I graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1974. As a student of film and film history, I learned a lot, but didn't see a practical way to make a living as a film maker in the 1970's. I took a 40 year side trip through advertising that, oddly enough, brought me back around to independent film making.
On the set of a reality TV shoot mixing 10 channels of wireless lavs.
I retired in 2017, and I have stepped away from commercial work. Since then I have found a great deal of creative joy in working in independent films in all capacities. I have worked as a producer, arranging financing and structuring a production company, sound recordist on several indie shoots, a documentary, and a reality TV show, as well as cinematographer on a number of shorts, but sound recording is what I really enjoy most these days.
If you have a script to develop, a project to shoot, or a film that requires a professional approach to structure or a sound gig for a day or a month, let's talk.