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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Bound By a Secret (2009)
Two lifelong friends find their lives turned upside down, when one is diagnosed with cancer.
2.
Lone Rider (2008)
A man who has served in the army for twenty years, returns to his small home town in Nevada. Once there, he discovers that his childhood friend has bought up all the local land and businesses, and is going after his family's business next.
3.
Point of Entry (2007)
Kathy Alden and her husband move into a gated community with high security after she is the victim of a crime. They make friends with a recently divorced neighbor only to learn that he isn't the man he seems to be--he's a sociopath and he's obsessed with Kathy.
4.
Governor's Wife, The (2007)
Heather McManus and her boyfriend, Judd Shaw go to live with his Ann in her mansion after Ann's second husband is shot. Heather learns that her potential mother-in-law isn't only rich and powerful, she's also mentally ill and will stop at nothing to see her plans for her son carried out. She's deter
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HELEN OF TROY (2003) as 2nd Unit Director Of Photography
Miniseries about Helen of Troy. A savage war raged around the walls of Troy for ten years over the beauty of one woman, Helen of Troy. Her father had kept Helen prisoner in her own house, terrified that other men's desire to possess Helen's goddess-like beauty would destroy his kingdom. Helen was al
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Texas Rangers (2001)
In the 1870s, on the lawless border between Texas and Mexico, the oldest law enforcement agency in America was born: the Texas Rangers, who became an enduring symbol of honor and valor. It was a time when Mexican banditos were raiding the border, Indian tribes were battling for their traditional lands and settlers were pushing west by the thousands lured by the promise of a new life. The rustic country along the Rio Grande River was in chaos as gangs raided farms and family ranches, then took refuge south of the river, beyond the reach of local sheriffs and the US Army. Only the Texas Rangers had a chance to turn the tide and bring justice back to the people. One legendary man, Leander McNelly, is chosen to lead a band of unlikely heroes- many of them young, inexperienced men -in a battle with the renegade outlaws who made the Texas frontier the most dangerous place in America.
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Keys to Tulsa (1997)
The black sheep son of a wealthy Tulsa family returns to the world he'd renounced and is forced into a blackmail scheme by his high school sweetheart's menacing husband. When he helps the only eyewitness to a murder, he gets caught in a web of revenge and redemption.
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Sioux City (1994) as Director Of Photography
A Native American doctor, adopted and raised by an affluent Jewish family from Beverly Hills, returns to his native reservation to seek out his natural mother, a Lakota tribeswoman, only to discover she's been murdered.
9.
Dakota (1988) as Director Of Photography
An emotional young ranch hand falls for the ranch owner's daughter.

Cinematography (special)

10.
Scrooge & Marley (2001)
In this retelling of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," set in the quaint fictional New England town of Winterset, Connecticut, Scrooge is an athiest and personal injury lawyer who hates Christmas. Incensed at a manger scene outside City Hall, Scoorge vows to remove it for good. The long-deceased

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

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Gone, But Not Forgotten (2006)
A female attorney is hired to defend a cold and calculating business mogul who has been accused of being a serial killer. The lawyer is convinced that her mysterious client was set up and while investigating the case uncovers other murders.
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Larry McMurtry's Streets of Laredo (1995)
The third installment in the "Lonesome Dove" saga features Woodrow F. Call, now a wizened bounty hunter, hired to track down and kill brilliant young Mexican bandit, Joey Garza.

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