During most of 2019 and 2020, I’ve been co-producer and editor for The Day’s podcast Looking for the Todt Family. I created this trailer for the show’s launch. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/looking-for-the-todt-family/id1546873523Read more "Looking for the Todt Family podcast trailer"
Every morning, Morgan the Australian cattle dog walks with Brian and Jennifer Kettledon through their neighborhood in Mystic, picking up copies of The Day from the driveways of several neighbors and delivering the newspaper to their doorsteps.Read more "Dog delivers newspapers every morning in Mystic"
I spent a few days over the summer with a team of young sailors from SailMaine preparing for their first-ever offshore race.Read more "SailMaine team prepares for Monhegan Island Race"
When schools were closed due to the cononavirus, student musicians and vocalists at Ledyard High School were preparing for several major performances. Despite now being stuck at home, they have been using technology to collaborate and share songs with each other and with the community.
Produced entirely through Zoom interviews and courtesy footage.Read more "Ledyard High School students use music to connect during school closure"
Sofia Priebe, 17, of Ledyard, was diagnosed at age 4 with Leber congenital amaurosis or LCA, a rare genetic disorder that doctors say will someday leave her completely blind. Sofia’s parents, Laura Manfre and Charles Priebe, founded a nonprofit organization – Sofia Sees Hope – to raise money for genetic research and connect other families with rare retinal diseases.Read more "Dancer’s family working toward a cure for blindness"
In 2010, the murder of a local artist – committed by six teenagers – tore apart a small New England city. In the aftermath, the city’s youth came together to stage a talent show. In the ensuing nine years, the annual New London Talent Show helped launch careers, bridged divides within the community and served as a remedy for suffering.
I was director, co-producer, editor, and composer for this film. Premiering in 2021.Read more "Those People documentary trailer #1"
Richard Pawulski of Colchester was one of four people from Connecticut who contracted eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE, from a mosquito bite last year, and is the only one who survived. He is now rehabilitating at Gaylord Specialty Healthcare in Wallingford.Read more "EEE survivor is “a phenomenal miracle”"
Fordan Bonardi of Stonington, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served in Okinawa and Vietnam, marks Veterans Day by walking 26.2 miles by himself to honor fellow veterans.Read more "Stonington veteran walks 26.2 miles each Veterans Day"
We went into the ECC Cross Country Championship thinking we’d be putting together a story about two cousins winning back-to-back titles. Instead, it was a pair of surprise winners crossing the line in first.Read more "Two surprise winners at the ECC Cross Country Championship"