Ann Arbor, Michigan
Award winning Producer, Director, HD Shooter,and Editor.
Camera "Welcome Home" CW (2018)
Camera "Mobsteel" NBCSN (2015)
Field Producer/Camera "Drug Wars" 1 ep for Nat Geo (2015)
Additional Camera "Intervention" 2 eps for A&E (2011)
Camera "Bordertown: Loredo" for A&E (2011)
Camera "Texas Drug Wars" pilot for Discovery (2011)
DP "Stalked: Someones Watching" 3 Detroit eps for Discovery ID (2010)
Camera "Hartcore Pawn" Pilot and season One, for True TV (2010-2011)
Camera "X-Cars" Dreamfilm for Discovery Canada (2010)
Camera Tech Coordinator for season 2 of "DEA" for Spike TV (2009)
Camera "Food Wars" (Detroit ep) for The Travel Channel (2010)
Camera "Man v Food" (Detroit ep) for The Travel Channel (2009)
Camera/director for "Animal Cops: Philadelphia". (2008)
Camera and Rigger for "The Detonators" for Discovery Holland, Nigeria, Bermuda (2008).
Camera on "The First 48" in Detroit for A&E (2008-2010)
Camera/ Field Producer "Detroit SWAT" for A&E (2007)
I have been in the industry since 1992.
Kevin Leeser's Doc/Reality camera Reel
Added on 2/16/2009
About the clips...
I was responsible for shooting all of this footage excluding the clips indicated with the RED bar and the commercial "bumps".
All of the clips seen here, like Lily Tomlin, the music videos, and short films
can be seen elsewhere on my web site in their entirety
This show is aired for two seasons on Spike TV.
The crew and myself were "embedded" with Detroit's Group 14 and Newarks group 56.
In addition to hand held cameras, I had mounted several High-Def rigs on raid vehicles to maximize coverage.
None of this is a reenactment. This show was produced for A&E and aired in 2006-2007.
There really was a heavily armed and suicidal gunman barricaded inside of the target house. All vehicle mounted cameras were also my responsibilty.
Bulls of Suburbia
This award-winning documentary was shot in the USA, Mexico and Spain. I used 35mm, 16mm and DVcam. The dressing of the Matador is a very serious and nearly sacred ceremony that has very rarely been filmed.
Tales of the Storm
While volunteering in the Katrina-ravaged Gulf Coast, I found that using my camcorder and the internet helped bring this forgotten story back to people who thought that things were back to normal in Mississippi. Segments of this documentary were aired nationally on Current TV.
This is a 3Alarm Carnival original that was filmed in over eight states over eight years.
It has recently earned an Honorable Mention for audience choice award
at the 2007 Planet Ant Film Festival.
For other examples of my work please explore the rest of the site.