I’ve established a good reputation as a location sound mixer, post-production guru, and composer over the course of 20+ years. Highlights include: Documentary footage for the B.B. King museum including following BB to gigs in NYC, his home in Las Vegas, and interviewing celebrities the likes of Bruce Willis, Dr. John, Dickie Betts, etc. I’ve also worked on national spots for Habitat for Humanity with spokespersons such as former President Jimmy Carter, Harry Conick Jr., and Branford Marsalis. Almost exactly a year ago I was finishing up location work on a feature film which starred Lawrence Fishburne, Ryan Phillipe and Colm Meaney. I worked on several segments of Martin Scorsese’s “The Blues” six part documentary series for National PBS. The recording sessions I engineered for blues artist Willie King from that documentary series garnered a WC Handy Award for Best Traditional Blues Song. His most recent album which I also engineered has just recently been nominated for Best Traditional Blues Album of the year by the WC Handy Awards as well. I have also done location sound work for VH1, The Discovery Channel, HGTV, TV Food Network w/ Rachael Ray, the World Poker Tour, etc. I have composed scores for numerous independent films & commercials. Last year, my score for a high-profile Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi anti-smoking spot received a Gold Addy for Best Musical Score. My post-production talents have been put to use for programs for the Army and NASA to spots for the Navy to award-winning independent short films such as Cedula Ciudadano and Revisited.