Inspiration. My videography and film career began in 2007 when I needed a visual medium to show family the fruits of my Moore ancestral research. So for Christmas I presented them with a 30-minute film documenting my backwards journey to 1600s colonial Maryland. Ever since that Christmas, I've been hooked!
What I Do. I shoot and edit a lot of special-event and red-carpet videos, usually with a strong interview component. Music and business clients have hired me to create promos, whether as content for their websites or for Kickstarter campaigns. I've co-produced a feature-length historical documentary. And I also work on music videos, actor reels, and many other types of projects. One of my regular clients has been Fashion One, for whom I have shot and edited backstage and runway at New York Fashion Week, shot an episode for the series "Fashion on a Plate," profiling Michelin-rated NYC restaurants, and created the original series "Inside Fashion Week." I'm also an actor. Check out my actor website.
Rates. I tailor my rates, estimates, and quotes to each client after client shares pertinent details such as genre and duration of the work, audience, time commitment, lighting and audio needs, breadth of services required, e.g., shooting/editing/still photography/cinematography/sound engineering/graphics/animation/producing.
Feature Documentary Debut. My first feature film They Look Like Trees had its digital world premiere on Amazon in August 2020. In 2011 I made my first short documentary, "A Neighborhood Reborn: Life In Lower Manhattan 10 Years After 9/11."