Feature-Length Television Documentaries(All as Writer, Producer, Director, Cinematographer or Videographer)
PUDDLE JUMPERS OF LANTANA: CIVIL AIR PATROL’s COASTAL PATROL 3 DURING WWII. 2007. Local pilots patrol Florida’s East Coast in search of Nazi U-Boats. Sixty minutes, for Historical Society of Palm Beach County. Broadcast on PBS (WXEL-TV), April, 2008.
THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE: 2008. A ninety minute documentary and stage musical by Avery Sommers about the history of Gospel and R&B Music told through the lives of Pearl Bailey, Dinah Washington, and Della Reese. THE EDUCATION NETWORK, February, 2008.
JONES HIGH SCHOOL: The Lives of Students, 2005, sixty minutes, Orlando PBS, CBS. The impact of FCAT on the lives of students. WORLD PEACE FILM FESTIVAL.
A CONVERSATION WITH SENATOR BOB GRAHAM, 2005, sixty minutes, Florida PBS. A retrospective of Graham’s forty years of public service, including his last days in Washington, D.C., his cattle ranch, and a surprise appearance by Jimmy Buffett. Florida P.B.S.
WHITE SPRINGS JUBILEE: Florida Folk Festival, 2004-2005, ninety minutes, Florida PBS. A celebration of music from the 54th Annual Folk Festival. Florida P.B.S. common carriage broadcast.
MIAMI BEACH WALKING TOUR: With Hunter Reno and Historian, Paul George, Ph.D. Sixty minutes, for Florida P.B.S. (WPBT-CHANNEL 2 Miami). Winner: TELLY AWARD
SENATE RACE 2000: Bill McCollum vs. Bill Nelson(2000). Sixty minutes for Florida PBS Stations. A look at the factors that shaped the lives of these two career politicians. Director of Photography, Co-Producer. Florida P.B.S. (WPBT-CHANNEL 2), Miami.
GOODNIGHT, SWEET PRINCE: A Tribute to Watson B. Duncan, III(1992), starring Monte Markham and Burt Reynolds. WXEL-CHANNEL 42, West Palm Beach. Winner: Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival/Best Broadcast Documentary, 1992.
Florida Literary, Historical and/or Environmental Mini-Docs(All as Writer, Producer, Director, Videographer)
ZORA NEALE HURSTON (Harlem Renaissance Author)
MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS Pulitzer Prize-winning author) Winner: TELLY AWARD
STETSON KENNEDY (Pre-eminent Florida Historian)
CONCHTOWN (30’s era fishing village)
INDIAN CANAL (1800 year-old canal, dug by Native Americans)
THE BATTLE OF NATURAL BRIDGE (Civil War)
CEDAR KEY’S CLAM FARMING
ST. MARK’S LIGHTHOUSE
PONCE INLET LIGHTHOUSE
JUPITER LIGHTHOUSE RESTORATION
Environmental Documentaries(All as Writer, Producer, Director, Cinematographer or Videographer)
SEASONS IN THE SWAMP: 30-minute environmental documentary on Barley Barber Swamp. Writer, Director, Cinematographer. (Winner: CINE GOLDEN EAGLE).
RUN, RIVER RUN: 30-minute documentary on Kissimmee River Restoration. Co-Director. (Winner: TELLY AWARD).
KISSIMMEE RIVER RESTORATION: 15-minute documentary follow-up on construction progress. Writer, Director, Videographer.
LIFE AND DEATH ON THE LOXAHATCHEE: One-hour documentary on the history and future of the Loxahatchee River and Trapper Nelson. Director, Co-writer, Videographer.
For More Information, please visit rock-ed.orgROGER MCGUINN, founder of THE BYRDS.
BILL PINKNEY, one of the founding members of the original DRIFTERS.
MIKE PINERA, founder,lyricist of THE BLUES IMAGE ("Ride Captain, Ride"), Guitarist, ALICE COOPER,IRON BUTTERFLY.
WAYNE COCHRAN, legendary "Blue-Eyed Soul" performer and inspiration for the Dan Ackroyd, John Belushi act, THE BLUES BROTHERS.
PETER GURALNIK, author of critically acclaimed biographies of ELVIS PRESLEY and SAM COOKE.
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