, Eva Mendes, Amerika Ferrara- as theyconfront the oppression of women around the world, and the people making a difference. Shot in Somaliland, INdia, Sierra Leone. Produced by Show of Force
- GOD IS THE BIGGER ELVIS:
An HBO documentary nominated for an Academy Award in the short documentary category.

2010
- HBO MASTER CLASS with Olafur ELiasson in Berlin, Germany. Produced by Simon & Goodman.

2007-2008
- GLASS: A PORTRAIT OF PHILIP IN TWELVE PARTS:
A film about the life of composer Philip Glass, directed by Scott Hicks.
-TAXI TO THE DARK SIDE: A film about U.S. policy on torture. Academy Award winner/ Best Documentary '08. Directed by Alex Gibney.
-JULIAN SCHNABEL: An HBO portrait of the man as artist, shot in San Sebastien, Spain. Directed by Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon.
- FUENTIDUEÑA: A Metropolitan Museum / Cloisters educational production. Directed by Chris Noey.

2006
- JIMMY CARTER, MAN FROM PLAINS:
a documentary about the former president, directed by Jonathan Demme.
- THE POWER OF THE GAME:
A film about the power of football (soccer). Shot around the world. Directed by Michael Apted.

2005
- ALL ABOARD:
Rosie O’Donnell’s HBO special about the gay & lesbian family cruise to Nassau, Bahamas from New York.
- THE WAR : Ken Burns, the historical series on World War II.
- DOMESTIC TERROR: ERIC RUDLOPH: Work in progress about the now convicted bomber responsible for two deaths in the southern United States. Directed by Jim Chambers.

2003-04
- UNFORGIVABLE BLACKNESS:
The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson, a Ken Burns documentary.
- GAME OVER: KASPAROV AND THE MACHINE:
A BBC film about Russian chess champion Gerry Kasparov, directed by Vikram Jayanti.

2000-2002
- SEARCHING FOR DEBRA WINGER;
a film on women actresses and the challenges of aging, directed by Rosanna Arquette.
- NOT FOR OURSELVES ALONE: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony, a film by Ken Burns and Paul Barnes.
- THE HAMPTONS: An ABC series on the myriad aspects of life throughout the Long Island enclave. Sound recordist for six weeks, one of several. Directed by Barbara Kopple.
- SCOTTSBORO: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY, a film exploring the trial of 9 teenage black boys accused of raping two white women in Alabama in 1931. Directed by Daniel Ankar and Barak Goodman.
- CUBA DANCE : The Washington Ballet and Cuban National Ballet meet in Havana and Washington for collaborative performances. (Sound recordist for Havana segment- one of several) Directed by Cynthia Newport and Barbara Kopple

1990-1999
-WITNESS:
Smithsonian documentary on endangered species. Filmed throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
- EINSTEIN AND ME: A film about what inspires scientists. Shot in South Africa, Madagascar, and the USA. Directed by Michael Apted
- LIFE AND DEBT: The POV documentary about NAFTA and “free trade” and its effects on developing countries, using Jamaica as an example. Directed by Stephanie Black. Opened the Human Rights Film Festival, New York 2001
- ORBIS: The documentary film/ fund raiser for the “flying eye hospital”; ophthalmologists teaching surgery in under-developed countries, (China and Myanmar). Directed by Marilyn Agrelo.
- HBO: KANSAS CITY: A documentary about substance abuse and the relation to homicide. Directed by Kirk SImon
- COUGARS: The National Geographic Special on cougars in the wild and in the suburbs and our prospects of co-habitation.
- THE PHOTOGRAPHERS: The National Geographic Explorer program on photographers shooting sporting events. Filmed in Moscow, Russia.
- POET ON THE FRONTLINE: A film about the Polish war journalist and novelist, Ryschard Kapuschinski. Filmed in Germany, Belarus & Ethiopia. Directed by Gabriella Pfeiffer.
- RICHARD AVEDON: DARKNESS AND LIGHT: Sound recordist (one of several) for this retrospective “American Masters” film.
- THE WHITE HOUSE: A National Geographic production about the White House and the people who work there, i.e. kitchen staff, plumbers, gardeners, electricians, and butlers who have served under numerous administrations. Interviews with former President Jimmy Carter, President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton.
- THE ANATOMY OF LOVE: The Turner Broadcast production about love and relationships in distant and unfamiliar cultures. Filmed for three weeks with the Samburu people of northern Kenya.
- THE QUESTION OF EQUALITY: A four part series for Public Television about the Gay and Lesbian civil rights movement.
- TV NATION: Sound recordist for several segments of the television series hosted by Michael Moore.
- WOODSTOCK ‘94: Sound recordist (one of several) for the documentary film about the anniversary concert, directed by Barbara Kopple.
- THE DANCE PROJECT: A Public Television production about dance and sexuality in different cultures. Filmed in Morocco and New York. Directed by Ellen Hovde and Muffy Meyers
- FREEDOM TRAIL: A Turner Broadcast film about the involvement of people of African descent in the early history of the United States.
- CRITTERCAM:
A National Geographic Explorer film about sharks and a prototype camera that attaches to the shark and records data. Filmed in Belize and Mexico
- LENNOX LEWIS: A BBC production about Lennox Lewis training in Maryland for his upcoming fight with Frank Bruno.
- NATION AT RISK: A Public Television video special about the racial and language divide in the American educational system.
- THE MIKE TYSON STORY: Barbara Koppel’s biographical documentary on the man’s life.
- FOWL WATER: A National Geographic Explorer show about the poultry industry and its effects on the nation’s ground water supply.
- IRONY CURTAIN: A U.K. Channel 4 production about the politics of art in the former Soviet Union and in the United States.
- CHILDHOOD: The PBS series, shot throughout the United States, Japan, and the former USSR.
- SMOKE JUMPERS:
National Geographic’s film about smoke-jumpers in the northwestern U.S.-
- THROUGH THE WIRE:
A POV Public Television production about female political prisoners in the United States. Directed by Nina Rosenblum.
- ART AND CULTURE OF INDONESIA: A film produced for The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The film, shot throughout Indonesia, accompanied an extensive Indonesian art exhibit that toured the U.S.
- ART AND GLASNOST: A film about Russian artists and the first Western auction of their work (Sotheby’s). Filmed in Moscow and New York.
- GLOBAL REFUGEES: A world tour of border refugee camps, filmed for Public Television. Locations included: Cambodia/Thailand; Afghanistan/Pakistan; Mozambique/Zimbabwe; Mexico/Guatemala
- COSTA RICA, ENDANGERED DEMOCRACY: The Public television production about US policy and Costa Rican politics.
- C.A.R.E.: Beta video depicting the work of C.A.R.E. in India, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

COMMERCIAL LOCATION SOUND RECORDIST
Directors
: Doug Limon, Tony Goldwyn, Peter Berg, Scott Hicks, Michael Apted, Pierluca de Carlo, Steve James, Wes Anderson, Darren Aronofsky, Spike Lee, Tony Kaye, Bob Giraldi, Paul Cade, Martin Bell, Lesli Linka Glatter, Barbara Koppel, Micheal Moore. 
New York Commercial Production Companies
: Independent Media, Nola Pictures, Classified FIlms, Rockfight, Anonymous Content, Partizan Pictures, Mechaniks, Moxie Pictures, Chelsea Pictures, Coppos Films, Tool of North America, BOB Industries, Saturday Night Live, Cohn & Company,, Epoch Films, Giraldhi-Suarez Productions, HKM Productions, Radical Media, Artists Only, Strand Communications, Portfolio, HBO, 1/33 Productions, SunnySide Films, Creative Thinking.