Recovering from the last election, Lewis Miller wanted to make a difference. About once a month, a magnificent arrangement of thousands of dollars of flowers lands on the corner of a NYC Street in the trash can. A few … Read More
I wanted to create a visual portfolio that concentrated on storytelling and not just a flashy bunch of cool images cut to generic beat driven sound track. I wanted to show moments I captured from real life; not staged … Read More
It’s fun to work in your hometown and even better when you’re part of a great team the the folks at Blue Chalk Media.
Here is a series of six films I worked on over the summer for the New … Read More
The Guardian US Interactive team is famous for their clever expositions of complex problems. So I was thrilled when Gabriel Dance, the Guardian Interactive editor called and asked if I could meet him about a project. “Could we chat on the … Read More
I”ve always been blessed with work where I meet interesting, passionate and driven people. So when Brandlogic called to ask if I could shoot some videos for the rebranding of Generation Ready, a company that helps underperforming schools by coaching … Read More
I was walking off the US Air flight to a snowy Cleveland, Ohio when I spied Miki Meek, my collaborator, parked on a seat near the gate, cellphone plugged into the wall. “I’ve got one,” she said “and we … Read More
It’s time to stand up and speak out against the terrible things that are perpetrated on people in the name of health care. Here are three films I directed and shot along with Scott Anger as part of a campaign … Read More
Excerpts from five recent projects where I directed and also did the cinematography. I’d love it if you watch the full films
The full versions of these stories were edited by Linda Hattendorf (Namibia), Chad Stevens (New Orleans), Scott … Read More
New Orleans suffered devastating blows on many levels from Hurricane Katrina. But the storm gave the city the unique opportunity to start over from scratch and to try to re-imagine government and other institutions.
Five years later the Open Society … Read More
Dwayne Betts tells his story very well and what a story he’s lived.
This is my favorite story from the five videos I produced for the Open Society Foundation,U.S. Programs, Criminal Justice Fellows.
Formerly incarcerated, Betts is an author, poet … Read More