I’m an EMMY and multiple Telly Award-Winning Director of Photography, I have 11 years in the industry. From 2007 to 2011, I served as the Director of Photography for the Washington Wizards NBA basketball team. Before that I was with RHED Pixel, a production house in Vienna, VA headed by Richard Harrington and Mark Weiser. In my freelance career, I’ve worked with a multitude of clients, including the NBA, the WNBA, Under Armour, the Washington Mystics, the Washington Examiner, Aristotle, M2 Multimedia, Green Buzz Agency, the Virginia Spine Institute, Blackboard Education, In-Q-Tel, RainKing, the George Washington University, BlueCross BlueShield, SIIA, Kiska Media, Madame Tussauds, and the Washington Redskins to list just a few.
I’ve served on 6 independent films as Director of Photography, including “Deadmen,” which won “Best Cinematography” at the Visually Wired Film Festival and was an official selection by both the D.C. Independent Film Festival and the Rosebud Film Festivals in 2004.
In my time with the Washington Wizards, I served as Director of Photography / Editor / Colorist on “Wizards Magazine,” which was awarded with a 2011 EMMY Award for “Sports Editing” and a 2011 Peer Award for “Director of Photography.”
In the fall of 2011, I was the cinematographer on the music video “G-Thang” for the popular Richmond based musical artist Chris “C-Scholar” Scholar.
In January 2012, I was the Director of Photography and Co-Editor on the music video “Redemption – Concentric Circles” for the popular band Borracho.
In March, 2012 I’m serving as DP on “Meche, Yo,” a film directed by Laura Reyes.
My rates are very competitive and negotiable.
Specialties – Film and Video Lighting, Advanced Camera Techniques, Color-Correction and Post-Production Expert, Expert Knowledge of Video Codecs and Post-Processing, Certified Expert in Final Cut Pro 7.0. Expert knowledge on many camera platforms, including RED, Panasonic, DSLR, Arriflex film and ALEXA systems as well as others.