I have over thirty years of experience as an Emmy-award winning director, producer, reporter and cameraman covering events in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the US for some of the most prominent networks in international news. Recent projects include an Emmy for a 60 Minutes piece with Scott Pelley on The Paris Attacks as well as a profile of France’s Marine Le Pen with Anderson Cooper. In addition to regularly working with 60 Minutes, I also Executive Produced several episodes of the Wall Street Journal’s Tech series “Moving Upstream” and produced an eight-part collaboration between the Atlantic and The PBS Newshour. Currently working on a documentary for Arte on Director John Ford .
Since 2003 when I went freelance, I've produced numerous documentaries and segments focusing on terrorism, the media, immigration and other social issues for PBS, CBS, CNN as well as for various international broadcasters including the BBC, ARTE, Channel 4 and Al Jazeera.
As a CBS News staff producer based in Paris and London in the eighties and nineties, I intensively covered many of the major news events of the last three decades including the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of communism in Romania, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, the conflicts in Bosnia, Rwanda, Somalia, Northern Ireland and Northern Iraq.
For CNN, from 1998-2003, I produced more than 200 in-depth reports for Senior Correspondent Garrick Utley including Emmy-award winning coverage in NYC before, during and after 9/11.
I am also the author of a book on 9/11 Whistleblowers and a former professional drummer. I live in Brooklyn with my family and I am an obsessive photographer.