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2021

Filmed longs lens mammal behavior, macro timelapses, drone shots, and operated GSS jib arm on a boat at sea for an upcoming series on NBC

2021

Filmed insects at 1000fps with Phantom Veo and assisted macro mating sequence for the upcoming BBC series, The Mating Game. Produced by Silverback Films. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough.

2021

Filmed scientists in the field, interviews, long lens wildlife, and drone shots for a French documentary La beauté cachée des laids (The Hidden Beauty of Ugly)

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2020-2021

Worked as a Camera Assistant on macro sequences for a blue chip NatGeo series. Shoots involved reptiles, amphibians, insects, and plants. 

2019-2020

Filmed seasonal, macro, & underwater timelapses in the US & Canada while working as a Camera Assistant for the AppleTV+ series, Tiny World. Produced by Plimsoll Productions.

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2018-2021

Operated cameras mounted on deep-sea submersibles Hercules and Argus during scientific explorations on Nautilus Live. Worked in control room alongside pilots, navigators, and scientists

2019

Filmed sequences of mammal behavior and seasonal change in New England for a Nat Geo Wild series produced by Off The Fence. 

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2019

Filmed penguins on display and behind-the-scenes at the New England Aquarium for Animal Planet's The Zoo 

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2019

Filmed live launches and recoveries of the manned-submersible, Alvin, from the deck of Research Vessel Atlantis in the Pacific Ocean for BBC's Blue Planet Live

2018

Shot a seasonal time study project and filmed wildlife at night using a thermal imaging camera for PBS & BBC's Autumnwatch New England

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2017

Researched, directed, shot, and edited Nesting with the Devil. The film tells the story of Great Blue Herons, Bald Eagles, and their mysterious nesting relationship on the coast of British Columbia

Please contact for a full CV

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