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Weaving a story about what we discover when we push beyond loss, Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements is a deeply personal memoir by Irene Taylor about a deaf boy growing up, his deaf grandfather growing old, and Ludwig van Beethoven as he went deaf and wrote his iconic sonata.

Moonlight Sonata premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2019 and is now available on HBO.


2020 Primetime Emmy Awards (Nomination) – Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking

Roles: Producer


Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue are modern day pioneers: roaming some of the world’s last remaining wild lands to create maps to help conserve these precious places. Through their project with conservationist Kris Tompkins and Conservacion Patagonica to map the new Patagonia Park in Chilean Patagonia, The Nature of Maps explores the integral role maps play in conservation, adventure and our understanding of wild places.

Official selection – 2017 Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital

Roles: Co-director cinematographer, editor



Spend a little time in Sydney and you’ll soon realize its ocean pools are a landmark at locale. They have a long history in NSW as segregated baths but now open to the public for anyone to enjoy Sydney’s waterfront. I shot this 360 virtual reality experience for The New York Time’s newly launched Australian bureau.

Roles: 360 Cinematographer



As part of the launch of the Australian bureau of The New York Times, I shot this 360 virtual reality experience of one of Sydney’s most beloved morning rituals – the daily Bold and the Beautiful swim between Manly and Shelly beaches. The swim started a decade ago when a few friends decided to make the mile-long coastal paddle and turned it into a daily event. Now, hundreds of locals start their day this way.

Role: 360 Cinematographer

VR: Night Sessions lit by Ledlenser

Partnering with Portland-based agency, The Program, this summer, I field produced, shot and edited a 360 virtual reality experience Ledlenser to showcase their new headlamp at the 2016 summer Outdoor Retailer trade show. This project required us to shoot entirely in transitional light within a very short time frame, which pushed our crew logistically. It was great to problem solve and strategize how to best show off this incredibly powerful headlamp in creative ways – we had a perfect location in Hood River’s Post Canyon and really awesome riders who were willing to push the boundaries to get the shot. We worked with a new rig – the Radiant Images Dark Corner rig, which handled the low-light and showed off the product really well. It was also great to work with a commercial client on a VR experience and see the possibilities for how this new technology can be utilized commercially.


Check out the article on National Geographic Adventure

As part of a collaboration between National Geographic Adventure and Destination Canada, Andy Maser and I were sent on assignment to Quebec City for an urban adventure in the summer of 2017. This city was a blast for a long summer weekend – the food, culture, and natural environment just outside the city is lively, exotic and yet accessible for any traveler, no matter your speed. I co-directed and shot this project with Andy. Our editor was Chris Cresci.

Roles: Co-Director, Cinematographer