This project was for National Geographic Society’s news division. Having produced for them for several years, we made a pitch to the senior producers to do a project on one of the most unique reptiles in the world and the challenges it faces with the changing landscape and climate in Southern Arizona. This project was filmed over several weekends, with many and tremendous thanks going to biologist Don Swann and the staff at the Saguaro National Park West in Tucson,Read more
Brucie Interrupted: A Canon USA Web Series
This project is a short, five-part web series we filmed, produced, edited, and even starred in (in Alan’s case, he’s the featured photographer in Motorsports) for Canon USA and Canon Explorer of Light Bruce Dorn. The focus for this short web series was to educate the public with some of the features in Canon’s flagship pro-sumer camera, the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. A photo from the Aces High was consequently featured in Canon’s new promotional material—including Instagram, Facebook andRead more
Mexican Grey Wolf reintroduction in Arizona
After being largely eliminated in the Southwest region of the United States, Mexican Grey Wolves have begun to thrive. But tensions are brewing with the ranching community.Read more
To a Billionth of a Meter: Go Inside a Telescope Mirror Factory
Nov. 6, 2014 – Beneath the University of Arizona football stadium sits the Steward Observatory Mirror Lab. Read more
UA to Stage a Visit From Shakespeare
UA celebrates Shakespeare’s legacy and his continued influence with a public viewing of the most comprehensive collection of his plays: the 1623 First Folio.Read more
In spring 2014, Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Earl Mitchell finished his bachelor degree after leaving the University of Arizona in 2010 to join the NFL. Read more
Veterans Basketball Camp
Every spring, the University of Arizona Veterans Affairs hosts “Guide to Personal Success: Ultimate Athletics Experience” camp. The program which gives disabled veterans from all over the United States the opportunity to train in athletics opportunities and help them learn ways to pursue higher education.
Why Are Scientists Building an ‘Ocean’ in the Middle of a Desert?
Why Are Scientists Building an ‘Ocean’ in the Middle of a Desert?Read more
This was a Facebook page I created to host messages from alumni, staff, faculty and then-current students about retiring faculty member Jay Rochlin. It was a fun project that included coordinating with alumni from as far as Guam and the Dominican Republic to put together video messages of thank you and other inspiring messages of how much Jay was appreciated for all of his great work and kindness as a human being. The project included both videos, photos, andRead more