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Patrick's Dilemma
Swift Productions, 60 min. 2016
A docu-drama which examines cultural differences between Parisians and San Franciscans through the story of Patrick, a French San Francisco resident who is under pressure from his family to return home.

4 Wheel Bob
Tritone Films, 82 min., 2016
4 Wheel Bob tells the story of Bob Coomber, an intrepid adventurer who sets out to be the first wheelchair hiker to cross the 11,845 foot Kearsarge Pass in the Sierra Nevada.

Counting From Infinity
Zala Films, 60 min., 2015
A study of a mathematician's rise from obscurity to celebrity after making an important breakthrough.

Running for Jim
Finish Line Features, 60 min., 2013
High school running coach Jim Tracy, his battle with Lou Gehrig's disease, and his 2010 championship team that brought his story to international attention.
(Additional editor)

American Idiots
Lionsgate Films, 92 min., 2013
Four friends embark on a cross-country journey to Las Vegas in an old RV to stop a wedding and save a friend from losing the love of his life.

Neon Sky
The Artists' Colony, 81 min., 2012
An American portrait depicting the last days of a small traveling carnival and the family who struggles to keep it alive.

Taking The Long View
Zala Films, 60 min., 2012
Documentary on the life of mathematician Shiing-shen Chern, one of the fathers of modern differential geometry.

The Peace Corps Returns
Class Productions., Inc., 60 min., 2012
The film documents former Peace Corps Volunteers as they return of some the to villages and communities where they had volunteered decades earlier and shows Sierra Leoneans and Americans working together to build a community.

Julia Robinson: Solving Hilbert's Tenth Problem
Zala Films, 60 min., 2011
Portrait of the first woman elected to the mathematical section of the National Academy of Sciences.

Truth About Kerry
O'Sullivan Pictures, 84 min., 2010
Feature length film staring Stana Katic (ABC's "Castlea, "24", "ER") about an American woman who turns up dead on a beach in Ireland.

Going The Distance
David L. Brown Productions, 60 min., 2010
Four survivors take us inside the experience of traumatic brain injury (TBI) to reveal their personal stories of devastation, heroism and hope.

Mud Bricks on Top of the World
Class Productions, 30 min., 2010
The film is about an innovative architectural project of BASIC Initiative organized by Sergio Palleroni. Filmed at the Druk White Lotus School at Shey, Ladakh, India.

AirRace21: A 500 MPH Love Story
Airrace21, LLC, 30 min., 2009
A reality television series pilot telling the amazing story of an ambitious racing team that took an old jet fighter from Cold War storage boxes to the Reno Air Races in record time despite overwhelming obstacles

Freeway Philharmonic
Tritone Films, 60 min., 2009
The dreams of freelance classical musicians who perform with orchestras across California while struggling to acquire a permanent position with a major symphony.

Angel of Mercy
Zala Films, 30 min., 2009
Documentary about a Hungarian nun who saved 1000 children during the holocaust.

A Span In Time
David L. Brown Productions, 60 min., 2008
The dramatic story of the Bay Bridge Labor Day construction project.
(2009 Emmy award nomination for best documentary)

Miya of the Quiet Strength
Swift Productions, 60 min., 2008
Documentary on the life of quadriplegic and political activist Miya Sioson.

Hard Problems
Zala Films, MAA, 87 min., 2007
Feature length documentary following the U.S. team's search for gold in the world's toughest math competition, The International Mathematics Olympiad.

The Bridge So Far
David L. Brown Productions, 60 min., 2006
Tragic, frustrating, comical, and historic, this documentary follows the Bridge from its original construction through the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake up to the present day.
(2007 multiple Emmy award-winner for best documentary)

The Thursday Club
Zala Films, 60 min., 2005
Documentary on Oakland police involvement during the 60's peace protests.

The Life of Woody Brown
David L. Brown Productions. 60 min.,2004
Documentary on 92 year old surfer and sailboat designer. (Additional Editor)

Seniors For Peace
David L. Brown Productions. 60 min., 2003
Documentary following a group of senior peace activists during the Iraq war.

Dead City
Pulse Films, 83 min., 2002
Feature length independent film about a deadly game of cat-and mouse.

One Last Score
Franchise Pictures, 90 min., 1999
Johnnie Cooper served time for an armed robbery that also his father and brother participated in. When he's released from jail he's determined to live a normal life and gets work at a gas station. But soon his brother pays a visit.
(Assistant editor)

8 Heads In A Duffelbag
Orion Pictures, 95 min., 1997
A mob bagman finds that his luggage, containing the proof of his latest hit, has been switched.
(Assistant editor)

Fight In The Fields
Paradigm Productions, 120 min., 1996
History of the United Farmworkers Union and the life of its founder, Cesar Chavez.
(Assistant editor)

The Young Indiana Jones
LucasFilm Ltd., 3x60 min., 1995
The series explores the childhood and youth of the fictional character Indiana Jones.
(Additional editor)

School Colors
Frontline, PBS, 120 min., 1994
Frontline focuses on the Issues of race, integration and education at Berkeley High School in California, whose students are an ethnic microcosm of urban America.
(Assistant editor)


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