Pitching and producing new shows since 2001
Researcher/Writer/Field Producer, two-hour special for Discovery. 2019.
Field Producer, web documentary series for the ACLU. 2018.
Pilot Producer, "Maui Beach Rescue," Travel Channel, aired in November 2017.
Co-Executive Producer, Outdoor Channel, "Backcountry Rescue." 2016.
Supervising Producer, "Wildest Town In America" sizzle funded by Nat Geo Wild. 2015.
Supervising Producer, pilot episode of "Log Cabin Living" on HGTV. 2014.
Executive Producer, "Cougar Vs. Wolf" on Nat Geo Wild. This wildlife adventure story remains in rotation during the network's annual Big Cat Week. 2013.
Supervising Producer, season 1 of "HowStuffWorks" on Discovery. 2008.
Pitch Writer, "Human Weapon"—History Channel's 17-episode exploration of martial arts around the world. 2006.
Story Producer, season 1 of Showtime's "The Re:Evolution of Sports" produced with Red Bull and Teton Gravity Research. 2005-2006.
Pitch Writer and Field Producer, "Tools Of The Trade" on National Geographic Channel. 2005.
Pitch Writer and Field Producer, "Gearhead Gladiators" on National Geographic Channel. 2004.
Field Producer, pilot episode of "Relentless" on Oxygen. 2003.
Field Producer, pilot episode of "Final Justice" on Lifetime. 2001.
Pitch Writer, pilot episode of "Dominick Dunne's Power, Privilege and Justice" on Court TV. 2001.
Field Producer, season 1 of "The Competition" with host Terry Bradshaw on A&E. 2001.
Standing between life and death in the Tetons are the men and women of Teton County Search And Rescue.
Lead field producer for pilot episode of the hit HGTV series "Log Cabin Living." 2015.
Nat Geo Wild needed to cast difficult to find talent for new family programming. I led all writing and production to create The Wildest Town In America. 2015.
Executive producer for the 2013 Big Cat Week hit "Cougar Vs. Wolf" with Boone Smith.
Story editor and lead writer for the critically acclaimed Showtime documentary series "The Re:Evolution of Sports," produced with Teton Gravity Research and Red Bull in 2005. The Hollywood Reporter wrote, “The series happily eschews the hyperfast edits that often accompany this sort of footage, and the well-written, reined-in narration focuses on information over jargon.”