ABOUT

THE ART OF FILMMAKING stole my heart on a shoot in Yosemite in 2011. In 2013, after two decades editing publications such as National Parks and National Wildlife magazines, I decided to pursue film full time. That same year, I founded and co-directed the award-winning National Park Experience film series (NPX), where diverse and cultural stories have since appeared in national parks, in film festivals, at brand-sponsored events, and on PBS.org.  

I'm currently working on two feature documentaries: "CONFLUENCE," the last in the NPX series; and "RAMRO" [working title], a 25-year-long journey about a climber whose life veered sharply off-course after he suffered a mysterious invisible wound during a Himalayan expedition in 1992. 

I perform a variety of roles in the medium: director, shooter, story producer, writer, story editor, story consultant, workshop coach, guest instructor, festival judge, and panelist. Hit me up if you have a great story to tell!