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Video Assist Operator

Ladder 49  (2004)

| USA
Directed by: Jay Russell
Cinematography by: James L. Carter

Video Assist Operator

The Recruit  (2003)

| USA
Directed by: Roger Donaldson
Cinematography by: Stuart Dryburgh
Edited by: David Rosenbloom

Video Assist Operator

Head of State  (2003)

| USA
Directed by: Chris Rock
Cinematography by: Donald E. Thorin

Grip

Red Dragon  (2002)

| Germany, USA
Directed by: Brett Ratner
Cinematography by: Dante Spinotti
Edited by: Mark Helfrich

Grip Second Unit

The Sum of All Fears  (2002)

| USA, Germany, Canada
Directed by: Phil Alden Robinson
Cinematography by: John Lindley

Electrician

Hannibal  (2001)

| USA, UK, Italy
Directed by: Ridley Scott
Cinematography by: John Mathieson
Edited by: Pietro Scalia

Electrician

Hearts in Atlantis  (2001)

| USA
Directed by: Scott Hicks
Cinematography by: Piotr Sobocinski
Edited by: Pip Karmel

Gennyman

The Contender  (2000)

| USA, Germany, UK
Directed by: Rod Lurie
Cinematography by: Denis Maloney
Edited by: Michael Jablow

Electrician

The Replacements  (2000)

| USA
Directed by: Howard Deutch
Cinematography by: Tak Fujimoto

Electrician

Random Hearts  (1999)

| USA
Directed by: Sydney Pollack
Cinematography by: Philippe Rousselot

Electrician

Arlington Road  (1999)

| USA
Directed by: Mark Pellington
Cinematography by: Bobby Bukowski
Edited by: Conrad Buff IV

Electrician

Enemy of the State  (1998)

| USA
Directed by: Tony Scott
Cinematography by: Dan Mindel
Edited by: Chris Lebenzon

Electrician

Beloved  (1998)

| USA
Directed by: Jonathan Demme
Cinematography by: Tak Fujimoto

Video Assist Operator

Most Wanted  (1997)

| USA
Directed by: David Hogan
Cinematography by: Marc Reshovsky

Grip

Twelve Monkeys  (1995)

| USA
Directed by: Terry Gilliam
Cinematography by: Roger Pratt
Edited by: Mick Audsley
Lenses:

Electrician - 2 Episodes, 1992-1993

Law & Order  (1990)

| USA

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