After guest-hosting for a number of episodes, I officially joined the Disney Film Project as a co-host in September 2013. Links to all my episodes are available below as well as links to the podcast’s website and official Twitter feed.
I worked as a research assistant on Marshall Curry’s Oscar-nominated documentary If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front.
Watch the trailer for the film below:
I write blogs for My Credit Specialist, a credit repair company in Manhattan. Check out the various different blogs I write for listed below.
http://blog.mycreditspecialist.com: Main blog for My Credit Specialist
http://mycreditspecialists.wordpress.com/: We have additional stories posted here about credit card usage, Farmville using virtual credits, and the dangers of the Kardashian’s pre-paid debit card.
http://creditrestorationservices.wordpress.com/: Another side blog for additional stories.
http://creditrestorationnyc.blogspot.com/: This blog mostly examines spending habits.
http://mycreditspecialists.blogspot.com/: This is another side blog, but so far, the articles are mainly about specialty credit cards like medical credit cards or store credit cards.
http://mycreditspecialist.blogspot.com/: This blog is almost solely feed from the main My Credit Specialist blog.
http://mycreditspecialist.wordpress.com/: This blog is almost solely feed from the main My Credit Specialist blog.
http://www.twitter.com/MyCreditSpecial: My Credit Specialist on Twitter!
http://www.youtube.com/MyCreditSpecialist: My Credit Specialist on YouTube!
I filmed and edited a series of guitar instructional videos and this interview with David Bailis, director of the P.S. 81 band workshop. The interview with David can be viewed here.
I edited this video covering the African Rainforest Conservancy’s dinner and art auction. There are speeches by ARC President Carter Coleman and NASA’s Dr. James Hansen as well as highlights from the art auction.
I edited this interview with artist Jeanette McPeek who spoke about her art and showed pictures of some of her work. To read more about Jeanette and see more of her work, click here.
Hey Joe Guitar is a music school in Manhattan which provides paid private lessons as well as private lessons for kids who normally couldn’t afford music lessons. I film concerts at P.S. 81, and I edit videos to promote their school programs to their donors and encourage donors to continue supporting the program.
Check out their website and support their school programs. Fine arts programs in the schools are vitally important. The kids get so much out of it. I know that lots of people are struggling financially right now, but if you are able, please donate to Hey Joe Guitar.