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.
Moving America’s Lighthouse (2000)
One-hour PBS broadcast. Independent Production. Featuring Walter Cronkite. Narrated by Stockard Channing.
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:
WTVI contract producer (2006 – 2007) - Queens Cup Steeplechase, Take it Outside! The
US National Whitewater Center, Queen City Christmas, New South Crossroads & Fingerprints.
RAGGS Kids Club, childrens’ program – PBS (2007) Post production supervising producer
Video Network – Wachovia National Bank (1997 – present)
Producer/Writer for range of projects, inc. quarterly series, special projects, conferences, live cut-ins, live
broadcasts, Take 5 features and training videos.
1999 IABC International Gold Quill Award. 2000 IABC Regional Gold Crown Award. 2002 Summit Award.
NACDA - National Assoc. of Collegiate Directors of Athetics (2001 – present) Annual taping for Corbett Awards Video Presentation
The Hallmark Channel (2005) – Produced PSA’s featuring Dr. Maya Angelou
Do-It-Yourself Network (Rivr Media) – Producer/Writer for DIY: To The Rescue
Turner South (Tentmakers Entertainment (April 2003 – 2006) - Producer/Writer for 3-Day
Weekend and Blue Ribbon episodes.
Pathway to Healing (Independent Production - 2002) - Trauma Recovery Program, featuring
The Food Network (Scripps Productions Aug. 2001 - Present) - Producer/Writer for Food
Finds and Home Food Advantage
VideoPM Raceweek & Video Morning Raceweek (1993 – 2000) - Live Broadcast featuring music
videos, live cut-ins and feature packages for TNN (The Nashville Network).
Mastering the Maze: Taking Control of Your Health Care (1997) - Half-hour national NETA
broadcast. Client: The College of American Pathologists. Hosted by NBC News Correspondent Betty Rollin.
Cine Film Golden Eagle Film and Video Award
WIN! (1995) - Supervising Producer for nationally syndicated half-hour broadcast on TNN.
Host: NASCAR’S Rusty Wallace. Client: World Sports Enterprises.
Hoops Hysteria (1994) - One-Hour National broadcast highlighting The Final Four tourney.
Hosts: Terry Gannon/Tim Brant
Client: JP Sports
Taking the Peaceful Way (1995) - Four-part series on WTVI, showcasing local efforts to
stem the tide of crime in Charlotte communities. Hosts: Harriett Coffey/John Hancock.
Sisters Act! Celebrating Women Through Music (1994 - 1997) Annual Outdoor Music Festival,
to benefit The Shelter for Battered Women. Founder.
Don’t Tell Me No! The Muggsy Bogues Story (1993) - Half-hour home video/National program.
Client: Raycom Sports.
Production Coordinator/Consultant on:
- Fiddler’s Grove: A Celebration of Old Time Music (1994)
- Any Day Now: Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence (1992)
(AWRT award winner/CPB Gold Award – Documentary/Non-profit)
- In the Eye of the Hurricane: Women’s Stories of Reconstruction (1991)
Creative Sports, Inc. (1989 – 1993)
Coordinating Producer responsible for all taped programs and home video projects. Developed and produced three
regionally syndicated programs. Managed staff of seven.
Wrote and Produced Richard Petty: The Legend, a two volume home video.
The best-selling straight-to-home video in NASCAR history. (1992)
Jefferson-Pilot Communications/WBTV (1983 – 89) Executive Producer for Top O’ The Day.
Editor and Feature Producer for PM Magazine.
Creative Capital Professional Development Workshop (February 2007)
Reel Screen - Winner of Pitch It: The X Factor (January 2007)
Summited Gilman’s Pass - Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa (February 2006)
Board of Advisors/Guest Instructor for The Carolina School of Broadcasting
Ben & Jerry’s “Citizen Cool” - (2002)
NCCJ (National Coalition for Community and Justice)
Wildacres Writers Residency
Arts & Science Council Regional Artists’ Grant
Pro Bono involvement in community video projects:
Equality NC, Students Against Violence Everywhere, Shelter for Battered Women, Global Partners for
Development, Mecklenburg County Court System: Self-Serve Center