Bracken Cave, summer home of the largest bat colony in the world.
10 months, 10 location shoots, over 10,000 miles, and one great torta!
4:35 Trailer of the PBS Documentary. The program examines playa lake’s vital role as a recharge feature of the rapidly depleting Ogallala aquifer. This documentary was shot on location in the Texas Panhandle, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. Distributed nationwide by NETA on March 28, 2022.
This is the first in a series of segments currently in production for the Texas Wildlife Association. These short web spots document the process of a prairie restoration project at their headquarters in New Braunfels, TX.
Full length (26:46) PBS Documentary. The program examines playa lake’s vital role as a recharge feature of the rapidly depleting Ogallala aquifer. It considers the ephemeral nature of playas, the critical habitat they provide for wildlife and ecosystem services. It also explores economic industry supported by the Ogallala and efforts in restore and conserve playas. Completed and aired in Midland on November 2021. Distributed nationwide by NETA on March 28, 2022.
A brief overview of my earlier career.
A segment from the Lonestar Emmy Award winning documentary I produced.
A segment I produced on tarpon research and restoration efforts. Shot in Texas and Frontera, Mexico in the state of Tabasco.