A film for the USFWS (US Fish & Wildlife Service) about the unusual and majestic Wildlife Refuge complex outside of Las Vegas NV. It will explore the refuge's natural and cultural history, its unlikely charisma and why its protection is vital.
An independent narrative film based on a Mark Twain's Cannibalism in the Cars set to be premiered in October of 2012.
The Mount Whitney Fish Hatchery, 2012
A film about an unusual fish hatchery, the Golden trout and the effort to save them both.
Bishop Housing, 2012
A short video about the housing crisis in Bishop and the plight of the affected residents.
The Mono Lake Story, 2011
An award-winning film about the unique and precious Mono Lake ecosystem and the battle to save it. The Mono Lake story is a rare environmental success that can inspire and inform the environmental challenges of our time.
Commissioned by the Inland Empire Utilities Agency,this 29-minute film explores the ecology, the history, and the threats facing the Santa Ana Watershed in Southern California.
Planet Hunters, 2010
A show called Planet Hunters produced by Skyworks Digital, which follows scientists on their search for life on other planets. It was aired on National Geographic Television in December 2011.
Dangerous Waters: The Rivers of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, 2010
A short film commissioned by the National Park Service exploring the beauty and dangers of the park rivers.
National Geographic Television, 2009
An episode on the Pacific Crest Trail for National Geographic Channel's America's Wild Spaces series.
Friends of the Inyo, 2009
An introductory video for the Friends of the Inyo. Friends of the Inyo is a local non-profit, conservation organization dedicated to preserving the ecological, cultural and recreational values of the Eastern Sierra's public lands.
Grand Canyon National Park, in production
Currently in production is a video series for Grand Canyon National Park that will help connect viewers to Grand Canyon through a deeper exploration of the Canyon's natural and cultural treasures
A 40-minute film commissioned by the Death Valley Natural History Association.The film explores one of America's most enchanting National Parks. Living Death Valley was screened at the 2009 Moondance Film Festival and was the winner of the Calypso Award for best original score.