Features: Narrative, Documentary & Docu-Drama

Love Between The Covers Producer/Director: Laurie Kahn
An in depth look into the world of romance fiction, a female-powered engine of commerce, a multibillion-dollar business,and a tech-savvy global sisterhood. Theatrical and television release early 2016.

Electoral Dysfunction Producer/Director: Leslie Farrell, David Deschamps and Bennett Singer
How voting for the president of the United States really works in America. Human, funny, gritty, contentious, obscene - and real. Theatrical release and PBS broadcast. Available on Netflix.

Two Square Miles Producer/Director: Laurie Kahn
An in depth look into the world of romance fiction, a female-powered engine of commerce, a multibillion-dollar business,and a tech-savvy global sisterhood. Theatrical and television release early 2016.

Martha & Ethel Producer/Director: Jyll Johnstone and Barbara Ettinger
Portrait of two elderly nannies and the enduring relationships with the children they raised. Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals, Best Documentary: Hamptons Film Festival. Sony Pictures Classics: Theatrical/cable release.

Angelo My Love Producer/Director: Robert DuvallDrama of Gypsy boy and his odyssey through the NY Gypsy world. Cannes Film Festival/ Theatrical/ cable release.

Death By Hanging Producer/Director: Robert Duvall
“America Undercover” Documentary Series: HBO Productions. Cine Golden Eagle.

We’re Not The Jet Set Producer/Director: Robert Duvall
Documentary about a tough Nebraska rodeo, ranching and farming family. Theatrical release.

Get Rollin’ Producer/Director: Terry Mitchell
Theatrical release.

One Hour: Documentary & Docu-Drama

Ken Burns: The Civil War:
Extended interviews with Rick Burns, writer and co-producer, Geoffrey Ward, writer, and Buddy Squires, the Director of Photography of the series, to be included on the 25th Anniversary DVD release as bonus viewing material.

NOVA: Pluto Flyby Producer/Director: Terri Randall
The journey of “New Horizons,” a NASA space craft launched in 2006, with its destination Pluto. It's mission: take high resolution images of Pluto and analyze its atmosphere in this historic first encounter. Broadcast July 2015. PBS.

NOVA: The Robots Are Coming Producer/Director: Terri Randall
The development of a state-of-the-art rescue robot that can perform specific manual tasks in dangerous or life threatening environments. In Post Production. Air date: 2016. PBS.

NOVA: Smartest Machine on Earth Producer/Director: Michael Bicks
PBS documentary about artificial intelligence and “Watson”, IBM’s state-of-the-art computer that plays “Jeopardy.” PBS.

NOVA: Science Now Producer/Director: Terri Randall
Two one hour shows. PBS.

African American Lives Producers/Directors: Leslie Farrell, Leslie Gladsjo, Jesse Sweet, Graham Judd
Four one-hour series that traces family histories of prominent African Americans back through slavery and with DNA analysis, to Africa and Europe. Kunhardt Prods. PBS.

Atlantic City Hookers: It Ain’t E-Z Being A Ho’ Producer/Director: Brent Owens
HBO’s now classic America Undercover documentary series about prostitutes, their johns, their world.

Downtown Girls: The Hookers of Honolulu Producer/Director: Brent Owens
Four male-born transgender prostitutes working the downtown strip in Honolulu. HBO/America Undercover.

Carrier: Arsenal of the Sea
Maiden voyage of USS Ronald Reagan, Navy’s latest nuclear carrier, from Norfolk, VA through the Straits of Magellan. Discovery Channel.

“This Far By Faith” Producer/Director: Leslie Farrell
African-Americans travel through the Deep South on to Goree Island, Senegal, retracing route of ancestors to America.PBS series

Isabella Producer/Director: Eugene Enrico
Docu-drama about “First Lady of the Renaissance”, Isabella d’Este. Filmed in Italy. PBS.

New School Order Producer/Director: Gini Reticker
Local politics, money and fundamentalist religion clash in a small town north of Philadelphia. Sundance Film Festival. PBS.

Maestro of Bologna Producer/Director: Eugene Enrico
The beauty of Maestro Luigi Tagliavini’s world famous collection of 16th-20th century harpsichords, housed in the Church of San Colombano, Bologna, Italy.

Narrative / Period Pieces

Abraham Lincoln Producer/Director: Terri Randall
Four 6 minute pieces that reveal pivotal moments in Lincoln’s life at the time he was being photographed by three famous 19th century photographers. The History Channel (A&E Network).

Mount Vernon Project Producer/Director: Terri Randall
Short dramatic pieces about George and Martha Washington set in 18th Century Virginia. For permanent exhibition at Mount Vernon Museum. Produced by A&E Television.

Choosing Sides Producer/Director: Terri Randall
Revolutionary War period piece exploring the conflicting political passions of four characters. Produced through The History Channel for Independence Hall Museum, Philadelphia.

A Dream of Empire Producer: Chiz Schultz; Director: Luis Soto
Sixteenth Century period piece about Conquistador who founded St. Augustine, FL. National Geographic.

Corporate Assignments

I work with corporations producing, directing, shooting and editing identity pieces for their websites.


We all shoot interviews and I take pride in doing them very well. I’ve shot interviews with an amazingly diverse group of men and women, from US presidents, senators, foreign heads of state, to corporate leaders, astrophysicists, Wall Streeters, dirt farmers, musicians, actors and a US Supreme Court judge. I have assembled a lighting package that allows me to work in any environment to produce beautiful and compelling images.

Network Television

I worked for over 15 years as a freelance DP for Good Morning America, The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, ABC World News Tonight, CBS Sunday Morning, Dateline, Nightline and 20/20. I shot single, multi camera and multi-crew interviews, live shots, and short documentaries relating to major national and international events. My work there earned an Edward R. Murrow Award, one of the highest accolades in the news business.