Currently in production: "50 Years of Folk"; The History of The Newport Folk
Festival, The Evolution of College Sports and ICInola: Building Green in New Orleans, Pamoja: Women
of the Masai.
The Spirit of Sacajawea (2006)
One-hour PBS broadcast. Independent Production.
Narrated by Tantoo Cardinal. Original score by Mary Youngblood & Jim Brock.
Bronze Telly Award, Official Selection at the Carolinas Film & Video Festival
(Greensboro, NC), George Lindsey Film Festival (Alabama), Dreamspeakers Film Festival
(Edmonton, Alberta), Gloria Film Festival (Utah), Southern Winds Film Festival in Tecumseh,
Oklahoma. Native American Film Institute (San Francisco, CA), Asheville Film Festival
Selected as the Gift by Wachovia for the Women’s Governor’s Conferences in Texas, California,
North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
Moving America’s Lighthouse (2000)
One-hour PBS broadcast. Independent Production. Featuring Walter Cronkite. Narrated by Stockard
Regional Emmy nominee. Silver Telly Award. ASC Regional Artists Grant.
Wild in Corolla (1996)
One-hour public television broadcast. Independent Production.
Narrated by Charles Kuralt.
"NC Visions" showcase on UNC-Center for Public Television. Gold Aurora Award.
The S.A.V.E. Story (1995)/Youth Voices, Grown-up Choices (2003)
Half-hour local PBS broadcast/Marketing video for the N.C. Center for the Prevention of School
Violence. Independent Production. Contracted to update in 2003.
Cable, Corporate & Home Video:
Executive Producer (2007) - Take it Outside! The US National Whitewater Center
WTVI Field Producer (2006) - Queens Cup Steeplechase
Executive Producer for NACDA - National Assoc. of Collegiate Directors
of Athletics (2001 – present) Annual taping for Corbett Awards Video Presentation
Production Assistant for Turner South (Tentmakers Entertainment (April 2003 – 2006) –3-Day Weekend and Blue Ribbon episodes.
Executive Producer; Pathway to Healing (Independent Production - 2002) - Trauma
Recovery Program, featuring David Berceli.
Volunteer; Sisters Act! Celebrating Women Through Music - (1994 - 1997) Annual Outdoor Music Festival, to benefit The Shelter for Battered Women.
The Carolina School of Broadcasting
The Carolina School of Broadcasting is nationally accredited and approved by Dept. of
Education for Federal Student Aid. CSB has been recognized as a "School of Distinction" by
ACCSCT. The curriculum; Broadcast Communications Technology; focuses on radio & television
production and new media. For more information log on to: www.csbradiotv.edu
Raycom Sports-Director of Marketing
Ft. Lauderdale Office
Kona Kai Club & Beach & Tennis Resort
Director of Marketing & Public Relations
San Diego, CA