Here's my LinkedIn profile.

I directed this release video for my Eon Reality VR development team at ATEEC/EICC.

I made an AR app as a proof-of-concept for an idea about a historical tour following the life of artist Ana Mendieta. The app and website were unveiled at #DazzleCrawl.

Here are two of my YouTube channels: 
 (demo reel, music videos, animations, documentary work) and Iowa Independent (created for a journalism fellowship). I've created or managed over ten different YouTube channels. My total video views videos are approaching 1 million on-line (through YouTube, Daily Motion, Funny or Die, Vimeo, etc).

I manage Hans Breder's website and made the video for a show at Solivagant Gallery in NYC. A clipped version is featured in his 2017 NYTimes obituary ("7+7" video at bottom of page).

7 + 7 video by Hans Breder 2015 Solivagant NYC

I did audio and editing for Breder's "7+7" video which played at his 2015 Solivagant NYC show. It was linked by on June 23, 2017. (Note: This is an edited version of the 31min. video.)

I assisted at Breder's studio (known as the Liminoid Laboratory) with some of his digital paintings, audio production, videos, performances and installations.

This is my author page at Little Village magazine (Iowa City/Cedar Rapids). I started as photo editor, then became a contributing editor. During my tenure at LV, I helped double our Facebook engagement (likes and followers).

A University of Iowa journalism professor called my 2016 LV article on women's athletics:

"...the BEST thing Little Village has ever published... I’m going to recommend the piece to everyone I can."

In 2012, a documentary I worked on for Maya Media (line producer and cameras) had its national broadcast premiere on WorldChannel (PBS). I also worked on the sequel: The U-Turn (2016).

My 2011 article for MidWest Energy News on Muscatine air pollution was also picked up by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Inside Climate News, and Iowa Environmental Focus. In 2012, I was interviewed about the air pollution problem on "River to River" with Ben Kieffer on Iowa Public Radio and they played a clip from my documentary, Southend.

My award-winning video, "A Year in the Life," was reviewed in American Craft magazine for the Feb/March 2011 issue.

In 2009, a music video I directed was featured on a website as "Song of the Day" and screened at a film fest.

In 2006-08, I shot some Iowa political events for C-SPAN and eventually had over 10 hours of footage aired on "Road to the White House."

For Stylus Publishing, I created this DVD from an education textbook, "White Teachers / Diverse Classrooms."